It’s only the third episode of Little Women: NY and the brawls, they are a’brewin’. Last night, Jordanna James rounds up a few of the ladies (and Jason Perez, because…why not?) to join her in a burlesque show she’s producing,Lila Call gets back into the dating scene, and Jazmin Lang confronts her fears (mainly in the form of sister-in-law Dawn Lang) about becoming a little person performer. Misty Irwin also sacrificially offers up her boyfriend, Joe, on the altar of parental approval.
We open up at lunch with Jordanna asking Kristin Zettlemoyer, Jason and Jazmin to perform in a burlesque show she’s putting on a week from now. She cold opens with the very serious question, “Can you twerk?” Her burlesque group, called Sass n’ Betties, is a group of bada$$ women, says Jordanna, who don’t tailor their choreography to work specifically with little people. So she expects the girls – and Jason – to step up. Jordanna also reminds us repeatedly that she’s a Broadway performer (little NeNe?) so she’s got expectations, yo! Jazmin is concerned with transitioning from business school to performer, and she’s already got the heat on her from sister-in-law Dawn who thinks little people performers drag the entire world of little people back into the dark ages. Besides being cast as an elf, Dawn doesn’t see much of a future in it. Dawn’s brother – Jazmin’s husband – is supportive of her performing dreams, though. So Jazmin agrees to debut her, uh, talents in Jordanna’s show. The group raises their glasses to Jazmin’s new adventure.
Lisa Vanderpump is tired of lies and nonsense on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, but she is most tired of those who act like the cameras shouldn’t capture behaviors they don’t like and their co-stars shouldn’t have an opinion on those behaviors. Reflecting on the denial and deflection of certain co-stars, Lisa is fed up – especially as her husband Ken Todd recovers from surgery for a second hip replacement! What is Ken doing with those hips – something must happen more than twice a year Miss. Lisa!
As Lisa points out, the premise of a reality show is to let the public (and the other cast members) into your life, so if you have something to hide or don’t want others involved you should probably eschew the public eye. Ahem, Kim Richards!!
We have an all new gallery of reality star sightings for you today! The cast of Real Housewives of New York were out and about promoting their seventh season while DWTS pro Sharna Burgess did some bendy moves for a magazine and many more!
“I see offensive line man, Lisa V waiting to hurl her thought-out scripted attacks regardless of whether they fit at all into our conversation, Lisa R exhaustively trying to change every topic (whether it was about her or not) to her own addiction about anything to do with addiction, Eileen trying to fake a pass by laying her earned reputation on me, and cowardly Kyle waiting to piggyback any tackle,” blogged Brandi. “Kim and I were obviously playing defense. Only I was really over it at this point.”
Kenya and Phaedra finally managed to find some resolution to the drama that spurned from Apollo Nida and the case of what may or may not have been an inappropriate relationship (and texting), but definitely featured some inappropriate flirting and some seriously venomous insults on both sides! All in all it was a cesspool of regrettable actions that needed to be cleansed!
Whether or not Kenya and Phaedra will ever be BFF (or even acquaintances), both ladies are relieved to have talked, sincerely opened-up, and feel at peace with what transpired in the Philippines.
Skinnygirl Bethenny Frankel is back and she is happy to be here. In her first blog of the season, she dishes on her return to The Real Housewives of New York and her promise to stay honest and blunt and keep a sense of humor about the wild ride she’s been on.
She starts off, “I am so thrilled to be back on The Real Housewives of New York City. I never thought I would say those words, because I really was ready to leave when I did. I do believe you need to know when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em, and I needed to make an exit at that time.”
Dr. Terry Dubrow has come a long way since being a Househusband! Along with the second season of his hit plastic surgery show Botched premiere next week, which Terry describes as even more intense than last season, he is debuting a new skin care line in the hopes that fewer people will resort to plastic surgery for anti-aging measures.
Terry, who co-stars with another former Mr. Housewife, Dr. Paul Nassif, shares that for season 2 the doctors had an overwhelming amount of applicants needing reconstructive plastic surgery.
“Last season we only had 500 or 600 applicants for surgery. This time we had 6,000,” says Terry. Yowzers – there are a lot of people getting bad work out there!