Last night was the season finale of Real Housewives Of New York and I had a couple revelations. It’s my own version of drive-by therapy. Holla!
Firstly, Ramona Singer is incapable of change and while Bethenny Frankel had all 100% valid points about how Ramona is basically a toddler playing dress-up in mommy’s very dated wig and stripper heels, it was slightly missing the point. Ramona has changed – maybe not in her Ramonaisms, but her life as she knows it certainly changed.
Gushing about the trip, Meghan shares, “It made me smile to watch these last couple episodes of our trip because of how much fun we all had together. It was an exhausting girls’ trip, but I would go again in a heartbeat! …Especially since I have so much going on right now.”
While Kim Kardashian is busy taking naked pregnancy selfies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is busy trying to stop Dr. Kim from pushing her drug recommendations on the general public.
In late July, the pregnant Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to social media to proclaim the miracle of the drug Diclegis, an anti-morning sickness pill. Kim claimed, “As you guys know my #morningsickness has been pretty bad. I tried changing things about my lifestyle, like my diet, but nothing helped, so I talked to my doctor. He prescribed me #Diclegis, I felt a lot better and most importantly, it’s been studied and there was no increased risk to the baby.”
Congratulations, dear readers. We did it. And more importantly, we did it together. We survived yet another season of Abby Lee Miller’s shenanigans on Dance Moms (not counting the reunion, of course…that will be a gem!). Pat yourself on the back. You are stronger than you thought you could be. After last week, the Nationals soloists were up in the air, but finally we got see some amazing drama–and even better dancing!
The finale episode begins with Abby corralling the girls to hype up Nationals and poo-poo the ALDC’s track record thus far this season. Jill hopes that Abby will focus and become the leader the team needs, but learning the Jeanette’s team is competing has her off her rocker per the usual. Abby is stressed about the studio opening, and Jessalyn wonders how in the world it will be finished in time. JoJo is on the bottom of the pyramid for constantly needing corrections, followed by MacKenzie. Kendall rounds out the bottom for being “okay.” Kalani is third on the pyramid for placing third in the competition, with Maddie holding down the second spot. Woo hoo! A deserving Nia tops the pyramid for being the overall high scoring solo. Finally.
“I was sort of waffling on this,” shared Bethenny. “I do understand that Luann felt like, because of her behavior in St Barts, she was ambushed and that the girls were expecting to find something in the room and kinda wanted to catch her in something. I do think that is the case, but I don’t think any of it is a big deal. I do in that case agree, be cool. I don’t know that I agree with Carole that you shouldn’t bang random guys on vacation. Isn’t that where you should bang random guys?” Thoughts?
Appearing on the Today Show, Bethenny dished juggling double romances and that this fall she plans to get very busy! “”I am dating and I am having a really good time,” explains Bethenny, who hints she has “multiple burners” going at once where the men are concerned.
It turns out there was a reason Yolanda Foster wouldn’t let Gigi Hadid eat cake – Gigi had “huge” thighs and has to maintain that supermodel body type! Gag me – I’ll eat all the f–king cake.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star’s daughter has quickly catapulted into supermodel territory but Gigi shares that it wasn’t always easy as she struggled with body insecurities and was constantly rejected when she started modeling.
“When I first went to visit different agencies in New York, a lot of them were like, you have to lose a lot of weight,” reveals Gigi. “I would cry at night and my mom would be like, ‘We’re going to find the [right] people'” She finally did sign with IMG Models and her career took off. “If you just embrace yourself other people accept you in the same way.”