Marisaannounced on twitter that she is designing an affordable line based on old Hollywood glam and channeling the Victorian era and the 1940's. Some photos of the upcoming line are below. No word on what she's calling it yet!
Hold onto your wine glasses because a bigger trainwreck than Jenelle Evans is headed your way. Yes, Jenelle's idol Ke$ha just announced that she will be unveiling a new "docu-series" (fancy way of saying reality show) about her life on MTV.
Oh goody – Jenelle and Ke$ha will be co-stars, well kinda. They'll be sharing a network at least. Cue the comparisons for who is a bigger mess starting: now!
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life will chronicle her journey from noname mess to household name (and symbol) mess. SheKnows reports that each 30 minute episode will feature a portion of Ke$ha's rise from wannabe popstar to superstar and is produced by her brother, an award-winning filmmaker named Lagan Sebert.
According to Lilly's friend Neama, Lilly needs to ditch the bikinis and be a lawyer if she ever wants to get married. Neama told Lilly "it's time to grow up" and "this is beneath you" and "nobody wants a Persian wife who designs bikinis." While the exchange initially left Lilly feeling confused, Lilly's blog reveals she definitely won't be practicing law anytime soon.
On last night's "Betty White's Off Their Rockers" NeNe, as well as some of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ladies, joked around with the veteran funny lady in a show that had seniors pranking the younger generation. Who doesn't adore Betty White? Meanwhile, Kenya took major offense to Phaedra's accusations of being bipolar…and I don't blame her. Mental illness isn't something to throw around all willy-nilly…it's a serious topic, and Kenya has clearly been learning all about it on WebMD so she has the proper ammunition against her co-star in their Booty Battle.
Let's start with something light though, shall we?
Much speculation has always centered around how exactly the seemingly wealthy, yet eternally loafish and meandering Mr. Disick gets paid. And no Kris Jenner doesn't cut him checks to knock Kourtney up – at least not that we know of! And we know runing a restaurant didn't exactly work out…
In a new interview Scott reveals that he is a man of many talents – and industries! "I’m sure a lot of people have no idea what it is that I do," he readily admits.
Oh good lord, after two seasons of the same exact nonsense – and even the same exact feuds – on Real Housewives of New Jersery, Bravo isn't bothering to change the storyline on one of it's biggest cashcows. Please let the ratings suck. I swear this feud is fake and only generated for ratings.
RadarOnline is reporting that Kim D is behind some more drama this season when her jewelry party proved to be the stomping ground for some Gorga sibling nonsense! Of course Kim D has a jewelry line (Why?!) and of course Kim D is behind the set-up of inviting both Poison Gorga andTeresa Giudice to the same event. Does Kim get a producer credit? She must be a mole who doubles as both a player and producer, amirite?
I mean why would Kim D invite supposed enemyMelissa Gorga if not for the express purpose of creating a toxic venue perfect for squabbling. #transparent Most people outgrow bickering with their siblings – apparently NOT the Gorgas! Can we get Super Nanny involved?
Let's revel in how horrid and scripted last night's Dance Moms was, shall we? If I didn't love these precious little talented girls so much, I'd be kicking Abby Lee Miller and her momtourage to the curb…and out of my DVR season pass! I do agree with one thing Abby said in her recent interview–viewers need to be treated to more dancing and less drama (Abby's hateful shenanigans included!).
Abby receives a phone call from a judge at last week's competition in Greensboro. There was an error in scoring, and Maddie and Kendall's Sugar and Spice solo was actually supposed to get second place, not the top prize they were awarded. Abby seems to salivate at the mouth over this news, as it validates her argument that Kendall screwed up her part. We all know what second place is, right? Say it with me, folks…first losers!
Abby goes into pyramid with the smuggest of smug looks on her face. She tells her dancers that she was unimpressed by all of their dancing regardless of how well they place. Abby takes great pleasure in sharing the mathematical error that caused Sugar and Spice to take first place when they were really supposed to be first loser. She goes after Kendall and wonders if she thinks she's as good as Sophia…guess what, she's not. Wait, who is Sophia again? Oh yeah, that little girl that danced once and hasn't been back for two episodes. A dear Chloe consoles her tearful friend who finds herself back at the very bottom of the pyramid. Joining Kendall at the bottom is Maddie. Abby explains that if her duet partner falters, she falls with her. Nia is also on the bottom for an "okay job." Paige and Chloe make up the second tier. Paige moves up for placing in the top five, and Chloe joins her for exceling in the group number. An excited MacKenzie is at the top of the pyramid, and she has earned her spot back in the group number. A very present Brooke is still nowhere to be found in Abby's hierarchy.