Can I get a hallelujah and a thank you, Jesus? After their marriage lasted just 72 days, the former couple was gearing up to drag every bit of their dirty laundry out in the open in an upcoming divorce trial. Kim and Kris came to an agreement this morning and the judge granted them their divorce. Kim was present (duh, there were cameras there), but Kris was not (his lawyer was there in his place).
No terms of the settlement have been shared (but we're sure that a certain someone will be giving the juicy deets to a certain media outlet at any moment).
Poor Kim, the nation is riveted to the TV, focused on Boston and the events unfolding there today and not waiting with bated breath for her latest news.
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In short, it's looking like we may be forced to sit through twoReal Housewives of Orange County wedding spectaculars. Unless they go the soap opera route and do a double wedding, which for my sanity I hope is the case.
Aaahhh.. the tale of woe that that is Real Housewives of New York casting continues. Taping allegedly begins in three weeks for the much maligned show, but the cast still isn't finalized!
When only three of the five members from last year's cast appeared at the recent Bravo Upfronts, it was assumed that certain ladies had been handed their walking pumps. It then emerged that most of it came down to a numbers game and salary negotiations.
Ramona Singer is definitely returning next season, but according to a new report she was fighting tooth and nail for a big pay bump before being summarily shot down and was threatened with getting fired.
Reality Tea readers, y'all are in luck! We've found a real estate steal for you if you're willing to relocate to New York City for pocket change. Making the pot even sweeter? You could purchase the estate from a bona fide Bravo reality star. Who wouldn't want to live like Sonja Morgan (toaster oven not included)?
While her fate on the upcoming season of Real Housewives of New York was seemingly in limbo until recently, Sonja still needs to channel some creative money making schemes. Perhaps she should put her elegant Upper East Side townhome back on the market…oh, wait.
We will be bringing you weekly fancaps from the new reality dating show, Ready For Love. There have been two episodes so far and the recap below is the premiere episode that aired on the 9th. We'll be posting this week's episode shortly and then will be on track starting next week! Without further ado, here is Ready For Love, fancapped by Anne R.B.
I may be the only person watching Ready for Love. I read that ratings were very low for the premiere, and even worse in week 2. People: this show is GOOD. It's not actual good like Downton Abbey, it's stupid/adorable good – like Most Eligible Dallas. The show begins with Executive Producer Eva Longoria giving us an infomercial speech about why she invented this show: she loves dating shows but hates how the couples never last! What's a girl to do? Scientifically reinvent reality dating shows, of course. Her plan is 3-fold:
My friends and I like to play a game we call Lifetime Movie. No, we're not planning on rocking back and forth in a shower crying about a relationship gone sour; instead, we try to figure out which star would play us in a movie about our life. It's fun, and I recommend it to anyone who's bored!
In the movie of my life, I'd hope that Ellen DeGeneres could take time out of her busy schedule to play me, but I'd understand if she had other obligations. However, I'm happy to learn that my friends and I aren't the only ones who like to think of our lives as a watch-worthy show. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville also likes to imagine her life played out on the screen.