No sarcasm intended. We all know Kris loves a headline. Kylie and Kendall probably have an "obtain scandalous headline" bonus in their contracts with momager Kris. Sex themed nightclub? Cha-ching! They're cashing in today!
Kylie, 16, and Kendall, 17, were photographed leaving a 21-and-over club in West Hollywood last night. According to TMZ, the club promotes Wax Rabbit, a new, voyeuristic, hip hop, and nudity nightclub experience, on Tuesday nights.
This season focused on them moving out and got the wheels in motion for the 'marriage in trouble' storyline, and next season – which Bruce will be wholly participating in – will apparently focus on marital demise, life after separation, and of course rekindling the flame (that might be next-next season though!). Hey with ratings down they have to do something!
Farrah took to Twitter over the weekend to bash Wicked Creative, a public relations agency, referring to herself as talent and them as criminals. "1 of the most unprofessional PR agencies who #Steal #Lie #TryToRuin company & talent futures @WickedCreative PR #Criminal #SoWrong."
News Flash forFarrah: your future is already ruined. #NobodyLikesYou
Season five of Real Housewives of New Jersey has come to an end. Andy's like, Thank you, Jesus! Part two of the reunion attracted 2.099 million viewers which means just under 400,000 jumped ship since last week. My guess? They were among the 16 MILLION who were preparing for the Walking Dead.
The Kardashians, who are less dead but pumped full of preservatives just the same, remained steady despite the competition. 2.182 million loyal fans tuned in to Keeping Up with the Kardashians instead of the zombies.
You can't see me, but I am laughing so hard at this story. It is amazing on oh so many wonderful levels, and it involves two ladies who eat, sleep, and breathe drama (and Twitter). What could be better?
You want to sleep with Brandi's husband? Well, she'll just befriend yours and let the whole world know about it. What's more deserving of sympathy than one duped spouse? You guessed it! Two duped spouses.
I'm just going to dive right into last night's I Dream Of NeNe because y'all are going to love this. In the throws of planning this wedding, Gregg Leakes has decided to focus his energy on a new venture–a luxury barbershop! Can you blame him? He's just as disturbed as I am that NeNe wants to send an evite for their big day. I'd find something else to garner my attention, too! NeNe doles out Gregg's to-do list, and he is vetoed when he suggests alternatives to the $15,000 cake that is arriving in Atlanta via a first class flight. Poor Gregg always flies coach, I assume. This episode is off to a fabulous start!
The couple goes to check out the gardens where NeNe wants to wed, and Gregg is equally excited about her vision. New wedding planner Tony arrives to rain on her parade. With the wedding in three weeks, Tony can't make the space work with so many guests without three extra weeks, some construction permits, and a lot of extra dough. NeNe refuses to change the date, so she's going to have to change the venue. She isn't happy about this turn of events. Tony was supposed to be able make things happen! And he can…he just needs more time (No time, there's never any time! I don't have time to study plan a wedding, I'll never get into Stanford!). Looks like NeNe's getting married at a hotel, y'all! She's appalled by this turn of events. Really? But the evites are the height of class?
The formal affair featured a reception that started two hours late, after they were forced to change clothes in a parking lot. All class there. Anyway, the Real Housewives of Miami star insists that's not what really happened, claiming Bravo edited her affair to look way worse than it was. #yeahright
Plus Adriana said she was just really tired and that's what took so long. Starting with her bravo blog she's all about excuses. "All of those emotions added to the stress of planning a wedding, and I was literally crumbling down as my wedding day approached," Adriana laments. "My physical limit was pushed and I was very drained and feeling weak; just one hour before the wedding I felt like fainting and believed I wasn't going to make it, because I had no more strength to carry on physically."