“It certainly feels like I may be the new star of the show,” Kenyagloats to In Touch. “I certainly can keep people’s attention.” I think Kenya is confusing "star" with trainwreck. See people like to gawk and when someone goes overboard with the crazy we can't look away.
So if she thinks embarrassing herself on national TV is star power, well I can see why her career stayed D-List for all these years. But I s'pose I don't understand "gone with the wind fabulous!"
It was recently brought to our attention that Courtney deleted the phrase "Mrs. Hutchison" from her twitter bio. And a quick scroll through her timeline confirms that the last known mention of Doug is on December 22nd when Courtney says he gave her an early Christmas gift.
Whether it's a Twitter battle or a photo op war, these women love to let everyone know their issues. It's brilliant–it keeps them both in the media (remember Leann's "tearful" interview–with no real tears–where she hated to be called a homewrecker in light of her true love?), and, selfishly, it makes me giggle. Given her first stint on RHOBH, I would never think I'd be Team Brandi, but I totally am. Forgive me in advance for a pro-Brandi post. These ladies are cray. I would love the opportunity to drink wine with them one day…in the same room, of course. Clearly I'd wear a helmet.
NeNe and Jimmy also dished on the little battle between Andy Cohen and Donald Trump, with each of them claiming to be the man responsible for launching her career. NeNe settled the spat by telling Jimmy "I'm friends with both Andy and Donald. I've worked with Donald Trump for a long time, I've obviously worked with Andy Cohen, but NeNe Leakes started NeNe Leakes' career".
But the Real Houewives of Atlanta star did give props to both men for helping her. NeNe said she was grateful to Andy for giving her the amazing platform on RHOA and she shared that she was grateful because that's how Ryan Murphy discovered her (as did Donald), putting her on Glee and The New Normal.
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Adriana describes her style as "romantic and trendy" with the requisite "splash of sexy!" As for her style advice, she believes women should just accept themselves and be happy with who they are.
"Starting with the acceptance that NOBODY is perfect, but there is always some part of your body that is beautiful," Adriana shares. "So find out what it is and wear something that will bring attention to that. This way you can FEEL beautiful and when you feel beautiful, you look beautiful to others."
That said, according to executive producer John Stevens, BUCKWILD isn't all about the mud racing, body licking, squirrel hunting, reckless driving, and garbage throwing you've seen in the previews. (though that does sound lovely)
John says, "Look at any TV or movie trailer out there, and it will grab your attention with the most outrageous stuff. That's just a formula that broadcasters and movie companies have used forever. I don't think that's indicative of what the show is. BUCKWILD has a lot of wild moments to it, but I think it's got tons of heart, and I think you're going to see some really fun kinds of relationships."
MTV mirrors John's sentiment, stating, "The BUCKWILD cast's bond with family and friends is always at the core for this eccentric group where anything goes!"
It's that time of year again. You know what I mean… The time of year when the annual Dancing With The Stars casting speculation resumes in earnest.
We thought we'd help ABC out a bit by dropping some hints about which reality stars we absolutely need (ok want, but semantics, right?) to see strap on a shiny sequined leotard, drop the magical ten pounds, and prance their way into public humiliation whileDerek Houghgyrates them into a sequined disco ball statue.