Can you believe it's December already? It's a lazy Sunday morning, which is a great time to catch up on everything you missed this week. Let's take a look back at the best news, photos, and recaps of the past week in the world of reality TV.
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 of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
That title cracks me up because it could probably be said of MANY of the Real Housewives. Today's (not so) blind item comes from Crazy Days and Nights. This is probably one of the easiest blind items ever.
"This real housewife recently went on vacation. She wants the world to think the family has plenty of money and that the luxury vacation proves it. Reality is that the vacation was paid for by a company in exchange for photos to be sold and the family is more broke than they have ever been and if not for the show would probably be living at the in-laws house."
I'm biting my tongue because this one is pretty much a no-brainer if you've been watching Twitter over the past week or so.
This has been a tough week for Bobbi Kristina! Apparently Bobbi and adopted brother/boyfriend Nick Gordon have decided to announce the end of their engagement on twitter!
"@REALbkBrown and I are not engaged or dating. Just close like we have always been," Nick tweeted. Hours later The Houstons: On Our Own star announced the couple/friends/siblings/video game partners were hanging out together.
Perhaps Bobbi wasn't aware of Nick's plans at the time, because days later she posted a couple cryptic tweets alluding to the single-girl life. Which may be a good thing for the 19-year-old! "I'm leaving , this this good ole town and driving to the send of the world . Maybe it's beautiful there (: Xxxo," she mused. "I guess it's time 4me2stop depending on anymore."
So yeah, this post is going to give me nightmares. I am totally freaked out by the paranormal. I have seen a ghost zero times…I have never had any kind of creepy encounter, but I did baby-sit for a family in college (the type of family who would NEVER believe in ghosts) who totes knew they lived in a haunted house. It was the old gallows house (the hanging tree was still in the backyard) and later a hospital during the Civil War. Their young sons would often talk of the "man in the white coat" until they got to the age where things you couldn't see didn't exist. They had countless happenings in that house that couldn't be explained by anything normal. I get chills just thinking about it, but they were such sweet kids. I hope college is treating them well. #old
Anyway, I am equal parts intrigued and terrified of ghost stories. Give me Kiss the Girls on repeat in the middle of the night with a known murderer on the loose than The Ring at 9am surrounded by puppies and friends. Weird, I know. Every now and then I like to scare myself silly with a random episode of A Haunting during the middle of the day, but those times are few and far between. Long Island Medium is about as supernatural as my television watching gets, and I'll admit I'm addicted.