You know, I'll say one thing about the raging feud between Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga…at least the ladies aren't petty. When they argue, their beef has actual substance which makes it a little easier to relate to and understand. I mean, if they were bickering about hospital visitation timelines give or take thirty-two hours or gym turf as if they were the Sharks and Jets, I doubt I'd be able to keep watching Real Housewives of New Jersey. I'm sure y'all feel the same! 😉
After Teresaexplained herself in her Bravo blog, Melissa gets a turn. We're all for an equal opportunity snarkfest here at RT! In her blog, Melissa explains that she can't remember her days of the week while adding that her husband's parents weren't upset about how long it took for her to visit her ICU ridden father-in-law.
I believe Melissa when she says they were happy for a visit and not concerned about when it actually happened. However, do I think she should have made her best efforts to get there sooner? Yes. I also think that Teresa beating the visitation timeline to death is as eye-roll worthy as a frazzled Melissa lying about when she actually went. But hey, at least it's entertaining! Right? It is, right…?
Not surprisingly, this week's People has dedicated its cover to the "Delivery Room Drama" surrounding America's baby. Yes, I realize Kanye West said his daughter wouldn't be America's baby, but it's just so flipping funny. Here's the thing…was it really super dramatic?
Now, I realize that giving birth prematurely is no joke, but can I just throw out a conspiracy theory that her due date may have been misconstrued? Mind you, it's not a theory I was smart enough to concoct on my own, but I jumped right onboard. Can't you just picture Kris Jenner pressuring daughter Kim Kardashian into giving the press an earlier due date? "But Kim, just think about all the attention you'll get when you go into premature labor?" In my head, the conversation takes place in the back of a limo with blacked out windows…just like this one (an oldie but a goodie, of course!). It wouldn't be the first time the family fibbed..
But again, that's my bishy, trash-loving brain talking. Obviously, regardless of her true due date, I am happy that mother and baby are healthy.
Kim DePaola returned to Real Housewives of New Jersey this season, continuing her role as resident drama starter. The scheming sidekick chats with Tom Murro about everything from getting back in the dating game to addressing those stripper rumors and more!
Kim D. broke up with her boyfriend back in September and then he passed away in November. She's been off the market for a long time and admits that she may be ready to dip her toes back in the dating pool again.
While Kim may be ready to date, she's not ready to give online dating a try just yet. She says "Nooo way! Never!" to Match.com, even thought it's been a while since she had "some". "It's been a real long time, I'm an emotional girl, I'm not a dog in heat, I need to care about the guy before that happens''
The saga of the one-hit wonder continues… Unfortunately.
In her attempt to get Kandi Burruss' 'Don't Be Tardy' lawsuit against her thrown out of court, Kim Zolciak is taking on Kandi's lawyerPhaedra Parks and asserts that Phaedra has failed to prove that Kandi has sufficient rights to the material in question. She filed a Motion To Dismiss suggesting that Kandi has no grounds to file a suit for material that she has no copyright for.
In paper's filed by Kim's legal counsel she attests that: “Nowhere in Plaintiffs’ Complaint is it asserted that Kandi Koated Entertainment, Inc. is an owner or an assignee of any copyright interest in the Composition or the Sound Recording”.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star of course believes otherwise. Kandi is not the sole party in the lawsuit so it is unclear if Kim believes none of the plaintiffs involved have rights to the copyright.
Are you all ready for the longest season ever of Big Brother? Big Brother 15 premieres in a little less than one week. This season's houseguests will endure two new weekly twists designed to shake up the game from day one.
First, three Big Brother houseguests will be nominated for eviction instead of two. More hamsters on the block most likely means more paranoia and drama surrounding nominations. So far – I like it.
Second, Big Brother fans will be asked to vote for the houseguest who they feel is playing the best game, and the winner of that vote will be declared the Big Brother MVP. The MVP will get a special power that impacts the game.
“The Big Brother MVP will force the houseguests to rethink their strategies," said Executive Producer Allison Grodner. "With America rewarding good game play, it doesn't pay to be a floater this summer."