The ladies of Real Housewives of New Jersey have a new story to peddle this season – they're all getting along. Finally! In a new interview the entire cast sits down to discuss how they deal with the show, what's happened to bring peace, and remind us that there is still much, much more drama to come.
Oh they also talk cheatin' spouses…
"It's crazy when it comes on because there's a lot said that you don't see that's filmed, and then we've come so far from where we were in the beginning, so it's very hard to rewatch the beginning but you just have to remember it was before the makeup and before everything got better in all of our situations," Melissa Gorgatells the Associated Press.
In her first installment, Kim talks about her friendships with both Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita, and of course hints at some major upcoming drama. Yay!
"At the beginning of last year my mother was diagnosed very suddenly with lung cancer. It was one of the hardest times in my life I have ever had to go through. Both Teresa and Jacqueline were there for me every step of the way during that horrible period," Kim begins.
I know some of you love blind items and some of you hate them because it's not often that we find out the answers. But it's your lucky day! We have the reveal for this one! Take a read and tell us your best guess for which reality star is a fan of "fake it til you make it!".
"What female, very attractive C-/D list celebrity who is everywhere it seems was out and about and whenever anyone approached her to get an autograph or to talk to her she would immediately pick up her phone and start talking. It was so comical, especially when she was in the pool and managed to pull out her phone out of her bikini top. It is not like she is the biggest thing ever. Only people who watch certain programs even know who she is."
Well now that she has her new spinoff, Rich People Problems, to promote and an upcoming book, Secrets Of A Southern Belle, Phaedra is out of hiding and dishing on RHOA drama, her behavior last season, and a certain someone's upcoming wedding!
Phaedra shares that of course some of her colleagues reached out to her post-birth. "Kandi [Burruss] and Todd came to the hospital," Phaedra tells TooFab. "Cynthia [Bailey]has talked to me several times since giving birth. And Porsha [Stewart] sent a wonderful gift."
When fans questioned her use of the L word, Jenelle explained, "We have been talking for a month and a half and nobody knew but me and him. We kept it quiet so Nathan's girlfriend the media wouldn't blow up," adding, "So yeah I love him."
Nathan, an underwear model and college football player and former Marine and personal trainer, takes great care of his body and works out daily. Now, Jenelle is super into fitness, too. Of course she is. At least this guy's obsession is healthy.
Just when I think Abby Lee Miller can't sink to a new low in favoritism and self-importance, I'm treated to a new episode of Dance Moms. Last night's show was insane!
Abby is on Cloud Nine after beating Cathy and her Candy Apples, but Kelly and Christi are still not speaking. Before the pyramid begins, Asia and Kristie 2.0 return. Asia finds herself at the bottom for missing last week due to a television gig. Nia is next for lagging just a tad behind in the group number. Kendall is called out for a lacking rehearsal, and Paige rounds out the bottom tier even though she garners Abby's praise.
MacKenzie finds herself in fourth place followed by Chloe and Maddie. Abby cannot say enough about the girls' flawless duet. Brooke takes the top spot–has that ever happened?–for dancing up with the senior troupe. The group number is entitled "Living with the Ribbon." Abby wants it to be a tribute number to all of the people who have been affected by cancer, and Melissa immediately gets choked up because she lost her mother to the disease.
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta has been seeing a rise in viewers every week, nearly hitting three million on Monday night. Also seeing an increase is Kim Zolciak's spinoff,Don't Be Tardy. As much as we love to rag on her, the show rose from 947,000 viewers tuning in to just over a million the following week.