"Things are getting a little petty," says Jackie. "These wounds are still open and no one appears to care for a remedy of healing. Constructive debates and resolve are nowhere in sight. There is constant salt throwing (shade). Salt in an open wound burns! We are wired to respond to burns. This is a prescription for another slap-slap!!! Although I sure hope this never happens again."
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With Newlyweds: The First Year, Bravo goes where no network has gone before – deep inside the lives of four newlywed couples and documents their most personal moments over the course of 365 days.
Partnering with Emmy Award-Winning and Oscar-nominated documentarian Lauren Lazin, Newlyweds: The First Year chronicles all of the trials and tribulations that arise as a newlywed. With issues ranging from fertility struggles and merging of finances to major cultural differences and family drama, which of these couples will survive the first year of marriage?
You know, I always thought Dance Moms was totally scripted, but it seems that the disdain the mothers and Abby Lee Miller share for one another is very real. Unless Abby is acting in her everyday life, she really can't stomach Kelly and Christie…and Kathy for that matter!
At a Master Class featuring Abby in Philadelphia, some of Abby's girls perform before Abby teaches a conference room full of hopefuls. After the session ends, the reality star takes questions from the group. She leaves nothing out when dishing about the show, the network, and the dynamics of cast. Lucky for us, one of the young dancers in attendance captured the entire Q & A on her cell phone and posted the video to YouTube. I'll be curious to see how long it stays up on the site!
Our favorite reality TV stars can't get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Sex tapes… drug busts… what would MTV's resident therapist say?
Well, when that "therapist" is Dr. Drew Pinsky, not a whole lot. Dr. Drew's reaction to the deplorable choices made by Farrah Abraham and Jenelle Evans as of late comes across as less "Woah! Let's get these girls some help!" and more "Woe is me! Nobody listens to me!"
“If she would have called me for advice, I would have told her not to do this," Dr. Drew said about Farrah's sex tape. “But she is not my patient, she is not my kid."
Defending Kim Kardashian, whose changing figure is constantly critiqued (I think people are questioning fashion choices more than anything!) while appearing on the The Rickey Smiley Morning Show, Phaedra reminded people, "You’re not supposed to be skinny and pregnant.”
"I’m a regular-sized woman. I’m all-natural. All this, God gave me, I grew it. And I mean, everybody’s not made to be skinny, everybody’s not made to be fat. So you gotta be happy [with] the skin you’re in. I’m advertising what’s real,” Phaedra added.
I was suspect given that she seemed to be trying to create buzz for her new career change, and it turns out Brenda will not be joining the cast!
Despite Brenda's publicist gushing that she is "the embodiment of the Beverly Hills housewife. She’s upscale, sophisticated and devoted to her family. Her model looks don’t hurt the situation," RumorFix reports that Brenda will not be appearing on RHOBH. And way to nip that in the bud in 3 seconds flat!