By the time season 4 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills rolls around, we won't be able keep straight the number of casting rumors. I wish Bravo would just go ahead and tell us who was going to be joining the cast already!
The newest name tossed into the hat is Carlton Gebbia, a former actress whose husband is reportedly worth about $50 million. She'll fit right in with that kind of cash! And speaking of cash, Brandi Glanville is determined to keep making her own, and at the rate she's going, she'll be out of that rental house in no time!
Ew, ew, ew, ew, ewwwwwwwwwwwwww! Stories about former Teen Mom turned adult movie "actress" Farrah Abraham keep turning my stomach. Just when I think I can't possibly hear something more skeezy than the last story, she surprises me yet again. Well played, Farrah. Well played.
As you recall, Vivid recently put the bikini worn by the delusional reality star on the cover of Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom on eBay. Even more disgusting? People were actually bidding on it…until the site pulled the suit from auction? Want to know why? Keep reading!
Of course, when one celebrity judge leaves, it opens the floodgates for all of the speculation as to who should be passing out the compliments and critiques when the show returns for another season. If the newest rumors are true, Simon is going to be the sole dude with some very talented ladies at the judge's table.
I guess they're putting on their happy faces to gear up for tonight's Watch What Happens Live RHONJ special. Tonight Melissa and Teresa will discuss 'On Display Gate' which silly me, I didn't know was a thing. Apparently there is some debate about whether or not it was written about Teresa. Is that a compliment or an insult?
Reality Tea will belive-tweeting the drama, so make sure to hop on twitter for our immense sarcasm. I guess you could say we'll be 'on display' (they're just waiting on us to fall… )
RHONJ's WWHL special airs tonight at 8/7c on Bravo
Kari, who organized the trip, shared, "I was glad that I had invited the ladies on the wine tour, but for me it was a very difficult day. I had worked hard to put things together, so that everyone could have a good time and hopefully heal from things. It was a generous invitation and a peace offering. One that I hoped would bring lasting peace."
Quad's "short bus" comment ruined Kari's warm and fuzzy feelings almost instantly. "Quad immediately complained that the bus was too small. I could not believe her rudeness. I guess that for Quad that a 16-passenger party bus with plush leather couches, two full bars, fiber optic lighting, and plasma TVs is not enough for a one-hour journey for six people."