To tell or not to tell? To reveal a deeply humiliating personal secret on Real Housewives Of New York or to be forced into having a deeply humiliating personal secret revealed about yourself? These are the quandaries a lady of Bravo faces as Luann de Lesseps was made to reconcile with both the ghosts of her past and the ghost of her future thanks to a so-called benevolent Bethenny Frankel.
Bethenny is beside herself that Luann has the audacity to be so outrageously happy over a man she’s known for two minutes. Which is sort of hilarious considering that Bethenny got knocked up approximately 5 days after meeting Jason Hoppy then shoved him down the aisle 5 months later!
Love her or hate her, Bethenny Frankel‘s been a major source of contention, controversy, and conversation since her return to the show that made her famous. So is she enjoying her renewed stint on reality TV? When asked if she would be back for another season of the Real Housewives of New York, Bethenny seems like she’s made up her mind: “You might not see me back.”
Bethenny claims the RHONY reunion was the proverbial straw that broke the Skinny Girl’s back, noting that “something very dramatic” happened during filming. Since then, Bethenny has taken a step back from her costars, and from the show.
Dorinda Medley has a lot of explaining to do, and she takes the opportunity to do so in her blog this week.
It’s a long one, folks! So we’re breaking down the highlights of Dorinda’s very complicated take on Miami, including her admiration of Jules Wainstein for “finding her voice,” and a warning that the sh*t is about to hit the fan with Bethenny Frankel and Luann De Lesseps! (Yes, Dorinda, we already have our hazmat suits zipped up.)
Sonja Morgan and Teresa Giudice were Andy Cohen’s guests tonight on WWHL and both Housewives dished on their co-stars and more. Sonja (looking more fabulous than ever!) revealed that she and Bethenny Frankelare all good now and explained her views on everything from Tom to Ramona and more. Teresa shared why she refers to her prison stint as “camp” and why it’s okay for Andy to ask questions that other interviewers can’t. She also answers questions about saving her home from foreclosure.
Jill Zarin has mellowed out and found her zen. Seriously. Jill has a sanguine new attitude about her time on Real Housewives Of New York, and accepts that life, relationships, and reality TV move on. “I do love it,” Jill says of the show, “and I know it’s so bad for me! It’s like smoking, you wanna to smoke, but you can’t because you know it’s bad for you!”
Although she’s quick to point out that when it comes to RHONY drama – past and present – “You know what they say: All roads lead back to Jill Zarin!” Touché!