Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills is returning, and they’re ready to turn the page to a new chapter! A chapter that reads as everything is bigger and better in the BH: the boob jobs, the bickering, the houses, and the vacations! But best of all – the drama!
It’s finally the weekend, and that means a new gallery of reality TV stars social media pics. The oh so thirsty Landon Clements shared the picture above on Instagram. Landon added “#fishbra #savethetatas” to the post.
When asked what’s going on in her love life, Kenya “confesses” that Matt is 16 years younger than her. She says he’s “6’7″, chocolate, and full of muscles.” Adding, “He’s about 16 years younger than me. So there is quite an age difference, but he’s wonderful. He’s kind, he’s sweet, he’s intelligent. And he loves me.”
Happy Halloween weekend! The reality stars are already starting to celebrate! Teresa Giudice and Dolores Catania hit the town together last night, attending the Fresco Da Franco Halloween Ball at Fresco Restaurant in Montclair, NJ.
We have a few blasts from reality shows past, too! Whitney Port (winner for worst dressed, I think!), Paris Hilton, Aviva Drescher, Kelly Bensimon, former Princesses Long Island star Chanel Omari and others.
Phaedra shared that Mr. President, who is now 3 years old, had some issues last Halloween and decided that this year he wanted a totally unique costume so nobody else can copy it! “Last year Mr. President, my baby, had a Halloween meltdown so this year he said he’s going as a plant. He said ‘no one will have my costume if I’m just a plant’.”
On helping out with the renovation of her Atlanta home: “I found this shell of a house. Dilapidated, it was about to fall over, but the bones were good and it was a modern home, which is less than 1% in Atlanta, so I bought it right away. I began this extensive renovation. I mean, I had no plumbing, no lighting, nothing in there. So I basically built it from the ground up. I even did things with my own hands, like my fireplaces. There’s a lot of love that went into the home and a lot of work.”