Million Dollar Listing New York season three kicks off tomorrow and Ryan Serhant sat down with us to chat about what we can expect (a war) and gives us the exclusive news that his girlfriend will be appearing on the show this season!
I always love my job here at RT. What better way to get away from my day job than to pour a glass of wine or three and spend the evening with my favorite reality stars? Of course, yesterday, I loved this job more than normal as I got to have my morning coffee with none other than the star of Bravo's Million Dollar Listing: New York. That's right, I spent some time chatting with Ryan Serhant. Be jealous. It's only natural! 😉 If you're like me (and I know most of you are!), you're waiting anxiously for the third season of MDL: NY which premieres tomorrow night, April 2nd, at 9 PM ET/PT.
Happy Carolina Day, y'all! I hope you all celebrate appropriately come June 28th! On last night's Southern Charm, J.D.'s party was the culmination of Kathryn Dennis making her way through all the guys on this show save for the one guy who truly liked her from the start. Poor Craig Conover. He never had a chance! Too young and too poor…not to mention the fact he's from Delaware. A tragic combination all around!
As the episode begins, Kathryn has made good on her promise from last week of cooking breakfast for Thomas Ravenel, and the pair discuss what dress she should get to accentuate her "beautiful physique" for J.D.'s fete. She wonders if the new couple should be worried about the opposition they will face at the upcoming party. T-Rav loves the potential in his new lass. She's smart and funny and really, really young.
"The first time I got married to Gregg we were really stuck on attraction," says NeNe. "Our relationship started to really fizzle. We were not seeing eye to eye and we were arguing all the time. That doesn't work for me. I'm a really good communicator, like, I like to talk about everything. Gregg – not so much. For a long time we were not even speaking. I never stopped loving Gregg, so when we broke up, the connection was still there."
NeNe adds, "Gregg Leakesssss, this Rumba is for you. There is a little bit of grinding, honey, but don't worry. You know I'm coming home to you."
In her latest Bravo blog, Snarlton explains that dealing with Splits is pointless. "I refuse to start a shouting match with this grown woman who is overbearing and who is obviously extremely angry. What's the bloody point when she wouldn't allow me to answer any questions but just shouted over me?" Carlton complains.
"When a person can call me such horrific names like anti-Semetic, compares my religion and symbol to serial killer Richard Ramirez, and then immediately admits that she did know what a pentagram looked like — why would I deal with such a vile being?" Carlton questions.
We've got your hottest reality star pics so far this week!
La La Anthony was looking fabulous as she promoted her new book at Barnes & Noble in Atlanta.
Gia Giudice headed off to L.A. (just in time for the weekend earthquake!) to attend the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards with a friend. Gigi Hadid was also in attendance. Free tix for all the Housewives kids, apparently!
In her call to Atlanta's 911, Kenya is very calm and sedate as she requests that police be dispatched to the Biltmore Hotel for an assault. She tells the operator thatPorsha hit her in the head and that Porsha was trying to fight her and hitting her. At the time she made the call Porsha was still in the building. She tells them she doesn't need medical care, but wants the police to come to the third floor to take the report.
Johnny Depp gets it. The actor is out promoting his latest flick and was asked to give his take on reality TV. He didn't go off on some superior tangent about it; he acknowledged that we're all a little obsessed with it and tried to explain why.
“People get famous now for I-don’t-know-what. People have reality shows because they’re a Hollywood socialite, and these things become very successful and they generate a shitload of money for the company. And it’s multiplying, to where you’re literally looking into your next door neighbor’s bathroom with reckless abandon. It is like watching a fire. You can’t take your eyes off of it.”