I think most of us can agree that it’s about darn time that Bethenny Frankel used some of her bajillions of dollars to enlist some public relations help in regard to her image. The once former, now returning, Real Housewives of New York star has always been a polarizing force in her spin-offs, her contentious divorce, a short-lived daytime talk show, and just her personal life in general.
After bidding farewell to the reality show that made her a household name, the skinny liquor maven is returning in the upcoming season, but Bethenny has hired some help in hopes of making herself more likable to viewers. How does one get that job?
“I think it’s great that Bethenny came back,” the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star explained on WWHL’s After Show. “It’s hard when you keep changing the recipe, and I’m curious – I wanna know what everyone’s doing from when I started to watch the show.”
Andy starts right out by sharing that Bethenny is coming back to the show at a time in her life when she’s suffering from two huge failures – of her marriage and her talk show. Ouch. She says “Yes. I don’t really view them as failures. I don’t think of them that way. I don’t think of them as successes, don’t get it twisted, but I don’t think of them that way. I think of them as experiences. And I really can’t compare the two, they’re very different experiences.”
Dang – does he have his own parking spot at the Passaic County Courthouse? Probably – and guess what, he can use it because Juicy gets to keep his driver’s license even after taking a plea deal in his fraud case which stipulated he wasn’t legally able to drive. #Winning
Andy Cohen has scored his very own channel on SiriusXM satellite radio.
Radio Andy, the name of the channel, will broadcast 24/7 entertainment news, including a weekly radio show hosted by Andy. “This will be the radio extension of my love for pop culture – everything high and low,” announced Andy. “[It will feature] mainly talk from a curated group of celebrities and pop culture fanatics that I love and admire, with some music.”