Let us all take a moment and let us mourn the friendship of our favorite ladies from Atlanta — Cynthia Bailey and NeNe Leakes…
Is it just me or did it seem like these to were friends at the end of the season? There was that whole NeNe calling Cynthia's husband, Peter Thomas, a B—t, but didn't NeNe's husband take everyone to dinner and they made up after that?
Maybe I missed something? But I was shocked that during the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion — I think it was brought up in all three parts — that NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey are no longer friends. So what happened?
So the train wreck that is True Tori is going to end without a resolution? Seriously!?!? Well at least according to producers that is exactly what is going to happen.
Executive Producer Robert “Bobby” Sizemore, recently sat down with In Touch and what he said is shocking and completely expected at the same time. Shocking because he admitted that long before the show is set to air it's last episode. If nothing is solved, why watch? To hear them bicker, no thanks!
Expected because he reasons that Tori Spelling has to start filming another series. If this was real life and not acting out a fake scenario for publicity, couldn't the cameras still be there?
Has it been whole year already? It probably has felt like a life time for Jenelle Evans, as she's been waiting all of this time to divorce Courtland Rogers so she can marry her latest baby daddy Nathan Griffith. Jenelle should be the Teen Mom poster child for good decisions…oh wait, that position is already being held by Farrah Abraham.
Jenelle has patiently waited out North Carolina's one-year separation period for a no fault divorce. Needless to say she was a very busy girl in that year, but still…her day has finally arrived!
Is it true? Has the day really come? Can I finally stop talking about the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion? I mean, how many hours of this three-ring circus have we been subjected to? What was last night hour 475? I chugged a 5 Hour Energy drink vodka soda and settled in for two hours of she-said/she-said-you're dumb-annnnd now here comes the husbands! Oh and the husbands, they sure showed up. Or at least Apollo Nida did. He was gunning for Kenya Moore's title as Queen of the Krazies!
Of all the things that happened last night it was the deafening silence of Kenya in the wake of Phaedra Parks' atomic bomb of verbal destruction. At some point, Kenya, realizing she had not a friend in the eaves, gave up. She just resorted to the silent game, but it was because she was trying not to cry.
Kenya can match any of these broads with her outlandishness, wild accusations, and sheer commitment to getting the job done. NeNe Leakes is easy – she's all loud buffoonery and nebulous threats. Kandi Burruss is just gonna say her bit – loudly – and then get teary eyed, but nobody hates Kandi enough to truly come for her. Cynthia Bailey perpetually wears an expression that says, 'Please don't kick me – I'm already down!" there's no satisfaction in gunning for her. And Porsha Stewart, well, she just gets louder and wilder and self-destructs on a comical level. But Phaedra… Phaedra does not shake.
Should we start calling Kim Kardashian Mrs.West? The rumors started last week when TMZ reported that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her rapper beau obtained a confidential marriage license. The 'confidential' part meaning that the officiant from the courthouse comes to them. Could you imagine the circus that would happen if these two went down to the courthouse themselves? Insanity!
Regardless, with the marriage license in-hand, the rumor was that they were going to have a very quiet, intimate wedding in California. So did they?
I'd bet that one of the best things about being a reality star who decides to write a book is that you already have a built in audience. Seriously, has a reality star ever "written" a book that hasn't ended up on the New York Times Bestseller List? Remember when that recognition was reserved for esteemed authors and not real housewives?
The latest reality star to achieve this honor is Teen Mom 2'sKailyn Lowry with her recently released memoirPride Over Pity. Y'all know Farrah Abraham is seething (and organizing a totally impromptu outing that will somehow, someway be documented by paparazzi she didn't realize were in the area…) over this piece of news!
A rapper being ashamed of how he was portrayed on Love & Hip Hop? Is that even a real thing? Most of the guys on the show end up looking like total cheating, violent d-bags, but they keep coming back for more, season after season. Not so for Saigon after his first–and reportedly last–go-round on the show.
As y'all recall, Saigon's story line ran the gamut from screaming at his child's mother and accusing her not being a good parent to seeking couples counseling to be a better communicator and father. Of course, that all backfired at the reunion amid his cussing and disrespect towards Erica Jean. The pair will be appearing on an upcoming episode of Iyanla Vanzant's Fix My Life, but that's the extent of Saigon's budding reality career. He doesn't like his edit from his inaugural season, and he won't be returning. Are we to assume that he takes the slightest bit of responsibility for his behavior or that it was all Mona Scott Young's fault?
Even though your DVR claimed there was a two hour season finale of Real Housewives of Atlantatonight, it was really just an hour and thirty minutes long, topped off with an episode of Watch What Happens Live. Sneaky way to again claim RHOA's ratings as WWHL ratings, too? Anywhoo… Andy sits down one-on-one with Porsha Williams to chat about the reunion brawl with Kenya Moore and her abuse claims regarding Kordell Stewart and she calls Kenya out for lying about being the first black Miss USA winner.
Porsha says she's been in contact with Phaedra, Kandi and NeNe since everything went down, but she hasn't heard from Cynthia.
Andy wants to know what her cast mates had to say to her. "Phaedra was just really upset. These girls know me now at this point. I've been their friend for two years straight, so for them to see me act completely out of character and let Kenya win like that. That was the main thing, I was sorry that it had to reach that point, I was sorry that that was my reaction, but more than that I was sorry that I gave her the power to make me go and do something like that."