You’d think after enduring one of the longest and most drama filled seasons of Dance Moms (and that’s saying a lot for Abby Lee Miller and her nemeses!), we’d have a longer break between installments, right? Oh, who am I kidding? I can’t wait for the madness to return on Tuesday!
This go-round, Abby seems to have grown tired of pitting poor Maddie against all of her teammates, and she’s now focused on putting her original team against her new group of competitors. You know what that means…veteran, snarky, territorial moms versus new, fame hungry moms who have seen first hand what they need to do to make themselves–and their children–a household name, no matter what the cost. It certainly makes for entertaining television, doesn’t it? (until Child Protective Services gets involved)
Check out the trailer of the upcoming premiere below!
About her acting roles, Farrah said, “I’m kind of staying closer to roles that are Christian-based.” Um, apparently, “kind” and “of” were the operative words.
No one’s favorite Teen Mom brat turned Backdoor Teen Mom star has been cast as a “crazed evangelical Christian hellbent on beating the word of God into anyone who turns a deaf ear to it” in the slasher movie Axeman 2: Overkill.
Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller had a line of fans waiting to meet her and a book signing and Lisa Vanderpump filmed some scenes for RHOBH with husband Ken Todd. Also spotted: LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian doing interviews to promote their (epically failing) show.
Charmed fans unite! E! News is reporting that Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs are bringing their real-life friendship back to the small screen in a new reality show with a twist on Off the Map with Shannen & Holly.
Shannen and Holly — who played sister witches for three seasons on Charmed, until Shannen left the show amidst rumors of a feud with Alyssa Milano — are embarking on a cross country road trip and it will all be documented for a brand new Great American Country reality show. But what makes this show different from when Oprah and Gail King did the same thing? Viewers get to pick and choose Shannen and Holly’s activities as they work their way across the South.
This episode begins with a romantic date night at home that Eddie has planned. Eddie explains that the kids are with “their mother” and LeAnn is having some friends come in to town tomorrow, so he wanted to spend some quality time with her on this night. I couldn’t help but notice that Eddie can’t seem to bring himself to say “Brandi,” when referring to his children’s mother. Maybe LeAnn doesn’t allow it. He says he loves to do date nights at the house so they can avoid all of those pesky paparazzi issues. LeAnn talks about her upcoming girl’s night and Eddie says he needs a guy’s night. She asks what for? Like strippers and stuff? To which he jokingly questions, “Why would I want to give money to some strippers that I can’t even touch?” Hookers sounds more appealing to him.
Drama queen, thy name is Leah, lives to share vague, negative thoughts on Twitter. Her latest bender included “this is one battle I will NOT back down from, and the bitterness to come will not be on my hands” and “any action is often better than no action, especially if you have been stuck in an unhappy situation for a long time.”
Leah‘s fans instantly assumedshe and Jeremy Calvert were having marital problems. Because, Leah. The mom of three denied it, tweeting, “Jeremy and I are perfectly fine.” But Leah’s latest chat with her tabloid of choice sings a much different tune.
On last night’s episode of Don’t Be Tardy, it’s a sunny day in HOTlanta while Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann are enjoying an afternoon playing with the kids in their driveway. This could be my favorite scene of the episode as I adore seeing the family having a leisurely time WITHOUT technology. Brielle begs Kim to take the Range Rover out for a spin and she is brutally denied and downgraded to the gold Honda because she’s already banged up the expensive cars. I take that back, I actually love and appreciate this segment the most. Good for Kroy and Kim not catering to Brielle’s whining.
Later that day we see Kim and Sweetie chatting about dieting or rather, not dieting as Sweetie enjoys her miniature salad (yeah, where was the dressing? Dry salad is my idea of what meals would be like in Hell.) and she imparts a few words of nutritional wisdom onto Kim. Kim is having none of it – unless the advice is topped with Reese’s Pieces and Skittles. Kim’s idea of lunch consists of cookies and cakes and what the?? Are we 10 years old? I love me a good Sprinkles cupcake once in a while, but not seven of them for dinner.