In addition to his douchetastic interview on the after show, Mike took to his blog to share his thoughts on the reconciliation dinner.
“Jessica is my ride or die!” said Mike. “She was furious at the way my friends had been treating me lately – gossip, sh– talking, and making me feel secluded from the group. I would vent to her about how upset I was, fueling her fire. Then the fact that all of them knew GG [Gharachedaghi] was spreading rumors made us even more disappointed my friends never told me so I could approach GG and get to the bottom of it.”
I’ve been sinking into the warm, comfy chaise lounge that is Southern Charm since last season and, given the climbing numbers of viewers each week, so have a lot of us! With tonight’s episode looming before us (will Kathryn Dennis turn more hillbilly than femme fatale on T-Rav’s aging carcass? Will Whitney Sudler-Smith ever stop breastfeeding?), we take a look at SC’s resident southern charmer, Shepard “Shep” Rose, as he answers some questions on his latest Bravo blog. Alas, no spoiler alerts here, but plenty of “Oh, gorsh!” Shep reflections.
When asked about his birthday party, from with Kathryn took longer than Shep to recover, Shep says, “I had a blast at my party. Any party where I’m the center of attention is OK with me. Honestly I don’t really get bad hangovers; it’s a blessing and a curse.” He and his non-hungover self also finally moved into the house he’s been building all season: “My new house is great. I moved in in December. Got it all set up perfectly now.” When he says he’s got it set up, I think we can likely deduce that Shep’s mom, who has been buying and storing home goods for her dear boy since Laura Ashley stopped making floral wallpaper, actually did the dirty work.
But first, Kenya pointed out both the good and the bad about the reunions. As for the positive, she explained, “The reunion represents closure on all levels. I believe most women need closure.”
As for the negative aspect, Kenya shared, “Reunions are tough because you live through filming, then through seeing it on TV, and then again during the reunion. You can feel you have moved on from something difficult and then you have to discuss it and rehash it. I felt good about this reunion, because I have grown so much. I am stronger now and nothing or anyone can destroy me.”
Meri Brown just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary to Kody Brown, but instead of partaking in the rest of family’s jubilation over the milestone, she’s posting cryptic messages on social media about pain ending, joy coming, being a fighter, and finally seeing the light. Hmmm… I’m sensing that someone isn’t feeling the love. I’m also feeling that everyone else is trying to pretend it’s all fiiinne!
Meri’s barrage of escape and freedom-themed social media posts have us all wondering is she leaving Kody, the family, and Sister Wives!? Let’s hope!
Kody and Meridivorced in February, but to the public insisted the split was more about finances and logistics than it was about a lack of love. Her fellow sister wives insisted Kody and Meri remained “spiritually” connected.
The season three cast will include Lisa Nicole Cloud, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Quad Webb-Lunceford, Dr. Jackie Walters, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, and Toya Bush-Harris. “Jackie’s passion for health leads her to start a fitness program but heartbreak hits home when she must deal with a family member’s illness,” shares Bravo. “Simone’s practice is booming, but her personal life is about to implode when she dives into her past and figures out the root of her anger issues. Heavenly may bite off more than she can chew as an entrepreneur, relationship expert, dentist, and mother, but faces a daunting dilemma when her husband pressures her to spend more time at home. Toya is on a mission to prove that she is not just a doctor’s wife and helps Eugene take his medical concierge business to the next level. When Quad and Lisa run background checks on each other, the results reveal shocking transgressions that leave the two at odds.”
Notice who’s missing from the cast photo: Mariah Huq. Find out why below.
This is the story all about how, Real Housewives Of Atlanta got turned upside down. And I’d like to take a minute – just sit right there – to tell you how I became the princess of an African who isn’t really there.
In Hotlanta born and raised, married to money, living in debt was where I spent most of my days. Fillin’ out maxin out AmEx all cool and starting gossip outside The Bailey School. When a couple of unmarrieds who were up to no good started making trouble in my Housewives hood. I got in one little affair with an African, the bitches got loud and said I’m stealing your crown.
I yelled and threatened day after day, to drag her MISS- WHO-S-A title down in shame. So I packed my Firkin and sent us all on plane. Buzzin’ on moscato and throwing’ out shade, I snapped a pic on my iPhone, and said, “I might as well tweet it, but the friendships still fake.’
Like confetti on your clothes after a Lady Gaga concert, Bruce Jenner is in every crack and cranny you look in these days.Jenner has been all over news and gossip websites lately in the wake of his Diane Sawyer interview about gender identity, but now the February Malibu car crash Bruce refused to comment on during that interview is bubbling back up to the surface.
Kim Howe, who died in the crash, is survived by two adult stepchildren who are seeking restitution (Kim had no other living relatives). They are jointly filing a wrongful death lawsuit “claiming Bruce was ‘careless and negligent’ when he slammed into Howe’s Lexus on PCH back in February, causing it to careen into oncoming traffic where it collided head on with a Hummer,” according to TMZ. The crash itself is still being investigated by the LA County Sheriff’s Department who will send their findings to the LA county DA for possible prosecution, but sources say “it’s unlikely prosecutors will file.”