While Tony was fully prepared to end up in the middle of the pack for this season's eliminations, he says that after he started working with NeNe he believes they could go far. But it's going to take relying on NeNe's personality to get there!
"We know athletes have an advantage but I feel like personality takes you a long way," Tony explained. "As long as we can show NeNe’s personality in a positive way, we can have her connect with the audience at home.”
Her public denial is a good thing because Teodoro's actual girlfriend hasn't been too thrilled with the gossip surrounding her beau and Porsha. The dictator's son has been seeing Castle star Tamala Jones. The actress even took to Twitter to vent her frustrations about the whole debacle, and now Porsha is trying to clear up things on her end as well!
Months after breaking up with longtime love Jacques Azoulay, Luann has been dating, but now she's ready for a commitment again! "Maybe I need to do a dating show for myself so I can find Mr. Right," LuAnn joked to AmNY. How about asking theMillionaire Matchmaker to hook her up?
Moving on, Real Housewives of New York is promising a seriously outrageous season with galore. "I'm taking a different role," Ramona Singerinsisted at the amNewYork party thrown by Sonja Morgan. Ramona said her strategy was to convince everyone to look worse and "show themselves" and by proxy she would look better. "They're even more craycray than me," she bragged.
Courtney Stodden hit up L.A.'s Style Fashion Week shows last night. The girl is still struggling to find style and fashion.
We held out hope after she recently dyed her hair dark and wore a whole outfit, even. She was looking like a cleaned up version of her former self. But, alas, she's back to the white blonde over-processed mess and shoving her too-large-for-any-body boobs into a tight dress. We do give Courtney kudos for the dress – it's actually NOT see-through, but rather a nude colored panel under the black lace. So, two points awarded to Courtney for that. And the fact that it's long enough to cover her cooter for once, she gets two more points.
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I know, I know. Like you, I thought we'd (kind of) heard the last of Jon & Kate Plus 8 stars Jon Gosselin and ex-wife Kate. Sure, they'd appear every once in a while with a complaint or a new haircut, but, for the most part, they had left the building.
Enter VH1's Couples Therapy. With that one reality television gem that sensationalized Jon's "journey" post-divorce, the most dysfunctional family of eight was once again thrust down our throats like a bad corn dog. I'll be honest…I'd been Team Jon because I believed he'd intentionally dropped off our radar in an effort to be a "normal, hard-working dad," but in all actuality, he's just as much a fame whore as his ridiculous ex. Thanks, TLC. That was a can of worms that should have never been opened!
So I'm really trying to make sense of Aviva Drescher. Like really. I initially thought she was a breath of fresh air on her first season of Real Housewives of New York. And then her dad arrived…as did her phobias (and no judgment on the phobias…I have my own compound of them). The next thing I knew she was slinging around the phrase "white trash" about Ramona Singer and Sonja "Sexy J" Morgan. While she wasn't quite wrong, I think you'll agree that her delivery fell very short. It was awkward. And awful. It was what reality television should be if you want to cringe a lot.
Imagine my surprise (our collective surprise) when she arrives for her sophomore season kissing more a$$ than I ever thought possible. She hated Ramona. That's fine. Own it! But her constant "you look fabulous, can we try to be friends?" coupled with "your hair is just so white, I love it!" (as a fan of the blonde bleach, let me assure you that white hair is never a compliment unless you're a Golden Girl). Now, Aviva, who does have the luxury of knowing how the season transpires, has decided to play the victim. She's like a gargoyle…and that's not me making that comparison…it's her! What the—?