Because we live in an unfair, shallow world where Kardashianskeep making money, Kendall & Kylie Jennerare experiencing more business growth – for merely existing, I guess – while mom Kris Jenner is not having a problem finding single young men to date her in the wake of her separation from husband Bruce. Ugh!
Just months after big sister Kim’smobile app, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood Universe, was released to 12 year old boys everywhere, Kendall & Kylie have announced that they too will be joining the universe Glu Mobile where you can “Create your own aspiring celebrity and rise to fame and fortune!” (according to the itunes product description).
Ramona Singer is single and officially on the mingle! Since deciding to file for divorce from Mario Singer after years of his infidelities, Ramona has a new lease on life – and love! “I’m definitely out there more – and I’m having fun,” she gushed.
The new season of Real Housewives Of New York will chronicle Ramona dealing with divorce, including her painfully coming to terms with Mario’s affair after a 20-year-marriage. Especially since, if you recall, the last time Bethenny Frankel was a Housewife Ramona and Mario renewed their vows to stave off that 17-year itch!
Freed from Mario, Pinot Fabulous has come out of her shell and Ramona’s social life has gotten more turtle-timey than ever. “I have a lot of friends,” she shares candidly, with accompanying crazy eyes – and now life is all about fun! “I embrace all of their warmth and they embrace me. Life is good!” Is Ramona gonna get one of those “Life Is Good” T-shirts? Life Is Good: Divorce! Life Is Good: Pinot! Life Is Good: Friends With Benefits! Life Is Good: Turtle Time
Andy Cohen has scored his very own channel on SiriusXM satellite radio.
Radio Andy, the name of the channel, will broadcast 24/7 entertainment news, including a weekly radio show hosted by Andy. “This will be the radio extension of my love for pop culture – everything high and low,” announced Andy. “[It will feature] mainly talk from a curated group of celebrities and pop culture fanatics that I love and admire, with some music.”
Unlike Mike, the guido (who should own stock in a hairspray company) has fared far better in a post reality show world. Pauly D makes a killing as a DJ, and it’s only fitting he reward himself with a small treat every now and then.
“I think it’s a great idea,” said Kenya. “It’s something that CJ has always wanted to do, and she’s funny! She has everything it takes to do stand-up – she’s unapologetic, brave, witty, and curses like a sailor sometimes! All she needs is to work out a routine. Trust me, between her life, the new girls, and all of the drama, she has plenty of material.” Ugh. Claudia‘s act was terrible, and it sure as hell didn’t even compare to the other comedy act in the show, NeNe‘s wig.
The ladies start off the last leg of their Tour de Denial at the flower market. Earlier, while they were biking through the city Lisa Vanderpump saw a friend of her son Max. Brandi got to chatting… and other things… with said 23-year-old – lo and behold he asked her on a date, after spending the night with her. Are we sure they weren’t biking through the Red Light district? Isn’t dating your former bestie-turned-enemy-turned-stalking/slapping-recipient’s son’s friend a little, I dunno… Lifetime Movie creepy? I mean I can just picture Sela Ward playing the role of LVP.
Brandi, wearing a Fred Flintstone costume, recounts to Kim about “play slapping” Lisa. Kim laughs that uptight Lisa can’t take a joke – like that one time super sober champion soberling Kim joked about Harry doing evil, awful things and Lisa Rinna having evil, awful secrets… does Harry keep a people-eating troll in the basement?!
Is there an end in sight to this season of Dance Moms? I don’t know about y’all, but I’m Abby Lee Millered out! After a victory over the Candy Apples, the girls are actually looking forward to pyramid. Holly stills feels tension with the other friends, and JoJo laughs that Kathy exceeded her expectations when it came to crazy antics. The team is excited to have scored a win with a tried-and-true lyrical number, but Holly wants Abby to push the girls like she was doing before they went to Los Angeles. Lyrical is easy for them. Not for Nia, Abby snaps. Holly, I’m with you on how unfair all of this is, but it’s not going to change, and you’re just making it worse by expressing your opinion. It’s tragic all around. Jill speaks up to back Holly by saying that the girls are up to the task to do more challenging numbers. Well, Jill, those dances don’t win, and what’s more important in competition than winning?
Abby has come up with a great project for the girls. She’s asked all of the dancers to make a pros and cons list as to whether JoJo should be allowed a permanent spot on the team. Hearing it from her peers will make it more real for her. According to MacKenzie, JoJo is loud and crazy, but kind and hard-working. Jessalyn looks on proudly at her daughter’s resolve, but I think we’re one teammate down and JoJo’s already about to burst into tears. Maddie cites her ability to take direction but notes her timing issues. Nia claims she takes opportunities away from other girls who have been with the ALDC longer, and Kendall calls her respectful. Everyone says she’s either too loud or two crazy. Poor JoJo stares stone-faced only moving to wipe the tears before they can roll down her cheeks. Holly is proud of how JoJo is handling herself. In the end, JoJo earns an ALDC jacket and a spot on the team. Because the group routine was so strong, all of the girls are on the same pyramid level…except Maddie. She’s on top for her highest scoring solo. Maddie looks slightly uncomfortable for being singled out from the team, but Melissa beams.