Wonderful readers, please accept my sincerest apology for missing last week’s recap…I was discombobulated with the holidays. You missed what would have been a post rehashing eighty minutes of a certain someone whining more about what she swears was an innocent online relationship turned farce, topped off with four minutes of a not so shocking revelation from one of the Brown children. Last night’s Sister Wives episodes dealt with Mariah’s recent announcement, which unlike her sisters Madison and Mykelti before her, had nothing to do with an engagement. After coming out as a lesbian to Kody Brown and her moms, a huge weight seems to have lifted off of Mariah’s shoulders. Good for her! I would guess that some of Mariah’s behavior and attitude of late has been due to keeping such a big secret. Immediately, Janelle starts laughing–she was so worried Mariah was going to say she was ill. Robyn jumps up in tears of joy.
Both Robyn and Janelle embrace Mariah saying that she seems so happy to have found herself. Kody and Meri stay seated, with Meri sulking that Mariah didn’t tell her first. Christine asks how Mariah has come to this revelation. Mariah cries, revealing that she was homophobic because she was so terrified of her own feeling after hearing such negativity about the gay community from others in her religion (but not from her immediate family). As she explains her thought process to her parents, it’s refreshing to see Janelle, Christine, and Robyn with such huge grins on their faces. Janelle and Robyn are bursting with pride for Mariah. Meri is the only one yet to speak, and Mariah praises Robyn for making her feel like being gay is okay. The other wives leave, and Meri offers a hug. Kody envelopes his daughter in an embrace and tells her that he loves her unconditionally and he’s so glad she felt safe enough to come out to her family.
This weekend, with her father Joe Giudice in prison, Gia celebrated her Sweet 16 with a lavish party thrown by Teresa. Gia looked gorgeous and it seemed like a lovely party fully sponsored by a zillion different businesses and probably Bravo too. At least this party had far less drama than the time she turned 13…
On the other side of the spectrum, freed from the clutches of one felonious fool, Phaedra Parks is happily clutching her pearls while smirking the good fortune that has fallen into her lap. Or into her law office, rather, and it’s not a bomb threat this time. And Porsha Williams continues her travels backwards in maturity by sneaking her boyfriend into her mom’s house for a little late-night nookie (with Yoni balls).
You’ve got to admit, the man’s got some hustle…as he should given the massive amount of child support he owes to a former girlfriend and the fact he just had a baby with his ex Joseline Hernandez. Stevie J. isn’t exactly the poster child for respectful men, but I think that is about to change.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star has gotten his own competition show on VH1 which promotes women in the most Stevie J. way possible. Calling all cover girls, it’s time to hop aboard the Stebbie bus!
On tonight’s episode of Watch What Happens Live, Cynthia gave her two cents on Matt and Kenya‘s relationship, “Well, everything that we saw on the show is real. I just feel like the relationship has just gotten unhealthy and I want them to go their separate ways.”
The drama between Kenya Moore and Matt Jordan continues on. Kenya sits down with Cynthia Bailey and shares some of the scary text messages she has recently received from Matt. They seem to escalate in intensity after he finds out that Peter Thomas canceled his plane ticket to Charlotte, where Matt was to attend Peter’s club opening with Kenya.
So here we are, Celebrity Big Brother fans, day 4 in the house which is actually the footage of the daytime footage of the last recap.
Watergate is still weighing on the minds of the housemates. Austin is in the diary room talking about Heidi and Spencer, Stacy and Ray J are in the garden talking about Heidi and Spencer, and Heidi and Spencer are in the bedroom talking about Austin (They missed the memo).