Brandi Glanville and Snooki (aka Nicole Polizzi) have podcasts on PodcastOne and this week Brandi was a guest on Snooki’s. Brandi dished on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion – and the shocking twist we’ll see during part 3 next week, and also shared who’d she vote off the show if she could.
Snooki starts off by telling Brandi that she kind of felt bad for her off and on this season because there was a lot of drama for her. How does she deal with it? “You know, it’s hard because it’s not like we’re acting, as you know – you’ve been on reality TV. You don’t get judged as an actress, you get judged as a human being. It’s really hard because they don’t see everything. You only see six minutes of what they shoot per person and there’s so much more that happens that you can’t explain because you’re not allowed to. So, I swear there’s a reason I did that, but you can’t tell everyone. Social media is crazy with haters.”
It’s game time in Melbourne this week! Most of the Real Housewives of Melbourne ladies gather at the big AFL game and have champs to catch up. Chyka Keebaugh’s company is behind the scenes running the catering and event planning which looks fantastic.
Everyone is dressed to impress – sans Jackie Gillies and Gina Liano, the ladies look really great! I don’t see too much glitter from anyone with the exception of Pettifleur Berenger . I’m having a real hard time understanding her style. I think she walked in with sparkly blue jeggings on or maybe it was sparkly doilies glues on the sides of jeggings, I couldn’t tell. Pettifleur’s style is um, kinda tacky. Gamble Breaux is rocking some serious two-tone hair and I have to say, with minimal make-up and her hair completely straightened – she looks fierce. Then she opens her mouth. Herein lies the problem. Lydia declines champs and Gamble blurts out the question if she’s pregnant. Oh man. Lydia is incredibly offended and sort of laughs it off. At least Gamble recognizes in her interview that was a poor choice of words.
Say what you will about Whitney Sudler-Smith (I certainly do!), but regardless of how sinister he’s coming across on the second season of Southern Charm, he’s pretty funny (even if we’re sometimes laughing at him and not with him). I think there is a lot about his life that we don’t get to see on the show. Whitney is clearly a talented film maker, so the silver spoon that seems constantly lodged in his mouth can’t be a permanent fixture. He has to work hard. We all know he’s the creator of my guiltiest Bravo pleasure and is a producer of the series.
Given that fact, Whitney has to know how he’s being portrayed…heck, he’s likely writing his own script! It’s a bit intriguing (and dare I say, endearing?) that he’d poke enough fun at himself to be the requisite villain. Y’all know I stalk them at any opportunity (I have a few grainy cellphone pics of a white jean clad Whitney waiting at a crosswalk…restraining order, what?), and I’ve been known to approach members of the cast when I see them around town. The one time I fan-girled Whitney, Shep Rose, and Cameran Eubanks at lunch (off season–they truly are friends), all were incredibly kind and cordial, but Whitney struck me as sincere and genuinely nice. Plus, we all know that “reality” these days means scripted stories where the stars use their real names!
Kyle Richards has been under siege as she faces an arsenal of meanness from Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville – and not even a Chanel shield can protect her!
Throughout the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion Kyle confronted issues with Kim and reveals the two sisters are no closer to a resolution but she is hurt by Kim’s dismissal of their relationship and disgusted by Brandi’s constant deflections and lies. Kyle states that writing this blog was a struggle as she floundered to comprehend all that has happened and where she and Kim can even go from here.
“So much has happened between Kim and me,” Kyle describes. “Usually at the reunion, you hope to be able to have some resolution by the end. Clearly that wasn’t going to be happening with us. Kim’s comment about being happy just as things are in our relationship was hurtful.”
It’s only the third episode of Little Women: NY and the brawls, they are a’brewin’. Last night, Jordanna James rounds up a few of the ladies (and Jason Perez, because…why not?) to join her in a burlesque show she’s producing,Lila Call gets back into the dating scene, and Jazmin Lang confronts her fears (mainly in the form of sister-in-law Dawn Lang) about becoming a little person performer. Misty Irwin also sacrificially offers up her boyfriend, Joe, on the altar of parental approval.
We open up at lunch with Jordanna asking Kristin Zettlemoyer, Jason and Jazmin to perform in a burlesque show she’s putting on a week from now. She cold opens with the very serious question, “Can you twerk?” Her burlesque group, called Sass n’ Betties, is a group of bada$$ women, says Jordanna, who don’t tailor their choreography to work specifically with little people. So she expects the girls – and Jason – to step up. Jordanna also reminds us repeatedly that she’s a Broadway performer (little NeNe?) so she’s got expectations, yo! Jazmin is concerned with transitioning from business school to performer, and she’s already got the heat on her from sister-in-law Dawn who thinks little people performers drag the entire world of little people back into the dark ages. Besides being cast as an elf, Dawn doesn’t see much of a future in it. Dawn’s brother – Jazmin’s husband – is supportive of her performing dreams, though. So Jazmin agrees to debut her, uh, talents in Jordanna’s show. The group raises their glasses to Jazmin’s new adventure.
Lisa Vanderpump is tired of lies and nonsense on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, but she is most tired of those who act like the cameras shouldn’t capture behaviors they don’t like and their co-stars shouldn’t have an opinion on those behaviors. Reflecting on the denial and deflection of certain co-stars, Lisa is fed up – especially as her husband Ken Todd recovers from surgery for a second hip replacement! What is Ken doing with those hips – something must happen more than twice a year Miss. Lisa! 😉
As Lisa points out, the premise of a reality show is to let the public (and the other cast members) into your life, so if you have something to hide or don’t want others involved you should probably eschew the public eye. Ahem, Kim Richards!!