Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
I fully expect Big Brother to bring back a few (if not all) veteran players next summer. This season's much anticipated all new cast sucked. That said it's hardly been the "worst season ever" as far as ratings go. Big Brother 15 is averaging 7.29 million viewers and viewership is up 11% over last summer.
We may never fully understand how Josh managed such a feat - a sentence which included "I" and "Do" – but Mackenzie recently took to Twitter to explain why she chose to have a second baby at such a young age.
Jenelle Evans needs a hobby that doesn't involve the backseat of a cop car.
In case you missed it, Jenelle's latest boyfriend, Nathan Griffith, was hauled off to jail Saturday morning for DUI, driving on a suspended license, speeding in a reduced speed zone, driving on the wrong side of the road, disobeying a police officer, and resisting arrest.
New details have emerged about Nathan's arrest. Two words: taser and vomit.
Mackenzie opens the show, reminding us that she's still just a junior in high school. Homework is not a priority but prom is right around the corner. Woot! Mackenzie asks Josh McKee if he wants to go with her, and as always, he "doesn't care." Good talk, Josh. Good. Talk. Mackenzie squeals with delight.
Next Mackenzie shops for a prom dress with zero dollars (and fiance Josh is currently unemployed). Perhaps she should work on that homework a bit more. Math question: Mackenzie has $0. Pretty prom dresses cost $200. How many prom dresses can Mackenzie buy? Show your work.
The last time we gave out this award, it went to Reza's Shahs of Sunset co-star, Lilly Ghalichi. Coincidence? Um, no. They're both inane egomaniacs.
In Lilly's case, she got stopped earlier this year for tweeting and driving. "I just got pulled over for tweeting and driving," tweeted Lilly. "But Officer Kashani let me go because he loves Shahs! Yay! Best cop ever!" Ugh – hardly remorseful.
In Reza's case, he appeared in traffic court last week for texting and driving. Reza's day in court started on a high note, which he bragged about on Twitter, but the day did not end well. Oh, poor Reza Joon, said no judge ever.
Style released the sneak peek video of the Bonnie Blossman and Whitney Whatley focused Big Rich Texas spinoff yesterday. The video's label – Big Rich Texas season 4 premiere – confused fans on Twitter. Too funny – I was so excited to see the clip, I didn't even notice the stinking label.
"Technically, we are still Big Rich Texas, but with our spinoff show that is our version of season 4," explained Bonnie. "Our family is the focus, primarily surrounding Whit's pregnancy, and it's six episodes long. No drama, mostly comedy. MUCH more lighthearted and fun filming with family and friends."