Brandi Glanville and Wendy Williams are set to host the “World’s Largest Bachelorette Party” in Las Vegas this weekend. Whose bright idea was this?!?! I mean, the venue and the open bar are right up Brandi’s alley, but I don’t think I’d want her anywhere near impressionable brides-to-be.
As we know, all too well, Brandi‘s marriage to Eddie Cibrian didn’t end well.
Fast forward five years… the vitriolic Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said she believes Mr. Right is out there, but she doesn’t see marriage in her future. “I don’t plan on getting marriage again,” she declared. “But I do welcome meeting the man that will make me change my mind about that.”
Married to Medicine‘s season finale attracted 1.917 million fans, which is a whopping 1.1 million MORE viewers than last week. Leading into the reunion specials, the season two average is 1.76 million. While I think it’s obvious that Married to Medicine cannot stand on its own (the numbers plummeted both times RHOA didn’t air in front of it), I think Bravo will grant it a third season.
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To promote the new episodes, Kail and Leah have shared details about their individual struggles. The bottom line is, Kail is forever miserable and impossible to please, and Leah is worried about the enormous medical bills stemming from her daughter’s illness.
Farrah Abraham has been talking about opening a restaurant for years now. We have heard it all… she’s a foodie, she’s a culinary school graduate, she’s opening Asian and Italian fusion restaurant in Florida, and she’s opening a non-alcoholic drinks and donuts joint in Texas. The list goes on and on and on.
About her latest idea, Farrah recently shared, “It is my own concept. It’s about having fresh and frozen cuisines and foods at this restaurant.” Lo and behold, the Teen Mom star and Couples Therapy train wreck has finally brought one of her non-porn ideas to life! Thank you, porn money!
Froco Fresh Frozen is set to open October 1 in Austin, Texas. But, it sounds like its primary focus is self-serve “frozen” yogurt and “fresh” toppings, which is hardly an original idea. Froco’s messy website boasts, “The Froco lifestyle is about spreading positivity and passion to others and always keepin’ it poppin’.”