The rumor mill has been buzzing for months and plenty of sources claimed that the whole "Bruce getting a pad in Malibu for space" storyline was total B.S. and it turns out it was! The Keeping up with the Kardashianscouple released a joint statement this afternoon confirming they are no longer together.
If you never thought the day would come when Melissa Gorga dropped the victim act; well you're wrong!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star took to twitter to admit that maybe, just maybe the nonsense with Teresa Giudice is so over. Oh yeah – and that possibly she also has something to do with the problems in their relationship. I kid you not – THIS REALLY HAPPENED!
I'm not judging you for being any other kind of hoe except for the famehoe kind. Please and kindly seek help for your addiction to attention and we'll forget about all the other unsavory antics you've pulled.
That's not gonna happen right? Anyway, Farrah has gone from Teen Mom reject, star of a now defunct reality show, to sexytimes maven who considers herself something of an expert. She recently appeared on The Doctors to talk about her sex toy line modeled off her lady parts, sex tapes, and how her new business ventures will affect Sophia's childhood.
The former reality TV queen has been off the radar for far too long as she hides out doing rich girl things and learns to DJ and works on new music. Paris collaborated with Lil Wayne on her newest single "Good Time" and just released the music video for it.
If there's anyone who can ease my Kardashian suffering, it's Paris. Oh I've missed her so (and never thought I'd utter those words!). And I mean that. Paris was a permanent fixture on the paparazzi radar and in the media, but nowadays she's barely seen anymore. She just pops up here and there at events and has continued on with her life..doing her thing and never taking herself super seriously. Unlike those certain other reality starlets who just don't give us a minute of rest before the next story, photo, or famewhore move pops up online. Kudos to Paris for knowing when to step back.
Hmm..how long has it been since Paris and Nicole Richie graced our screen? (God how I wanted that pink truck!) I vote for a Simple Life reunion special of sorts. Just for old times' sake.
Melissa Gorga's new modus operandi seems to be a different day, a different recollection, a different excuse! Recently her book Love Italian Style came under fire for promoting some not so fabulous advice.
Melissa sat down with Vh1's The Buzz to discuss the show and her latest attempt to get attention book;claiming she wanted "controversy" to get people talking about the book. Likening herself to Miley Cyrus, Melissa brags, "She wanted controversy, her plan worked!" So, is that stuff what Melissa actually does in her marriage or she just wanted to sell books? Just. stop. tawking.
That's hot cool. I don't even know what I'm allowed to say anymore. With all these celebrities reality stars trademarking things left and right. Now, the Real Housewives of New York are jumping on the bandwagon.
Ramona Singer, LuAnn deLesseps, and Jill (remembah me?) Zarin have all trademarked their names, as well as some more interesting ideas. What's next? I'll have to drop a dollar in the tip jar every time I type out Pinot Singer? Will I actually have to spend money to buy class?
Last night on The Real Housewives of Miami, Adriana de Moura turned off her co-stars by sending out her wedding invitations via email. And not just any old E-vite…one with detailed instructions on what to wear, what not to wear and an inspiration board to get them started!
Adriana took to her Bravo blog to defend her wedding decisions, "Welcome to the 21st century! Yes, I had an Evite for my wedding, because we all live on our computers, tablets, smart phones, etc. Who needs a printed invite when nobody cares about that anymore? Besides we need to save trees and think of our impact on the environment as well." Fellow Real Housewife NeNe Leakes apparently agrees with her, as she did the same thing.
Still together, the engaged couple has settled into a "normal" life in Dallas now that the reality TV offers have dried up. Sean and Catherine are hoping one more offer will roll in though – a free televised wedding of course!
"We've always said our relationship started on TV, so we may as well solidify it on TV," saidSean. "Hopefully we'll have a date sometime soon."
Sean continued, "A free wedding is always a good thing. You can create the wedding of your dream – all her dreams – then you don't have to sit back and worry about the budget and freak out about stuff like that."