Last night's Basketball Wives marked the fourth straight episode of Evelyn Lozada crying over Chad Johnson, andTami Roman trying her darndest to start something with Shaunie O'Neal despite her positive life changes. It was also the fourth straight episode of Tasha Marbury staying above the drama and Suzie Ketcham talking out of both sides of her mouth (only this time, she's not gossiping, she's just finally healing from her jaw surgery!).
We started back in Evelyn's counseling session. Her therapist encourages her to figure out what she would do if there were no kids, media, or feminist groups involved. Again, I'm sorry…why are all of these people trying to get her back together with a head-butter? We all know that the head-butting incident wasn't isolated. I'm not saying that he was violent towards her multiple times, but their relationship was broken by both of them long before they walked down the aisle. The therapist wants to know what are the wonderful things about Chad that the public doesn't know. Is that you, Mrs. .Ochocinco Johnson? Seriously? With a glass of wine and dose of common sense, I'm more of a therapist than this lady.
Last night Lea hosted her annual The Black Gala and while things were a little more lackluster than usual in the auction department the drama surrounding the grand affair more than compensated. That and the diamonds of course! While the so-called "Cubans" are anything but Lea's besties, diamonds will always and forever be a Housewife's best friends, borrowed or no!
So Lea is hosting her big event, but most of the girls are playing hookie to go to something called Gay Polo. Gay Polo is polo, but there's tigers (and cougars) and leprechauns. Adriana de Moura and Marysol Patton were making a big, ginormous deal out of it like it was some spectacular extravaganza and Prince Harry was going to come out wearing nothing but a loin cloth and some body paint reading Kiss Me, I'm Gay. He's not gay, obviously, but he is hot and exciting. And he plays polo!
Well, I certainly didn't see this coming! With a new season of Mob Wives currently filming, I figured all the ladies would be back to wreak havoc on Staten Island. Apparently, according to Ramona Rizzo, that is not the case!
In fact, Ramona is confirming that she is no longer a part of the cast…and neither is her biffle Karen Gravano and her part-time nemesis Carla Facciolo. First her wedding plans botched by the Feds and now this? Poor Ramona!
The last time we gave out this award, it went to Reza's Shahs of Sunset co-star, Lilly Ghalichi. Coincidence? Um, no. They're both inane egomaniacs.
In Lilly's case, she got stopped earlier this year for tweeting and driving. "I just got pulled over for tweeting and driving," tweeted Lilly. "But Officer Kashani let me go because he loves Shahs! Yay! Best cop ever!" Ugh – hardly remorseful.
In Reza's case, he appeared in traffic court last week for texting and driving. Reza's day in court started on a high note, which he bragged about on Twitter, but the day did not end well. Oh, poor Reza Joon, said no judge ever.
Style released the sneak peek video of the Bonnie Blossman and Whitney Whatley focused Big Rich Texas spinoff yesterday. The video's label – Big Rich Texas season 4 premiere – confused fans on Twitter. Too funny – I was so excited to see the clip, I didn't even notice the stinking label.
"Technically, we are still Big Rich Texas, but with our spinoff show that is our version of season 4," explained Bonnie. "Our family is the focus, primarily surrounding Whit's pregnancy, and it's six episodes long. No drama, mostly comedy. MUCH more lighthearted and fun filming with family and friends."