Drag Race Hall of Fame, here comes Chad Michaels! The pristine queen with a killer Cher impersonation was crowned the winner of the first ever RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race and will take her rightful place in the hall of fame.
Chad triumphed against the "synergy" aspect of the All Stars series and was able to beat out finalists JuJubee, Raven, and former sidekick partner Shannel.
Upon crowning Chad the fairest of them all, RuPaul announced: "When it comes to the art and audacity of drag, nobody does it better than Chad. She has set the bar high, and I can't wait to bring back more of my best queens for another dazzling season of All Stars!"
Every week I get a little more frustrated with these girls of Teen Mom 2. MTV is paying them, and they are learning nothing except how to be more whiny and entitled. I really think the network should incorporate some kind of weekly therapy session for Jenelle Evans, Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer, and Kailyn Lowry to make it a little more relevant and a little less rewarding immaturity and bad behavior. Anyone agree?
Case in point, we begin with Chelsea trying to tame her peroxide weave while lamenting about taking her GED practice test in the following week. She really needs to study, but she has way more important things to do…like plan Aubree's birthday party, attend freeloading Adam Lind's motocross race, and devise a plan to keep her dad from finding out that Adam is squatting on his dime. Priorities, of course. Of course, Chelsea's third priority didn't work out so well because she forgot her dad has a key to her house and decided to take a peek inside when he came to pick up Aubree. She tries to act indignant, like what are you doing in my house? I want him to retort with, um, it's actually my house considering I pay for it, but instead Randy promises her they will discuss the situation later.
Oh wait, Chelsea explains that she pays her own rent, so maybe I would be a tad upset if my dad busted in, but still. She arrives at the race, and it's so pitiful to watch her try to kiss Adam and hold his hand while he totally brushes her off and then walks away. Chelsea acts totally oblivious to his behavior.
The first show, tentatively titled Taking Atlanta, will feature a "group of aspiring and ambitious Atlanta locals as they make their mark in the arenas of fashion, music, hospitality and real estate while exploring the city’s sizzling social scene and balancing the demands of their tumultuous family situations."
On a recent episode of Real Housewives of Miami, Joe Francis was heard accusingJoanna Krupa of sleeping with Mohamed. Well now a new report accuses Joanna of being the blame for breaking up Yolanda and Mohamed's marriage!
It's well known that Joanna has quite the past (or at least there are many accusations leading that way), but is she really a homewrecking harlot? I dare say this may be our first case of cross-cities Housewives feuding, but I can't wait until Andy Cohen books these two on an appearance for WWHL together!
Bethenny and her daughter, Bryn Hoppy, were spotted hitting the pool in Miami together this weekend. Bethenny showed off her tiny and muscular physique in a white bikini as she played in the pool and hit the waterslides with her little sweetie.
Is she, isn't she, is she, isn't she? Is this like that game he loves me, he loves me not with the boy in question beingAndy Cohen? Apparently so! For a man who only loves a lady with a sidepony, he certainly has girls of all hair styles throwing themselves his way.
Well, after much speculation, RadarOnline is reportingDanielle was actually meeting with Andy to discuss the possibility of her doing a one-on-one Watch What Happens Live special alaJill Zarin's 'Look, I be crazy' segment. How great would that be?!?
Defending her decision, Farrah said she is happy with her new look. “There was no real influence in getting [plastic surgery], my whole family loved how I looked," Farrah told RumorFix. "I just felt that it bothered me, so I perfected that, and so now I just waste less time in the mirror and instead I’m like ‘OK, I’m ready to go!’”
“I clearly know myself, and I know it was right," Farrah added. "I chose the right time and the right place, the right person, the right doctor, and I’m around the right people, so I am happy with what I did."