Famewhore puppetmaster AndyCohen (who may or may not be taking over the world in a devious plot to inundate society with faux-blonde, surgically altered, fembots who'd do anything for their 15 minutes) recently did an interview where he talked all things Housewives.
Andy continued to insist the Housewives franchise wouldn't be adding any locations – at least not at the present time – and dished on why some ladies break-out into spinoff territory.
"Well, I mean, I always say 'Never say never,'" the WatchWhatHappensLive host tells TheWrap about extending the Housewives map. "But, I think we're pretty good and I still do think we are pretty good. I mean, we've got six going and it's great."
Cosmo: What are we going to see you doing on your new show?
Ryan Lochte: My biggest passion is swimming but it’s a sport that doesn’t really get talked about until the Olympics, unlike baseball, football, and basketball, which are on TV all the time. That’s one of the reasons I wanted to do this show. I want people to enjoy the sport as much as I do. My whole family swims! You can pretty much say chlorine runs in our veins.
The new shows include The Lylas, Pregnant & Dating, and The Ruckers: Southern Royals.
The Lylas (pictured above) follows an up-and-coming pop group (of the same name) as they move from Hawaii to LA in search of their big break. The ladies – Tiara, Tahiti, Presley, and Jaime – are the sisters of singer-songwriter Bruno Mars.
Things that make us go ewwww! Rumor has it thatLeAnn Rimes isn't satisfied with snatching Brandi Glanville's husband, now she has her sights on Brandi's reality TV career, too.
Reports have surfaced that LeAnn and Eddie Cibrian are hoping to land their own reality "docu-series", centered on their lives together.
Want to bet it'll revolve around LeAnn trying to conceive and start her own family? She's mentioned that she wants to have a baby with Eddie and Brandi has admitted to hoping LeAnn becomes a mom so that that she'll learn some boundaries as a stepmom.
Courtney hasn't been shy about her desire for a reality TV show since making headlines more than two years ago by marrying Doug Hutchison, 51, when she was just sixteen. And now it seems that Courtney may get her wish, as the now-eighteen year old has just wrapped filming a potential new series with none other than Bobby Trendy.
Bobby and Courtney celebrated the completion of the reality pilot with a dinner at Micellis in Studio City. Word is that Relativity Productions is already shopping it around.
No hint yet what the show might be about, so let's make some guesses below!
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If you turn on the Style Network at any given time of the day, chances are you're going to see Kimora Lee Simmons sharing her fashion tips during the commercial breaks. The model, actress, fashion designer, and author (she wrote Fabulosity: What It Is And How To Get It) is known just as much for her high profile relationships as she is for her multiple business ventures. Married and divorced from fashion and music mogul Russell Simmons (the pair has two tween daughters), Kimora recently separated from her latest beau Dijimon Hounsou with whom she has a three-year-old-son.
Kimora showcased her life on the reality series Kimora: Life In The Fab Lane which aired on Style and featured her family and business as she ran Phat Fashions. Now that she and Dijimon have split–they never legally married in the United States but did participate in a traditional ceremony–Kimora is dishing on the importance of putting children first and focusing on the positive.