Know what the ladies of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta need more than anything? If you guessed English lessons, that's a close second. These girls need to take a seat. Calm down. Pop a chill pill. Geez, they are so busy going after one another and looking the other way as their partners' eyes (and other body parts) wander, they never take the time to relax.
After the craziness on this week's episode between Tammy Rivera and Joseline Hernandez, Tammy is speaking out about her beef with the Puerto Rican Princess. While Tammy seems to be trying to create a non-existent storyline (I guess she didn't get the memo that the show is scripted, so Mona will happily write her one!), she does have some valid points about Joseline's shenanigans!
It seems like Joe Giudice should just resign himself to spending a looooong, looooong time behind bars! Besides awaiting sentencing for his federal fraud case, Joe still has not settled his case in New Jersey for identity fraud! Aaaaahhh…. the felonious Fraudices.
NorthJersey.com reports that Joe spent his day in his home away from home on Monday – a NJ courtroom – for a "status hearing" as he and lawyers attempted to iron out a last-minute plea bargain. Joe has a pre-trial date set for July 14.
I have many fond memories of Alfred E. Neuman, as I'm sure all of you do, but this upcoming August issue of Mad Magazine is going to be the be-all-end-all in Mad madness. Not only are they spoofing the reality wedding of the century with a cover that recently debuted on Access Hollywood Live, but Reality Tea has the hilarious exclusive on an inside feature: Reality TV Rejection Letters.
The Bachelor rejection letter spoof starts off – "After a thorough background check that included talking to your former employers and ex-boyfriends and researching your criminal record, we came to the conclusion that you were simply too well-adjusted for "The Bachelor: Season 18." Nice try – but there's crazy and then there's "Bachelor" crazy. What we're looking for is someone who – cries hysterically at diaper commercials, sews bridesmaid dresses for her cats…"
I can't wait to read the rest of these! Although, I'd buy the issue just so I can put that Kimye cover on my office wall!
In Monday's episode we got to meet Lizzie's sister, saw her tour Shannon Beador's spectacular home before a make-up lesson and have a play date with Heather Dubrow.
During the play date — which started off kind of funny with Lizzie's son throwing a tantrum — Lizzie asked Heather for advice on what to do about Vicki Gunvalson, who if you have not been watching is kind of bullying Lizzie. Forgetting that they have met, calling her by the wrong name and making somewhat racist statements about her heritage.
"Yuck" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Aviva Drescher's octogenarian perverted father George. I'm sure I am not alone in this feeling. Which is why I'm also sure that I was also not alone in my shock upon discovering George's much-younger girlfriend Cody, who also accepted his proposal last week on Real Housewives of New York.
I could only assume this was a storyline, but in a new blogAviva insists that her father's relationship with Cody is absolutely real and they are in fact planning a wedding. Does Cody perhaps need a lobotomy?
"I am so thrilled for my father and Cody because they are happy. Cody is lovely, smart, and mature. My kids love her and as I write this, my father and Cody are returning from Europe. They are both consenting adults and love is love," Aviva writes in defense of George's choices.
"Our latest crop of development is all about connecting Bravo viewers with who they definitely must know and what they absolutely cannot live without," sharedBravo's SVP of Development Lara Spotts. "From a glimpse inside a luxury ski resort to a curation of what is new and what is next, Bravo has its finger on the pulse of the latest trends for our viewers to keep up at the water cooler."
Patti Stanger is one of three executive producers behind Family Love, which follows Lisa Galos and her unconventional family of matchmakers, including her beautiful single daughter, gay son, ex-husband, and even her ex-husband’s former mistress. Family Love follows Lisa and her offbeat family as they set up singles (and probably not-so-single since Bravo's involved) in Chicago.
Like her or love her, no one can deny that Teresa Giudice has had one helluva an interesting life! Between her felonious husband, to her feuding family, to her experiences on Real Housewives of New Jersey, to raising Milania! to her own experiences as a soon-to-be-con, she's lived through it.
Sources say Teresa, a savvy business woman despite her pre-school vocabulary, is "working furiously" to write a shocking tell-all about her scandalous life! “She’s been approached and offered big money for her tell-all," a source reveals to Radar Online. "There are a lot of publishers who want to get her locked down and make sure they have the book in-house.”