Please know that I don't take any allegations of domestic abuse lightly. It's serious and scary stuff, and no one deserves it, even if they've thrown plates and wine bottles at their co-stars. NO ONE should be in that position (including the co-star who was the target of the bottle!). I'm coming from a place of personal knowledge, so I do know that sometimes (not always) it takes two people to fight. However, when one party gets physical, all bets are off and it's not pretty. Plus, no matter what kind of crap one party can spew, words will never beat fists…which is why the fact that paper beats rock still baffles me to this day!
That said, whatever opinions I had of Evelyn (and, as you can imagine, they weren't pleasant) before the domestic abuse claims were thrown out the window once Chad admitted to wrongdoing. Both of them need help. However, it seems that instead of working on themselves, they both choose to let their drama play out on Twitter. Because that's okay. I have so much to say, but I'll refrain because I don't want to appear to be apathetic. They both need to hermit and keep their business out of the media. I hope that statement was PC enough!
Jeff begins by ruthlessly teasing Jenni about her breast size and asking if she's lactating. A shot gun wedding-not! Jenni knows he will only get worse until the wedding is over. The more irritated she gets, the more he needles her. Jenni tries to distract him by giving him his tasks for the wedding weekend. Jeff feels like she's become one of his clients.
We're taken back to four years ago when Jenni was married to her first husband Chris who also worked for Jeff. Zoila informed Jeff that Chris would lock himself in Jeff's office when Jeff was gone, so he installed cameras. Jeff discovered that Chris was going through his files and talking to other women. He was forced to tell Jenni what he'd learned and she was devastated. He feels responsible for her divorce, but he always knew she'd find a much better guy.
The Posche Fashion Show may have been over a year ago, but for Bravo it's the gift that keeps on giving! In the latest crazy story to emerge about the night from hell, a Real Housewives of New Jersey producer reveals that neighbors called the cops because there was such a ruckus!
I'm sure you all remember the screaming fight between Poison Gorga and Kim D. Remember – he accused her of being a "coke whore" and she rebutted: "I play with the big boys!" (which I'm inclined to believe – lady has some serious dirt, drama does fall into her lap after all). This all happened outside the venue.
Well, RHONJ producer Sezin Cavusoglushared with Wetpaint that local residents were so annoyed by all the noise and carrying on they called local authorities. "You see cops on the scene later on in this episode, and this is around the time when they started arriving,” she shared.
Apparently, the stars of Teen Mom want to accomplish as much as they can before they're of legal drinking age. One Teen Mom 2 star will have three college degrees babies before 21, one Teen Mom star has undergone three plastic surgeries, and one Teen Mom 2 star has logged three (to the tenth power) acts of volunteerism breakups and reconciliations before 21.
Leah confirmed the US Weekly story via facebook and tweeted:
"THANKS SOOO MUCH EVERYONE! #PositiveTweets makes this momma soooo happy!!! @Calvert505 are in such a good place! Love all of you!"
"Being a teen mom was difficult, but I'm older and in a different place now — married to Jeremy and excited for our family to grow," Leah said. "We feel incredibly blessed and look forward to this next chapter in our lives." Oh, Leah, why the rush? You might be "older" but you are still only 20.
Next, this week's In Touch cover revealed (more) plastic surgery for a different Teen Mom star.
I know you all still believe in the power of the Bachelor and Bachelorette franchise to find true love, given as it's happened so often! There are countless examples of how couples have come together, forever, thanks to fairy tale romance, a booze-infused mansion, Chris Harrison, and no hint of the real world. Works every time!
The most recent couple to find a match made in heaven is Emily Maynard and Jef Holm. Oh, who am I kidding? If they can't even bother to keep up the charade, why should I try? These shows are ridiculous, yet I cannot turn away. I am obsessed…and even though some insiders are spilling some of the shows' secrets (and by secrets, I mean exactly what you thought producers were doing behind the scenes), I will still be glued to my television when Emily looks for love for the ninth time.