Apparently Adrienne has continued her vengeance proximity to Lisa Vanderpump by deciding to open a new restaurant on mere streets away from Lisa's Villa Blanca. Is she hiring Bernie to fry up some scandalous accusations?
Adrienne has also been butchering Lisa's business; declaring her new venture a "10" while dismissing Lisa's well-established restaurant as "a disaster" and rating it a "2." Adrienne is even turning it into a competition with Lisa according to TMZ, telling associates she is going to "kick her ass!"
We really don't care about anything else happening in LuAnn de Lesseps' life but the news that she is releasing another SONG!!!! As if the last two were such huge successes!
LuAnn recently chatted with The Examiner to discuss what's been happening since Real Housewives of New York ended and oh yes… she revealed that she is working on new music. YES!!!! I mean No… I mean, this is horrible. Oh, but think of the snark. Oh the snark!
LuAnn's 2013 goals definitely include more "singing" she says. "I’m actually looking forward to singing again…I’ve put it on the back burner, but I really do miss it…but I want to do something else, maybe not dance."
And if you want to remember what LuAnn's last attempt at "singing" was, please take a scroll down below for LuAnn's C'est La Vie music video. Oh, the memories!
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star showed off her new look with her Twitter followers – a trim, complete with highlights and wispy bangs. "Glam party with @makeupmatthew and Peter Savic cut me some bangs!"
What do you think? Do you like Kourt with lighter hair and a little bang? It might be harder for Kourtney to do her sleeked back look she loves so dearly.
Until Sheree got wind of it and took her to court! Unfortunately for Miss She by SheBroke, not only did the judge essentially throw her pleas out of court deciding she was NOT being stalked, but we learned it was confirmed that she is not even the owner of Chateau Sheetrock and Sticks.
I make my living railing on the Kardashians, but I've never really thought about what it means to be associated with them. Case in point–Lamar Odom has been in court this week hashing out issues with his ex-wife about their children regarding visitation and child support.
More than that, it's weird to see Lamar's ex Liza Morales be in the thick of all things media related just because she happens to have kids with someone who has now married into the fame hungry family. Although Liza doesn't strike me as someone who is bothered by the attention! I'm happy to report that Khloe has yet to weigh in on the legal beef her husband is facing. What? A Kardashian isn't kashing in on drama surrounding her family? I knew I liked Khloe for a reason!
Last week's Dance Moms was emotionally draining for Abby Lee Miller given the loss of her dog. This week it was nice to get back to the petty drama…especially if said drama includes Abby speed-dating and Jill getting thrown under the bus after trying to claw daughter Kendall's way into Abby's good graces. Jill, watch seasons past and learn. There is a definite protocol to being Abby's pet, and it's called being named "Maddie".
When the episode begins, Abby is glad that her girls won their most recent competition, but she's quick to remind them that it isn't their best performance. She rails on Chloe for deviating from the choreography in the group number. She unveils the pyramid, and Paige is on the bottom for being good but not great. Apparently she didn't dance with her face. Kendall joins her because she faded into the woodwork. Jill isn't happy with Abby's choice. Brooke rounds out the bottom for being the oldest who isn't standing out as a leader among the group. Nia is on the second rung…third on the pyramid to coincide with her third overall finish. Holly is proud. MacKenzie joins her. Not surprisingly, Maddie has found herself back on top yet again. This garners an eyeroll from Jill. Chloe doesn't even make the pyramid, and Christi bites her tongue.
This week, the troupe is heading to New Jersey. MacKenzie is still out of the group dance. Abby is bringing in a boy to compete with the girls. MacKenzie and Maddie both get solos. Kendall and Nia are granted a duet. I love seeing Nia getting some well-deserved props. Abby introduces Nick as the boy lead, and all his counterparts are squealing with excitement. Brooke will be the female lead. Aww, I see a prom date in their future! In the dance, Brooke is dying and Maddie is her daughter. Abby hopes that Maddie's facial expressions will carry the number. It's like a Les Mis situation minus the French Revolution. In the veiwing room, Christi waxes poetic about their girls finding their first love. That conversation quickly turns to introducing Abby to speed dating. This is going to be a great episode! Operation Find A Man For Abby commences. Jill wants to find a man for Abby in hopes of furthering Kendall's dance career.
As always, it's two hours of engaging video recaps, heartfelt bachelorette retells, and passionate audience reactions all centered around Sean Lowe. Errr, when I say engaging, heartfelt, and passionate, I really mean repetitive, catty, and obnoxious.
Eighteen of Sean's rejected bachelorettes – Diana Willardson, Ashley Palenkas, Brooke Burchette, Daniella McBride, Amanda Meyer, Jackie Parr, Kacie Boguskie, Leslie Hughes, Kristy Kaminski, Taryn Daniels, Katie Levans, Robyn Howard, Sarah Herron, Selma Alameri, Lesley Murphy, AshLee Frazier, Tierra LiCausi, and Desiree Hartsock – show up for the event.