Lilly co-owns and designs for Have Faith Swimgerie and Want My Look. Also, her Ghalichi Glam brand includes Lilly Lashes (eyelashes), Lilly Ghalichi Collection by Avitan (fine jewerly), Lilly Hair (hair extensions), and Glampagne (champagne). Love her or hate her, you have to admire Lilly’s work ethic. She may not have enjoyed her time on Shahs of Sunset, but she definitely cashed in on the exposure.
“Such an honor to wake up to a @Forbes article on me,” Lilly shared with her fans and followers on Instagram. “As a woman that has busted her ass to make it in the business world, it is a surreal moment for me. I love and thank you all for continuing to support me through my journey. Thank you @Forbes @sarahpboyd for the amazing feature.”
On last night’s episodes of Celebrity Apprentice there was Housewives drama! Brandi Glanville started her whining victim act, and Kenya Moore temporarily was able to be the cream that rises to the top. However – we know that’s all short-lived and I fully stand by my opinion that Kenya and Brandi are birds of a feather who hate together.
As always, this recap will contain spoilers, so do not read on if you don’t want to know who got fired.
There have been daily stories since Teresa Giudice entered prison last Monday to serve her fifteen month sentence. The media has been dissecting everything from what her beauty routine will be to what Joe is doing every waking moment while she’s gone. Daily Mail even has photographers basically stalking every single move of Joe and their four daughters. Outside their gate, at Gia’s cheer competition, everywhere.
Last weekend many were wondering why Teresa’s family didn’t head off to visit her at Danbury and the answer is very simple. Our source dishes on the reasons why. “Joe took Gia to her cheer competitions all weekend. Gia had competitions Saturday and Sunday. Teresa doesn’t want any disruption in their schedules to come visit her. She misses them terribly, but wants their life to be as normal as possible.”
Sometimes when I write these recaps I wish I had more time to ponder the happenings. I get myopic vision and tunnel in on certain ideas, then I read or see something else and it’s like: aha! How did I miss that? But alas, the world of blogging moves swiftly and there is no time for deep consideration about reality TV.
Oh, Love & Hip Hop! Anything for a story line, right? If this is how we’re going to play the entire season, I’m going to need Mona Scott Young to invest in some serious acting classes for Diamond Strawberry. She is far from believable. She’s anticipating (and responding) to Cisco’s baby mama drama before he can even get the words out of his mouth. Last night’s episode begins with Diamond flipping out over the news that Cisco has a six month old child with his other child’s mother when he and Diamond have “been together for two years.” He defends his baby mama to her outcries of “that ho” and “that b!tch,” but he feels horrible to upset Diamond at her own party. Diamond can’t believe this turn of events. Doesn’t he know she left her friends and family back in L.A. to make this work? By God, her daughter misses her. No one feels badly for you stupid decision to move away from your child for some cheating man, honey.
Peter Gunz is still walking a fine line between Amina Buddafly and Tara Wallace. Peter shares that he’s been tapped to be the face of a new energy drink, and they need him to fly to Trinidad for a photo shoot. I think he meant to say he was taking a family vacation to Barbados with Tara and his boys. Amina is floored that he could possibly miss the birth of their child. She is, after all, due in two weeks. Peter guarantees that he won’t miss the birth unless there’s a hurricane. He guilts her by saying that now more than ever they need the money. I wonder what’s going to happen when she finds out he’s spending money on Tara instead of making it. He feels bad lying to his wife, but a guy’s got to do what a guy’s got to do, right?
Buckle up, dolls! One of our favorite new reality shows, “Bring It!,” is back for a second season! Miss D (aka Coach Dianna Williams) and her Dancing Dolls, Kayla, Crystianna, Sunjai, and Camryn, are back and taking their elite hip-hop majorette style of dance across the country. And their moms are back for all of the dancing and drama.
In season 1 of the show, Miss D showed us how she brings it every day, both in and out of the dance studio. She is passionate about what she does with the Dancing Dolls team and her style of coaching is firm, but she doesn’t tear the girls down. Miss D brings it by trying to balance her time at home with her husband and son while dedicating a huge chunk of her time at the dance studio to “her other kids,” aka the Dancing Dolls. Miss D brings it by letting the moms know she’s in charge and that they need to stop interfering, but it’s only because she’s trying so hard to help their daughters achieve their dreams.
The reality star is expecting her first grandchild in the spring. Tamra’s son Ryan and wife Sarah Vieth are ready to welcome a baby girl named Ava…but not quite yet! Sarah is thirty-four weeks along in her pregnancy, and last week she went into preterm labor. Thankfully, Sarah and the baby are fine, but the family is on pins and needles that Ava won’t be making an early appearance.