Yolanda Hadid is like 90% well, but there’s still a part of her that hasn’t completely recovered from Lyme Disease. No, never that! But perhaps with this latest procedure, she’s finally solved her medical mysteries?
Yolanda has been in Switzerland completing the final stage in her Lyme journey with a long-awaited “cavitation surgery,” which is some sort of addition to her previous mercury removing dental surgery. She shared the above photo of the procedure.
Right from the jump, Erika Girardi and her alter ego Erika Jayne were beyond intriguing to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers. From the much older husband to the fact that she has an alter ego and everything in between, Erika is always entertaining. Erika will share her life stories in a new memoir- published under stage name of course, so we know it’s going to be outrageous.
Even though the book is done, the Erika fans will have to wait until January 2018 to get their hands on it. In the mean time, Erika shares what we can expect from the memoir.
Last week, Eileen announced her departure from the show, and well, at least Andy will miss her. “I love Eileen!” he exclaimed. But with Eileen leaving, “that means there is space for a new Housewife doesn’t it?” And that means a new direction for RHOBH. Fresh… um… birkin blood or something?
Everyone had a bit of an inkling after Camille Grammershared this photo from a filming weekend in Vegas and Eileen was nowhere to be seen. She took to social media to announce her departure and to explain why she came to that decision.
Dean and Brandi talked about their recent reality show My Kitchen Rules, and reconnected on Brandi’s Unfiltered podcast. Brandi introduced Dean as her “ex-costar” and he jokes, “I don’t wanna ever be one of your exes!” Brandi agrees, “Listen – I don’t blame you, but I think you would make a better ex than my actual exes. I’m friends with all of my exes except for my ex-husband.”
Reminiscing about My Kitchen Rules, they admit to bickering constantly about everything – even Dean’s appearance. “There were moments,” agreed Dean, “but I was never not on your side.”