Andy plays clips from Kristen Doute‘s comedy sketch and asks Ariana for her thoughts. She very diplomatically says, “I think it’s cool when people work hard on their thing and put it out there. It’s a harsh world out there, so there’s going to be some positive and there’s going to be some negative opinions.”
The first caller dives right in and asks about the “golden shower” rumors, Porsha answers, “yeah, someone asked me about that. I was on a press tour and was like ‘what?!’ I don’t know, it’s a drinking a game, people say true and false things, I don’t know.” Andy wants her to clarify, “so that wasn’t true?” Porsha replies, “I mean, I don’t get peed on. Let’s just make that clear.”
During a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, Andy Cohen was doing what he could to set up Stassi Schroeder with Timber Creek Lodge star Mark Milburn. And to be honest, it really didn’t seem like he was off base. They’re both attractive Bravo stars and they had a lot of matching answers when Andy quizzed them on various dating preferences. So did they actually end up going out?
It would be pretty cool if Stassi and Mark ended up dating, especially since Andy set up Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg during an episode of WWHL and they are now happily married. Plus, it’s rare for Stassi to be single, so I feel like it’s not going to last for long. Still, even though they had a lot of the same answers during Andy’s game, that might not do it for Stassi. She seems to be pretty picky, but then again she dated Jax Taylor for years, so what the hell am I talking about?
When called a buzzkill on the Montauk trip, Scheana says “Seeing it now all edited together, definitely. At the time I thought it was just a no here and a no there, but yeah, sorry.” Stassi says, “it was a no everywhere.” Scheana apologizes.
On tonight’s episode of Watch What Happens Live, Cynthia gave her two cents on Matt and Kenya‘s relationship, “Well, everything that we saw on the show is real. I just feel like the relationship has just gotten unhealthy and I want them to go their separate ways.”