Welcome, y’all! It’s your daily dose of Kardashianasty! For those of you who actually expected Khloe Kardashian to shy away from the small screen after bowing out of Khloe and Lamar, think again. HollywoodLife.com is reporting that Khloe would like to try a different television genre. A family insider tells the site, “Khloe wants her own talk show. She had been working on different ideas for a show and Kris [Jenner] was the one who originally came up with the idea.” Wait, what? Pimpmomager Kris wants her daughter to be a talk show host? Well knock me over with a feather, I’m shocked!
It was a happy weekend for one former Bad Girls Club cast member! Natalie Nunn tied the knot on Saturday with her fiance Jacob Payne – all of it captured for another reality TV show.
Natalie’sroad to the altar will be featured on an upcoming episode of WE TV’s Bridezillas. Natalie tells Radar Online that viewers will see she’s no Bridezilla – all of the drama was brought on by family and her diva bridesmaids.
We receive a lot of emails each week asking if we can help identify a particular piece of jewelry, clothing, and/or decor featured on our favorite reality shows. Sometimes we’re able to help, but not always. So, rather than reply with a “sorry, no clue!”, we thought we’d turn to you, our oh-so-resourceful readers! You guys are the best when it comes to sleuthing, so let’s see if you can help two of your fellow readers this week!
Our favorite reality TV stars can’t get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Above: when RHOBH, RHONJ, and RHOC collide! Gretchen Rossi shared this shot on her Twitter account: “Thanks for the fun night girls @melissagorga @kylerichards18 @lisavanderpump”
Naomi Campbell is going to give Tyra Banks a run for her money. The supermodel is starring in her own reality modeling competition on Oxygen! Naomi will be one of three coaches on the new show “The Face”.
Naomi will be one of the three coaches that lead contestants through as they battle on and off the runway to be a national spokesperson. Scouting and picking aspiring models from all over the world, Campbell and the other two coaches, as yet unnamed, will mentor a team through the rigors of the modeling industries. The winner of The Face will become the face of a major brand, also as yet unnamed.
Naomi is excited about the project and I have to admit, so am I. I’ve always wondered what she was really like (aside from all those cell phone beatdowns and blood diamond scandals) – and now we’ll get an inside look.
Around the World in 80 Plates is set to premiere on May 9th and it looks like the show is going to bring a fun new twist on the cooking competitions of the past. The show’s hosts, Curtis Stone and Cat Cora , chatted with Reality Tea and a few other sites, giving us an inside peek at the upcoming craziness!
The show looks like Amazing Race and Top Chef rolled in some Housewives-style drama! Curtis and Cat confirm that the claws come out.
Curtis Stone: “It was pretty much a love/hate relationship right there.”
Cat Cora: “Oh yeah, definitely. I mean, we definitely witnessed it. I think from the very beginning when it was down to the first elimination. These chefs wanted to be in a competition. They were chosen. They wanted to move on. And they absolutely were going to fight for that role and that position. And I think they, from day one – obviously it gets a little more tense as it goes along and – or a lot more tense I should say. So yeah, we definitely witnessed some strategy and definitely some people fighting for it.”
Curtis Stone: “Which is interestingly representative of how the culinary world actually works. Because in a lot of ways for these guys it was like doing a (stagiaire) which is, you know, the French term given to a short period of time that you work in somebody else’s kitchen to gain a little bit of experience and knowledge. And they got to do this in a bunch of different countries around the world. What you’re really doing when you’re in a kitchen is of course you’re working as a team and you’re supporting that team as much as you possibly can. But the reality is you really are competing for the next position. If you’re a line cook as we call it in America, and you want to climb that ladder or that brigade that, you know, is so hierarchical in a kitchen then you have to outperform them. So you do have to compete and there are little games played in everyday kitchen life. So I think that it’s really a fascinating take on that.”
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