Last year around this time, we were all reading the spoilers and gearing up for Chris Soules’ stint on The Bachelor (can you believe it’s been that long already?). Since then, Soules found love (or at least he thought he did), got engaged, broke it off, and has appeared on a quite few more reality televisions shows, such as Dancing With The Stars and Worst Cooks In America. Contrary to what you may think, Soules insists that he did not go on the show for any sort of celebrity fame.
Instead, Chris claims that everything just “fell on” him, and he is not about to do anymore reality or any other television for that matter. But more importantly, the hunky farmer also shared his best advice for upcoming new Bachelor star, Ben Higgins. So, as we all now wait for Ben Higgins’ season to begin, let’s hear what Soules had to say, it ought to be interesting, right?
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Thursday night – well very early Thursday morning to be precise – the Dash Dolls star crashed her car on the 101 freeway in LA. The accident happened around 3am! Malika was said to be leaving a birthday party when she apparently failed to call a cab and decided to drive herself home. The Kardashian limo service wasn’t available?
Yolanda Foster and several of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars jetted off to NYC this week to attend the Global Lyme Alliance’s “Uniting for a Lyme-Free World” gala event. During a speech, Yolanda revealed that her daughter Bella Hadid and her son Anwar were both diagnosed with Lyme Disease in 2012!
At the dinner Yolanda was given an award for her work to help find a cure for the disease and shared with the crowd, “When my two youngest children, Bella and Anwar, were diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease in early 2012, watching my babies struggle in silence in order to support me in my journey, struck the deepest core of hopelessness inside of me.”
I’ll never try to pretend Bravo’s motives, but Don’t Be Tardy has officially been moved to Thursday night, which means this week we were treated to a double dose of Kim Zolciak Biermann, Kroy, chef Tracey, and, of course, that cursing toddler! You’re welcome.
Last night’s episode begins with Kim greeting Shun while yelling at her dogs for interrupting her Instagramming. The dog in a cage should feel grateful it’s not being tormented by KJ. Kim complains about how hard it is to be followed by children 24/7, so she and Shun grab their solo cups of wine and retreat to Kim’s bedroom to discuss Shun’s lack of a dating life. Shun describes her perfect man, but Kim encourages her to think outside the box. Kim swears by “ask, believe, receive,” but she’s not so sure it will work for normal folks like Shun. She offers to set up Shun with her personal trainer–if he’s willing–before getting bombarded with balls being thrown at her face (there goes her social life! 😉 ) by KJ. She admits to be terrified of her three-year-old, and for once the Bravo viewing audience can agree with something Kim says.
First, I have to give Jill a little shoutout. I don’t know what’s in the water in NYC, but the ladies all seem to be aging backwards! Jill looked amazing tonight – the photo above doesn’t do her justice.
“I was exasperated, it was a flippant comment,” defends Caroline. “I had simply had enough. New Year’s was at least a week before, and I was done with this topic. But Juliet being Juliet just wouldn’t let it go. I was going through the biggest crisis at work that I have ever had to go through, and I just didn’t have the head space to discuss these things anymore. I wanted her to stop calling me. She had already blown things up with Jules; it was just typical.”
With Brandi along with Kim Richards out, Lisa says dynamics have drastically shifted. “It’s going to be a lot different in Season 6 because of the cast changes,” she dishes. Of course, new cast members doesn’t necessarily mean less drama!
“Having Kim gone is different,” explains Lisa. “But there are other dynamics and now there are other differences of opinion to keep it interesting. That is what makes us so fun to watch!” Hopefully “FUN” is the operative word – because last season’s sobriety whodunit was tiresome.