Ramona Singer was out and about in NYC this weekend. The Real Housewives of New York star stopped by the “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” Gala Reception and was also photographed at the 2017 Women’s Entrepreneurship Day at The United Nations.
Sonja Morgan attended an event in celebration of the life of Lee Mellis at 21 Club on in New York City.
Unfortunately, reality TV shows do not bless us viewers with new episodes every single week. Thank god for social media to fill in the gaps between seasons or just to give the fans a glimpse of what was happening behind the scenes to provide us with some additional content. This week’s Instagram Roundup of reality star photos does not disappoint.
I’m not going to lie, I’ve read a lot of books “written” by the Real Housewives. In all honesty, I’ll consume just about any Bravo-related content, but I’m beyond excited for Erika Jayne’s first memoir.
She was introduced to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsladies as Erika Girardi, the wife of a lawyer thirty years older than she is, but we soon found out about her pop star alter ego Erika Jayne and fell in love with her. Even so, we don’t know that much about there. She has a carefully crafted persona and has remained a mystery for these past two seasons. The reality star announced that she had a book in the works this past July and now she has an official release date.
Changes are in the salty, sparkly Beverly Hills air – Eileen Davidson is out (and it doesn’t even look like she makes a cameo?), and it’s confirmed that Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave is stepping into Eileen’s tall blonde heels. The fitness coach and married mom of 2 is also the daughter of John Mellencamp, and is not at all shy about flexing her guns!
Lisa Vanderpump shared on Instagram about the gala: “Still reeling from our @VanderpumpDogs Gala. What an incredibly meaningful and memorable night, where friends, family and activists came together with one goal- to create a better world for dogs.”
As the sole remaining original cast member on Real Housewives of New Jersey, it’s only natural that the Teresa Giudice we “met” during the first season is a lot different than the lady we are currently watching during Season 8. Aside from that iconic table flip, Teresa has been known for keeping her personal feelings private, slapping on a happy face, and acting like everything is all right even when it very clearly isn’t.
I’m all for this new Teresa. She’s zen when she needs to be, she throws objects to entertain us, and she is finally open about her resentment toward her husband Joe Giudice after her prison stint.