If you were wondering how long you’d have to wait for a new season of Little Women: LA, wonder no longer! The show returns next month already! And in a double dose, as Terra’s Little Family kicks off another season at the same time! Lifetime is mixing things up with the Little Women: LA season 3 cast, adding two new ladies to the series – Jasmine and “Freakabritt,” aka Brittney Guzman!
The cast shot new promo pics and have shared several on social media, letting the cat out of the bag that there are two new cast members. It also would appear that Traci Harrison is stepping back a little. She’s not featured in the main cast photos/promos, but she’s been included at some of the events they’ve filmed, according to the Instagram of her fellow co-stars. Maybe this is Lifetime’s version of “friend of” instead of “full time member.”
I can’t believe it’s the season 2 finale of Blood, Sweat, and Heels! Is it just me, or was this season waaaaaaay too short? Bravo, please give us more of these ladies next season (and please, please let there be a next season, period).
In full disclosure, I have to admit I’m connecting to Mica Hughes‘ recent loss of her 91-year old grandmother in a special way tonight, as I lost my own 91-year old grandmother just this morning. A second mother to me, she went peacefully, surrounded by love and family and I got to see her right up until the end. I know reality television is good fodder for snark (don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of it with this finale!), but it’s poignant to realize that we’re all connected in strange, surreal, and plain old human ways too. Now, on to the show. Which tonight, friends, is one HOT mess. 🙂
Lisa Nicole defended her decision to run a background check on Quad during Married to Medicine, tweeting, “Background checks are a standard business protocol in business. No malice intended.”
On WWHL, Quad replied, “I think that’s a good cover for She Who Shall Not Be Named. We all saw my investors last season and she was not one of them. We were not doing business together whatsoever. She actually wanted a little something to go into the reunion with last year, but you will catch that tea later.”
For the Real Housewives of New York, birthdays last all month long and involve multiple meltdowns and confrontations among one’s closest “friends.” Dorinda Medley’s birthday was no different, with both dinners at Petrossian her Berkshires home ending in awkwardness and tears. Dorinda starts this week’s Bravo blog admitting, “I can’t even begin to tell you how happy I am that my 50th birthday weekend is over. Seriously. I don’t even want to comment on it. Clearly, the girls used my birthday as more of an exorcism opportunity than a celebration,” adding, “And I thought Ramona [Singer’s] birthday went on forever…Glad mine is done and we finally moved onto Christmas parties and product launches. Next year, I might just charge for admission. Considering how it went this year, I’ll just walk in and take a bow. (OK, I’m done with that. Thanks Madge!)”
“Speaking of Ramona, I can’t tell you how happy I am for her and Avery. They’ve both grown up so nicely, right?” Dorinda comments. Despite Dorinda’s daughter, Hannah’s oft-derided comments on camera this season, Dorinda says that “Avery is such a breath of fresh air. Especially considering how New York tends to affect kids of her generation. It’s great to watch their relationship grow.” As children grow, Dorinda shares, “you find yourself having ‘girl talk’ with your own daughters and they really become your best friends. I’ve been there already and it’s really gratifying. Look at Luann [de Lesseps] and Victoria, Ramona and Avery and me and Hannah. (Bethenny [Frankel] will get to that point before she knows it, I guarantee it!)” She does warn that, “In the end, children ‘kinda’ like to know what’s going on, but you have to be sensitive to the ‘TMI.’ In a way, those boundaries between mother and daughter completely evaporate, which does have its pros and cons, I guess, but it’s still refreshing. I think Ramona handled this one beautifully and I am very proud of how she’s juggling it all.”
Ahead of tonight’s Game of Thrones season finale, we have a funny new video for you to kill some time until the show starts! What would Game of Thrones look like as a Real Housewives series? Take a look at the ladies of “Braavos” in The Real Housewives of Westeros spoof. They’re mashing up The Real Housewives and Game of Thrones – complete with opening taglines for Cersei, Sansa, Margaery, Daenrys and more!
I love that they have to cut off Daenrys – her name is just too damn long for those opening lines!
Warning – it’s a little racy – not safe for work or for little ears.
Are you tuning in for the GoT finale tonight? What do you predict will happen?
Luann de Lesseps, the winner for Real Housewife of New Yorkwho remains cool under the duress of the Berkshires and Ramona Singer’sAOA party, might also be the only housewife to call out the real sh*t-stirrer of the week: Carole Radziwill, in her Bravo blog. Before getting to that, Luann reviews some of the highlights, and much of the awkwardness, that is RHONY. She shares her feelings on Bethenny Frankel mending fences with Heather Thomson after the tense/weird fish/meatball debacle at Dorinda Medley’s 50th birthday dinner. Luann confesses, “At Dorinda’s birthday dinner, I was glad to see Bethenny hug it out with Heather even if it wasn’t the sincerest move, it did calm Heather down. I understand why Bethenny would want to just chill out and enjoy the party rather than be mothered by Heather. Yet, kindness comes in many forms and Heather’s approach may irritate Bethenny, but she’s coming from a good place.” After professing being “in love at first sight” with Dorinda, Luann admits, “As for my toast being awkward, at least I had something nice to say about our hostess although I admit, not one of my best!”
Although Luann also relates to Ramona’s relief at daughter Avery coming home, she comments on the awkwardness of discussing divorce with one’s children – even grown children. “As for Ramona asking Avery ‘what should she do about Mario pursuing her again?’ — it felt awkward to me,” says Luann, “yet Avery showed a lot of maturity when she said that Ramona has to do what is best for her. I appreciated how Avery put the situation into perspective by saying that for over twenty years, her dad was a good husband and father but she’s at college, living her own life and whether or not her parents are together doesn’t really affect her as much as it would have if she were younger. I think Avery’s putting on a brave face for her mother.” Luann does astutely point out that “Ramona’s already taken over Mario’s closets so it’s not looking promising for him!”