They're baaa–ack! And no one is more happy about it than this girl. Y'all know I think the Thompson-Shannons of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo put the "real" back in reality television. Sure, they are unhealthy, and they may not set the best example in every aspect of their lives, they are certainly much smarter than they get credit for from most viewers.
June Shannon wants to make sure her daughters never feel entitled. She's often said that this crazy ride can end just as quickly as it started, so she isn't going to change how they once lived. Now in the second season of the family's hit TLC show, she seems hell bent on continuing that trend, as evidenced on last week's first episode.
A few months ago, Sean and Catherine Guidici left that door open, saying, "Opportunities may pop up that are just great and we might feel that they're great for us as a couple." Really? Other than a televised wedding – more on that later – I doubt there's a ton of interest in past Bachelor couples. I mean, like, beyond following them on Twitter and whatnot. Judge me all you want but I'd rather watch the singles whore themselves out on Bachelor Pad.
Anyway, turns out that these opportunities which only exist in Sean's ego must not be that appealing, because Sean recently shared that he and Catherine aren't interested in more reality TV. Aww. So sad.
So apparently when you stage a sex tape and get mocked for it or when you get a DUI and claim it was the cops fault and then get laughed at, you're being bullied. And it's like sooooo, sooooo hard to be in the public eye – most very private bits and all – and have people like say stuff about you.
This is all especially difficult if your name is Farrah Abraham and taking accountability is not something you excel at. Good news delusional celebs: there is a new line of tank tops just for you!
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What did they do? Well, Aaryn and GinaMarie spewed racist comments inside the Big Brother house, and Stefan took off his shirt at a pool party featured on Princesses: Long Island. Hmm – one of these things is not like the other!
Shahs of Sunset was supposed to be all about friendships rekindling after a rocking second season of friendships falling apart. Well apparently storylines for the third season have abruptly changed!
First indicator that all was not well? MJ Javid posted a super nasty series of tweets directed at her co-stars. Not only did MJ stand behind her statements, she did not as we initially thought, delete them. Girl is not afraid to speak her mind – so props to that!
It's no secret I love the kids from Jersey Shore (some much more than others, of course). I can GTL with the best of them, except I am not a member of a gym, I tend to blind people at the beach with my pastiness, and the only one who does my laundry is me. That said, y'all have to admit that the orange crew has grown up and calmed down more than anyone ever expected. Makes me proud…
I understood when communities didn't want the drunken, brawling, slipper-wearing, Britney flashing, roid raging guidos and guidettes falling all over their boardwalks, but times have changed. They've changed. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley still enjoy time in front of MTV's cameras for their spin-off Snooki & JWoww, but now they are planning weddings and burping babies instead of planning ragers and, well, just burping.
This newfound maturity doesn't seem to matter to the community of Pelican Island, New Jersey. They don't want the show filming anywhere near them. Need a refresher? Catch up here. However, now Snooki and JWoww aren't giving up without a fight!
Remember how Jacqueline Laurita reportedly ripped off her designer discount stilettos (girl's on a budg!) and whacked Johnny The Greek (aka John Karagiorgis) on the head, giving him like 10th degree brain damage. He couldn't tweet for one whole day, y'all!