Lizzie admitted she likes Meghan because she’s strong-willed – “It takes a lot to take on Vicki,” said Lizzie. – and stands up for herself.
“However, I think this is a very sensitive subject,” added Lizzie. “We are talking about a life threatening illness and the love of Vicki‘s life, Brooks. I don’t have someone in my immediate life battling cancer, so I don’t know how I would personally react if someone wanted to tell me how I should be treating cancer. I understand that there are alternative ways to treat cancer – and there are very individualized treatment plans out there. I can see how it would be personal.”
As for the pro dancers, one of my favorite Dancing with the Stars pros, Anna Trebunskaya, is back. Unfortunately, she has been paired with Gary Busey. Why can’t I have nice things?!? Also disappointing, Peta Murgatroyd is out for the season due to an ankle injury. Peta was supposed to dance with “Honey I’m Good” singer Andy Grammer. He’ll dance with Allison Holker instead. Check out the complete list below and let us know if you plan to watch.
About Heather Dubrow‘s luncheon, Vicki shared, “I’m sad and sorry that I lost my temper, yelled at Meghan and left early. I don’t like yelling, I don’t like being sad, and I don’t like conflict. I took time out of my day to go see Heather’s home in hopes to have a nice ladies day. Instead, I left crying and sad which is never what you want to do. When Meghan called me ‘old’ at the lunch table, I was shocked. I am 53 years old. I believe with age comes wisdom, knowledge, and a lot of life lessons.”
In addition to the VMAs, the Teen Mom 2 star hit up the beach, Buca di Beppo, and the Playboy morning show. Jenelle shared pictures of her every move on Instagram, including one of her and her mom, Barbara Evans, enjoying drinks on the beach. “We are both kid free for once in our life!” said Jenelle. “Cheers!”
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles returns this week. Bravo teases, “In season eight, Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, James Harris, and David Parnes return to a market completely transformed by skyrocketing prices and inventory at an all-time low. This ‘seller’s paradise’ is a realtor’s nightmare as outrageous demands force the agents to get wildly creative and even more cutthroat. Luckily, a slew of wealthy international buyers have flooded the market and celebrities are on the prowl for bigger, hotter, and more exclusive properties and the sky’s the limit on the price tag.” The season premiere of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is followed by the season finale of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco.
Take a look at the listings and let us know what you plan to watch.