Luann de Lesseps will let no one rain on her happiness! Recovering from a rough season of Real Housewives Of New York, Luann is still in love and moving forward, but it has changed her relationships with some of her co-stars.
Luann declared Season 8 to be her least favorite and most difficult season. “It was uncomfortable,” she explained. “Even though I got engaged.”
I haven’t seen a lot on Instagram so far (and believe me, I’ve been looking), but Kenya has revealed that she splurged for an automated toilet. Don’t get me wrong, I’m certainly intrigued, but it seems like such a random purchase. There are so many other things a person could buy to make their house seem cool.
Jacqueline claims she “can’t remember” the last episode, adding, “So I’m just going to share my thoughts on Melissa Gorga because…why not?” She says Melissa is a “two-faced trouble making RAT!” who lies. A lot. “The list is a mile long. It’s insane. I will save some of her lies in my back pocket for a later time.”
On last night’s Little Women: LA, Christy McGinity Gibel rolled the dice… and lost again. In an effort to extend a virtually rotten olive branch, Christy invited the ladies to a Casino Night. She also suspiciously invited surprise guests to the event, including Little Women: NYhenchman defender, Dawn Lang. But her passive-aggressive (emphasis on the aggressive) tactics, which included revealing her head injury medical records within the invitation, didn’t do much to win friends and influence enemies. Christy was, as ever, her very own worst enemy.
Meanwhile, Terra Jole and Joe Gnoffo are still on the baby name hamster wheel. She firmly wants D’Artanyan, although they’ve already agreed on Grayson. Joe concedes that – FINE! – they can add D’Artanyan to Grayson’s middle name. Terra stops whining, and concludes that she’ll be calling this kid D’Artanyan whenever she feels like it. Hmmmmph!
Reality TV reunions are by nature, just for the sake of rehashing the same drama we watched all season and in some cases, get some new insight into why some things went down the way they did during the show’s season. Oh and to see who stayed friends and who hates each other now.
Little Women: Atlanta is no different. While we did not really get to the bottom of anything, we sure know who hates each other again. We also got treated to a barrage of interesting insults such as “you belong on the animal channel” and “two ash trays for ankles.” At least those are some new ones.
I’m not at all shocked that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker’s son would end up an entrepreneur, I just figured that he would start talking first. We all know that Kandi is an overachiever so it makes sense that her baby is following her path.
Kandi‘s son Ace Wells Tucker already has product line and a shoe line in the works. That’s impressive. Obviously, this kid is way too young to actually make any business or design decisions, but it is cool that his parents are setting him up to be a businessman this early in life. Color me jealous.
After last week’s fantastic, best episode of the season, things definitely calmed down a bit this week on Survivor. That’s not to say it wasn’t a great episode (OK, great may be a stretch, but it was a solid episode nonetheless). But with Jeff Probst announcing #dropyourbuffs tonight, much of the episode felt slow, as it took a lot of time familiarizing us with the new tribes that were formed. It ended with another interesting Tribal Council and the episode overall set the stage for what will be coming in the following weeks.
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