The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, her husband Mauricio Umansky, and her daughters Farrah Aldjufrie, Sophia Umansky, and Portia Umansky were all in Boston to watch Alexia get her diploma from Emerson College.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Happy Tuesday! We have an all-new group of reality star photos to share with you this afternoon!
The caption on this photo was just so good that I had to include it here. “Real Life Princess, Carole Radziwill Takes The First Ride In Dunkin Donuts Royal Carriage In Celebration Of The New Royal Love Donut In New York City on May 14, 2018 in New York City.” How lucky is RHONY to have a “real life princess”?
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss attended Exhibit Gray in Atlanta while her new reality TV cohort Marlo Hampton was seen at a Prom Giveaway at W Hotel Atlanta Midtown, as well as attending the Tammy Rivera EP Release Party for “FATE” at Dazzle Me Parties.
No one loves sharing photos as much as a proud mom. That’s why it’s not at all surprising that most of your favorite reality TV stars shared photos from Mother’s Day. Some of them are moms and others just spent time with their own mothers. Did you even celebrate Mother’s Day if you didn’t post about it on Instagram? Apparently not.
Southern Charm star Cameran Eubanks celebrated her first Mother’s Day by rocking matching dresses with her daughter Palmer. Vanderpump Rules cast member James Kennedy enjoyed a Mother’s Day brunch with his family at Villa Blanca. Scheana Marie’s ex Rob Valletta shared a selfie with his mom. Maybe he even hung up a TV for her in under seven minutes as a Mother’s Day gift.
Condolences are in order for reality TV star Lisa Vanderpump. Her brother Mark passed away in England on April 3- reportedly of a drug overdose.
It is so tough to follow the changing dynamics on reality TV shows. Cast members go from best friends to enemies in the matter of an episode. Not only that, but these shows are usually filmed months before the episodes actually air. Thankfully we have social media to help keep us up to date on who is getting along these days.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Brandi Glanville shared a photo of her son with Kim Richards. She even referred to Kim as “Auntie Kim,” so it’s clear that these two are still very close. If only they both would return to the show to save us from another boring season.
Normally I’m sad when a Real Housewives season comes to an end. That is not how I feel about Season 8 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills wrapping up. It was easily the most boring, least enjoyable, and overall worst season in the show’s history.
Essentially nothing happened, but they still managed to drag out the reunion into three different episodes. Now, we are so close to putting that dismal season behind us.
During her first season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika Girardi and her alter ego Erika Jayne became instant fan favorites. The viewers could not help being intrigued by her double life as a lawyer’s wife during the day and a club singer at night. Then the line between Erika Girardi and Erika Jayne started to blur and she was accused of being “cold” by Lisa Vanderpump, Dorit Kemsley, and plenty of viewers.
She didn’t wear panties during one episode and it became the focal point of her second season and she went toe to toe with “villain” Dorit. For the most part, the fandom sided with Erika, but her third season was a whole different situation. She snapped at new girl Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave after she accused Erika of having “pretend amnesia,” but it wasn’t the first time the fans saw Erika lose her cool. She unleashed on close friend Eileen Davidson in Hong Kong for no reason. Short story long, Erika definitely lost her universal appeal with the fandom. So what does this mean for her future on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Is she done with the show?
Last night was part 3 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion. Which means this season of interminable squabbles about protocol and etiquette at the queen’s court of public opinion, an unintentional farce from the court jester, is over. Thank you Dorit Kemsley for your tragicomic contributions to Reality TV – we salute you with a beer stein filled with cheap champagne.
So last night the ladies of Beverly Hills trotted out their plethora of headache-inducing shiny dresses for the last time to bicker over such impotent social slights as who talks about themselves the most (the answer: always and forever Kyle Richards) and the definition of a liar. For the record, I really dislike recapping reunions. It’s like following a verbal tennis game and I always want to activate closed captioning on my TV to catch all the shady little barbs, except I don’t actually know how to turn that on. Maybe that’s a good thing?