Reality Tea

Nia Frazier - Dance Moms

Nia Frazier is the sweet-natured, hard-working fan-favorite on Dance Moms, even if her belligerent dance coach Abby Lee Miller doesn’t recognize her as the amazing person she is. 

Nia recently released her first music video, Star In Your Own Life, which she worked on with Aubrey O’Day, and she doesn’t care whether Abby likes it or not, because she’s proud of herself! Nia also shares she’s remained close friends with her former teammates and co-stars Paige Hyland and Chloe Lukasiak, and that all the girls on the show support each other despite Abby’s attempt to cause friction.


brandi glanville and kim richards hug

With her bestbestbestbestie friend in the whole-wide world in rehab, Brandi Glanville is speaking out in support of Kim Richards‘ and her struggles with sobriety, including her recent arrest. 

“I feel bad for her,” Brandi sympathizes, “It’s tough… I know every day’s a struggle.”

Brandi insists she tried to support Kim, but alas, her fellow Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star insisted her sobriety was fine although Brandi did see red flags


Courtney Stodden sex tape

In not so shocking news… Courtney Stodden‘s porn debut is on the horizon.

The former Couples Therapy star made a sex tape, it founds its way to Vivid Entertainment headquarters, and Steven Hirsch has offered Courtney big bucks for the rights to the tape. I can’t even snark about this. It makes me sad.

The only positive… Courtney‘s sex tape is a solo effort. No Doug Hutchison.


bethenny frankel to produce new show 'food porn'

Bethenny Frankel is switching gears from “professional reality star” to producer. She’s been hinting about working on a new television project for a while, and that new project is a cooking show called ‘Food Porn.’

FYI Network has greenlit the 14-episode series co-executive produced by Bethenny (who mercifully will remain behind the camera) and hosted by New York restaurateur and The Meatball Shop co-owner Michael Chernow. ‘Food Porn’ will build on the “cultural phenomena” of how social media and food have merged together to create an interactive world of cooking and eating. 

For each episode Michael Chernow will travel the country to find the most “buzzed-about food” and meet with those behind the most delicious online food posts. 


'Bruce Jenner: The Interview' with Diane Sawyer on ABC

Although both sides of Bruce Jenner’s family showed public support (tweets, interviews, soundbites) in the wake of his Diane Sawyer interview last week, things aren’t as hunky-dory as they may seem. (Are they ever!?) In the new issue of US Weekly, an “inside source” reveals, “It’s still Camp Jenner and Camp Kardashian, in a major way.” (On the Kardashian side are Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Rob, Kendall, Kylie, and Kris; on the Jenner side are Burt, Casey, Brandon, and Brody, Bruce’s kids from his marriages to Chrystie Scott and Linda Thompson.) Evidence of this divide may lie in the fact that the two camps have not come together in a joint statement, joint interview, or – US is told – even in a joint viewing of the original interview on TV last Friday. US reports, “In order to keep the peace, Bruce scheduled two separate viewing sessions for the 20/20 interview, one with his Keeping Up With the Kardashians family, and one with Scott and his four eldest kids, who appeared on the ABC special in a show of solidarity with their father.” 

Kylie and Kendall Jenner, the youngest of the Jenner children, and the “link” between the Jenner/Kardashian tribes in many ways, are reported to be struggling the most with Bruce’s public revelation. “The whole transition was much harder for the Kardashian kids and Kylie and Kendall,” a source tells PEOPLE. “It was hard to grasp. And there was a lot of lying to the kids over the years on Bruce’s part, even as close as they were. It’s going to take some time for the kids to get used to it all.” But one more clue of the disrupt between the families came in the form of a tweet from Burt Jenner, 36, who wrote, “Having a hard time not putting a few people on blast who were not supporters beforehand, but want to act like they were all along.” Hinting at the tension between the Jenners and Kardashians, one source tells us, “He [Burt] feels they’re [the Kardashians] only supportive now for publicity.” Burt has since deleted the tweet. 


Momma Dee taken to hospital after car accident

Momma Dee was in a car accident yesterday and was rushed to the hospital. The Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star was riding in an Uber through Atlanta when they were rear-ended in traffic. 

Momma Dee was in “severe pain” after the impact of the accident injured her back so she left the scene to go to the hospital – but NOT before getting TMZ on her iPhone for a little of-the-minute PR. #PRIORITIES #FameBeforeFeelingBetter


Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion

It’s time to roundup this week’s reality TV viewer numbersReal Housewives of Atlanta, Shahs of Sunset, Southern Charm, and Teen Mom were the only shows on Reality Tea’s list to see an increase in viewership this week. Part one of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion logged 3.382 million viewers, Southern Charm celebrated over one million viewers the first time this season, and Farrah‘s return to Teen Mom attracted 1.822 million viewers.

Not so lucky in the viewership department this week were Real Housewives of New York, Blood, Sweat, and Heels, Little Women: NY, and Million Dollar Listing New York. Real Housewives of New York managed 1.299 million viewers, but Blood, Sweat, and Heels, Little Women NY, and Million Dollar Listing New York all slipped under the one million mark this week.



Entertainment Tonight recently visited Terra Jole and Joe Gnoffo at home to check in on the little couple after the high-risk delivery of their baby girl, Penelope, on March 16. Terra and Joe have been documenting Terra’s pregnancy and her baby’s birth on Lifetime’s Little Women: Terra’s Little Family. Terra’s pregnancy was considered high risk due to the forms of dwarfism she and Joe have and the series has provided a glimpse into the fears and joys the couple has shared along the way. Facing health concerns like the risk of having a double-dominant child (a condition in which double-dominant dwarfism genes prove fatal for a newborn), the couple were overjoyed to welcome a healthy 6-pound, 2-ounce little girl this spring!

Penelope may face health concerns down the road; still, Terra and Joe hope for the best: “She doesn’t have any part of my dwarfism,” Joe told ET. “It’s all [Terra’s]. I’ve had a bunch of leg surgeries and scoliosis and stuff. We’re hoping that, because she’s just Terra’s type that she’ll be able to avoid that.” Terra added, “We don’t know in the future if she’s going to need leg surgery or back surgery. All of these things are very common with achondroplasia [a form of short-limbed dwarfism], but all we can do is give her the best life that she can have.” Terra is four foot, two inches tall and 90 pounds, which Penelope could grow to be as well.