I don’t know about y’all, but I am more than ready to put 2016 to bed and start fresh with a new year. The past year has brought a lot of bad, but it hasn’t been all bad, especially if you’re a reality television junkie like myself. In fact, as 2016 draws to a close, we can celebrate another triumph in the tumultuous year…a new baby, courtesy of everyone’s favorite dysfunctional Love & Hip Hop Atlanta couple.
Sure, the Puerto Rican princess Joseline Hernandez and her husband (are we sure they’re really married?) child support poster childStevie J. are known for bringing the drama, but now they’ve brought a new life into the world. Their daughter Bonnie Bella was born on December 28th, and in true Joseline fashion, the labor and delivery were epic events.
Erika starts off by confessing how nervous she is over the Young & the Restless part as it becomes a reality, “This week my guest role for The Young and the Restless is becoming a reality! I’m meeting with Eileen and her Executive Producer Mal at CBS Studios, and I couldn’t be more excited. I’m quite scared too, to be honest with you. The soap world is all so new to me, but that’s what life is all about, right? Having new experiences and tackling new challenges.”
Stassi admits she’s headed to Cabo with some of her castmates to be the “seventh wheel” on a couples trip, because she’s vowed to stay single for an entire year. She’s presently just ‘dating’ on many apps, which she hates.
First, Lisa talks about her fight against the Dog Meat Festival and the birth of The Vanderpump Dog Foundation, “As we first entered into the pet world creating Vanderpump Pets, we became slowly enlightened of the brutalities that transpired each year against dogs in China during the summer solstice. In an effort to draw attention to it, we marched to the Chinese embassy, we sent placards around the world, the slogan Stop Yulin Forever was plastered over many t-shirts, a resolution was formed, as we managed to garner interest and support from a congressman and hopefully pass through congress a resolution that would draw attention globally and end this barbarity once and for all.”