If I had the power to unsee one thing from the past week, I would choose Reza Farahan‘s bachelor party on Shahs of Sunset. Reza’s bestie and maid of honor, Mercedes “MJ” Javid, promised dirty and raunchy. She delivered. MJ took to her blog to defend the lecherous bachelor party.
“The bachelor party was exactly what Reza wanted and needed,” insisted MJ. “His turn up was real, and although I tease about ‘sex in the champagne room,’ I just wanted to make sure it a night that Reza would remember, and I didn’t want him to be bored or under whelmed. The craziest part was Reza during the drag show, taking over the stage in the middle of the performance. I think that we were borderline going to get jumped for disrupting the show, but he was like a little kid in Disneyland. He had no ill will, and there was actually an innocence about the shenanigans. I mean it.”
Reacting to the imposing proposition Emilia, blogged explaining her perspective and why she doesn’t think it’s the right choice for her and Ryan. Ryan, obviously because then his children could be biologically related to Fredrik’s! One big happy Bravo, family, y’all!
Calling it “unfair” that Emilia didn’t get to film a confessional on the show, Ryan turned his Bravo blog over to his love. “I have been getting so many questions about this ‘egg’ situation. Frantic calls from my family and friends in Athens and London. The occasional stare at my stomach as if in search of a bump (‘No guys that’s not what they mean by donate eggs.’) and some odd questioning of how I am feeling and if I need to eat or sleep. Ha,” begins Emilia.
After this week’s Blood, Sweat, and Heels, it remains to be seen whether Geneva Thomas will be attending former “bestie” Demetria Lucas‘ upcoming wedding. Because she defended her friend, Chantelle Fraser’s behavior at Demetria’s recent book launch (Chantelle was being loud, making a bit of a scene, mouthing off to Demetria’s fiance’ Greg), Demetria has since threatened to dis-invite Geneva from her Big Day. In her latest Bravo blog, Geneva discusses her feelings on the issue, and her reaction to being the last one to learn of cast-mate Daisy Lewellyn’s battle with cancer.
Geneva says she was blindsided by Greg taking such a hard line on the book launch fiasco. She says, “I had no clue Greg would hold on to the issue the way he did. It was all very confusing. I can’t police grown women. That’s not my ministry. The best I could do to fix the issue was to offer my sincerest apology, and I did that to both Greg and Demetria.” Geneva argues that she’s dealt with her own disturbances at work events (i.e., last season’s drunken antics from Melyssa Ford and Mica Hughes at her work event), but she would never go so far as to kick her friends out of the venue. The book launch drama “was nothing like the disturbance I dealt with at my event,” says Geneva, “and I didn’t sick security on Mica and Melyssa.”
First of all Andy says he “loved” that all the ladies decided together to wear white to the reunion. “It was not my decision but I loved it,” he declared.
What he does not love is learning that Kenya called him “Mandy” and an “ass” in a recent tweet. In Andy’s visibly shocked reaction he exclaims, “Did Kenya call me ‘Mandy’ on Twitter?!?!” Yes, she did. “Well… on the one hand it’s offensive, but on the other hand it is ‘MAN-dy.’”
This week, Blood, Sweat, and Heels is taking us back into the fray – and the aftermath – of Demetria Lucas’ book launch, which Chantelle Fraser was nearly ejected from last episode. We pick up at Demetria’s house where she and Greg are recovering from the event. Melyssa Ford stops by and talk turns to Chantelle’s behavior. Demetria has heard Greg’s version of events, which includes Geneva Thomas sticking up for Chantelle. Melyssa adds fuel to the fire by saying that Geneva is immature and should have stuck up for Demetria at her own event because she’s Demetria’s friend first, not Chantelle’s. Demetria has a head cold and very few sh*ts to give about the entire debacle, claiming Geneva already called her to apologize and Chantelle should be in charge of Chantelle’s behavior. End of story. “Geneva is my girl. I can’t go for her – I can’t,” says Demetria.
Chantelle may not be in charge of her behavior, but she is apparently in charge of her entertainment events company. Geneva pops by Chantelle’s work to relive the previous night’s events and to tell her she already apologized to Demetria, but Chantelle stands firm that she did nothing wrong and still maintains that Greg “was on his period.” Amy, the matchmaker, calls Chantelle to entice her out on a blind date with a real estate developer. Chantelle agrees to the date while Geneva sits there looking like Inspector Gadget. What is this getup all about, Geneva!?