The countdown is on – 62 days until the premiere of the Real Housewives of Potomac. Not only are we excited about new women (to love and love to hate) in new cities, but we’re also looking forward to the Real Housewives franchise getting back to basics (we’re holding you to it, Andy!).
Last week, Andy Cohen dished on what viewers should expect from the Real Housewives of Potomac and the Real Housewives of Dallas. “Both Dallas and Potomac remind me of really early Orange County and New York,” said Andy. “It reminds me of early Housewives. It’s the way they communicate. It’s about how they live their lives, and it’s about families. It’s very grounded, and it harkens back to early Housewives for me. Both of them. It’s really interesting.”
Another day, another story about the morally corruptBrooks Ayers! At the center of a firestorm of controversy, Brooks is finding himself without many allies these days – even the formerly loyal Dubrows.
Terry, Real Housewives of Orange County husband of Heather Dubrow, isn’t definitively saying whether he believes Brooks has cancer or not. But he does think he’s sick – in the head. Having “always been a supporter of Brooks,” Terry says he doesn’t “love” what’s going down recently with Brooks’ admission that he falsified medical documents.
Terry argues, “If he doesn’t have cancer, he’s sick on another level. Sick on a psychological level, and he needs help.”
After a hiatus from RHOA, Sheree is back and ready to face the Twirl. She just didn’t know she was going to face it as soon as she laid eyes on Ms. Moore! Sheree shares, “What did I just walk into? Let me start by saying that I’ve met Kenya once or twice in passing through our mutual friend. It was only a hello! I’ve never sat and had a drink with her, broke bread with her, or had a conversation with her, so of course I was completely caught off guard and just as surprised as the other girls that someone would go into attack mode after less than two minutes of being in my presence when they didn’t know me! I knew she would be intimidated by my return.”
Are you guys ready for tonight’s episode of “Selling It: In the ATL?”The new hit show on WEtv kicked off last week and for tonight’s second episode we have two exclusive clips for you!
If you’re not familiar with this latest Atlanta-based reality show, it follows a diverse group of real estate agents in Atlanta, their well-to-do clients, and of course it wouldn’t be the ATL without some drama! It’s co-executive produced by RHOA star Sheree Whitfield.
Having lost her fiance, Jeff Beitzel, to leukemia in 2008, Gretchen says she is “appalled and disgusted that anyone would lie or makeup false documents about a very serious disease that millions are fighting against for their lives everyday.”
Bravo released, “Just up the river from our nation’s capital lies a hidden gem – Potomac, Maryland. Its rolling hills, gated mansions, sophisticated prep schools, and exclusive country clubs all serve to keep the area invitation only. Sprinkled throughout this community are a handful of old-line, wealthy African-American families who have historically broken racial barriers to provide a life of privilege for their children.”
The Real Housewives of Potomac follows the lives of Robyn Dixon, Karen Huger, Gizelle Bryant, Katie Rost, Ashley Darby, and Charrisse Jackson-Jordan. “In a town where entry is granted only through class, pedigree, and lineage, how far will these ladies go to secure their spot at the top of this prestigious circle?” teased Bravo. Look below to see the cast photos/bios and watch the sneak peek trailer.
In SUR years, Katie Maloney is considered nearly retirement age, which makes her somewhat of an authority on the new blood joining this season’s cast of Vanderpump Rules! After all, she’s been through the Stassi Schroederwringer years, she’s seen Vail Bloom blow in-n-out so fast, we almost got whiplash. As for this season’s newbies, Katie is loving Faith Stowers so far, but the same can’t be said of castmate Lala Kent.
Katie shares, “Being a veteran at SUR, now-6 years and counting, I have met and trained most of the new servers. My first impression of Faith was that she was very laid back and personable. She wasn’t shy and was very candid in our conversation from the start. I knew I would get along with her.” Although Faith has limited serving experience, Katie says she doesn’t mind offering some extra support to help Faith “keep her job.”