First up, viewers will be treated to a wigtastic double feature of The Wigs & Cigs hour, aka Don't Be Tardy featuring Kim, her hair, Kroy Biermann and the fam – now with four kiddies, so help us Jesus.
A year after Kim's million-dollar wedding (and eviction), the family is working on their latest dreamhouse as they are all squeezed into Big Poppa's condo. And despite Kroy having a very successful season with the Falcons, Kim's daughters are struggling to adjust to having a new dad and two baby brothers all competing for the attention of the wigtriarch.
Now that Lisa Vanderpump has popped the Real Housewives on Dancing With The Stars cherry, the flood gates have opened. You know all these grasping famewhores already have their publicists on the phone begging for a change at next year's cast!
Being the first Houswife to grace the show with her presence, Lisa confesses it was difficult for her decide to sign on for the very challenging show, but she's ready!
"I did it because it's an honor to be asked. I think it's one of the most glamorous shows on television," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsstar told E! "It's exciting and such a challenge, but I am nervous."
With season three of Real Housewives of Miami still in limbo (I think we'll probably see the ladies again), Joanna Krupa and Karent Sierra are trying their best to get our attention! "We're waiting to hear," Karent confirmed of a possible season three.
Speaking to Celebuzz the new besties who were in LA for some Oscars-related event talked appearing on the show and what they're up to now.
"The only thing I do regret is that I had a little bit too much to drink during the season," Joanna admits. "When you're put with so many crazy people, aside from my friends on the show, it's hard!"
Taylor describes her new relationship as a happiness she never thought she'd find. Even daughter Kennedy is reaping the benefits of her mother's new love life, as Taylor is finally remembering where her child is on a regular basis. How sweet is that? It's the stuff fairy tales are made of, y'all! Congrats Sheena Taylor!
Oh Robertsons, it's been far too long! Like most of y'all, I have been waiting for last night's season premiere of Duck Dynasty, and (no shocker) Willie, Jase, Si, Phil, and their families did not disappoint. I couldn't love this show more if I tried. Sure, there are some scripted elements, but the family love, the faith, and the humor are anything but, and it's just as humbling as it is entertaining to watch. I'm so thrilled to get to recap the new season.
The guys are hanging out in the warehouse, and I feel like it's a bunch of Santa's elves hanging out…if Santa's elves wore camo and had a subscription to Field and Stream. It's no coincidence that Jase likens the boys' anticipation on Duck Season Eve to be that of children waiting for Old St. Nick to make an appearance. Si thinks he'll be sleighing slaying (sorry, horrible word play!) ducks with not only his rifle, but with his mesmerizing stare. No doubt we have some readers who wouldn't mind being hypnotized by Si's googly eyes, but I won't call out any of y'all Soncee! Si must be very careful with how he directs said stare…he doesn't want to knock himself out with its power when he looks in the mirror!
Jase is shocked to hear that Willie will be camping with the boys on Duck Season Eve. Willie reminds him that it is a family tradition. He's still a redneck, right? RIGHT? Si and Jase then start in on a hilarious diatribe of Willie's idea of roughing it…like opening a garage door manually, having the wrong comfort setting on his sleep number bed, watching a DVD instead of Blu-Ray (you KILL me, Si!), or having to unload the dishwasher because his wife is out of town. Jase can't believe that Willie is ready to brave the wilderness…after all, he frequents coffee shops. God, I LOVE this family! The boys convince Willie to give them the day off so they can prepare for their camping adventure.
"Sean Lowe and one of his final two sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G, first comes a televised reality dating competition, then comes marriage, then comes…" Yeah, this isn't quite working out as I'd planned. I guess the nursery rhyme didn't take modern day fame-whore-dom romance into consideration when singing about baby carriages. Who makes out in a tree anyway?
Things are heating up as the Bachelor season draws to a close. Will Sean find true love? Will he propose? If so, will he be able to keep it in his pants until saying "I do"?
ABC is constantly out-doing itself by touting the "most dramatic" or the "most romantic" or the "most shocking" rose ceremonies/hometown dates/proposals in Bachelor franchise history. I would have appreciated the network's stance even more had it just been honest for once. If Chris Harrison told me it was going to be the "most vanilla" season in the franchise's history, I would have still tuned in every Monday. ABC needs to give its viewers more credit. We're creatures of habit. No matter how much we never again want to see anyone making out in a hot tub or handing out a rose, we'll still be there. Count on it.