Our favorite reality TV stars cannot 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!
Bruce is reportedly being seduced with a multi-million dollar tell-all deal which will blow the lid off the Keeping Up With The Kardashians empire and expose all the dastardly deeds of pimpmama KJ. But before all that he's signed onto play a Kris-esque character in The Hungover Games! The movie is a spoof of blockbuster hits The Hunger Games and The Hangover and Bruce will play the part of a futuristic sports announcer alongside Hank Baskett.
I would be concerned about Bruce's acting ability but he's been acting like he loves Kris for years, so… Anyway, you can catch a trailer of the of the film below. In it Bruce wears a wig that mocks his wife's idiosyncratic hairstyle and some atrocious lipstick that is probably Kroma Beauty!
As Bravo continues to try and capitalize on the Sex And The City theme, they're pummeling us with a new show about 30+ single gal Courtney Kerr.
Courtney, previously on the show Most Eligible Dallas, scored her own single lady reality show with Courtney Loves Dallas. The fashion blogger behind the successful What Courtney Wore (a platform she launched following her breakout stardom on her round one reality show) confesses that dating in your thirties sucks. Sometimes. But she also talks following your heart with your career as well, and it turns out both are super scary!
“The scariest part about giving up a stable retail job for my fashion blog is that at 30 years old, you ask yourself, ‘Is that the wisest thing to make a career change?’” Courtneydished to Life & Style.
Brandi took to YouTube to share early apologies and advance warning about her behavior over the next several episodes of season three. She shared a video this week, trying to explain her actions and hope that we'll find it in our hearts to forgive her when it's over. She is upfront that it's going to show her in a bad light and that editing is to blame for some of it, but the rest is all on her and she's owning it.