She's a screaming mess most of the time who likes to play drill sergeant with her pupils. Sometimes it seems that she spends more time at war with her dancer's mothers than actually teaching her girls how to dance. She tends to take great pleasure in trying to pit preteen girls against one another for the sake of healthy competition. Whoever could I be talking about? Y'all know! It's Abby Lee Miller of Lifetime's Dance Moms!
Abby has been repeatedly criticized for her questionable teaching methods, but she does appear to get results. Her dancers are incredibly talented. While she has never danced professionally, Abby started the Abby Lee Dance Company when she was just fourteen years old. That explains even more some of the history between her and Kelly!
Courtney Stodden and haute couture just don't belong together in the same sentence, but here goes! Courtney was spotted last night in L.A. as she attended the Shekhar Rahate Haute Couture Fashion Show.
We're not sure how the former Couples Therapy cast member got an invite, but hopefully they gave her a few pieces from their new line because this girl could use a "whole" dress for once.
Let's hope the spray tan didn't rub off on her white dress….
Pieces (as in pieces of a$$) is celebrating it's tenth anniversary this March and Brandi will be signing on as one of the show's host! According to the show's website she will be featured as the Celebrity Guest CenterPIECE!
As for what the show is about – it sounds right up Brandi's alley!
"Ever wonder what goes on in that pretty little head? This groundbreaking production features a series of original 'Pieces' delivered by a cast of the country's most dynamic actresses, exploring what it is that defines an attractive woman – from the perks and privileges, to the problems and pressures," says the show's description.
Congratulations Brandi! She is having one heck of a fabulous 2013 so far! Her book is also rumored as being optioned for a movie!
“She stiffed me. I was not pleased … Also I feel it was bad for her because, why let six women have the last word on an entire season? I think she should have been there to speak her mind, and she may be surprised with some of the directions the conversations took.”
Let's take a quick poll, shall we? What would you rather watch–the original Love & Hip Hop or the astonishingly crazy, can't look away train wreck that is Love & Hip Hop Atlanta? I don't even need to tally the votes. VH1 needs to learn that if it's going to air a scripted, polished soap opera while calling it a reality show, we need to see more craziness a la Joseline. Am I right?
While most viewers are politely watching this season, I can't help but think that they are doing so out of respect for the new member of the L&HH franchise. If we're going to watch fake reality television, the network should be decent enough to give us more ridiculous drama. Is that asking too much? Apparently not…read on!
That's right, last weekAdrienne Maloof announced she would not return to the show that made her tacky a nation-wide horror and for that we mourn. Or snark. And you know what that means: it's time for a Housewives Retrospective!
And without further ado, we say good-bye to out first lady of terrible facelifts, Adrienne!