After this week’s dramatic episode in which Holly believed Abby Lee Miller tried to shatter Nia’s dreams, she emotionally told cameras, “I cannot take this anymore. Not only do I deserve better, that little girl deserves better. She is a vicious and nasty, vile woman … That woman is insane! She’s crazy!” Holly continued to call out Abby on twitter – and she makes one thing clear: she is NOT backing down!
Nia has since recorded a single “Star In Your Own Life” with Aubrey O’Day (Celebrity Apprentice alum!) which Abby felt was the work of a traitor. In response she tried to sabotage Nia’s opportunity to record with Aubrey by blaming HOLLY’s behavior. Luckily, Aubrey did not take the bait.
Last night Life & Style held a party to celebrate their 10th anniversary and a slew of reality stars – past and present- turned out for the event.
The most shocking former celeb to see in attendance is the now-sort-of-reclusive Heidi Montag! And the biggest shock was that she’s almost looking like her old self again! Heidi reunited with some of her old Hills crew – Brody Jenner and Kristin Cavallari.
Aaaahhh…villains. Like in all things storytelling, no good tale works without a villain and a hero. And of course it's the villain who causes all the drama and gives the show its luster. Reality TV is the perfect place for a crazy, scheming, venomous nut job to crop up back stab, lie, and start trouble.
While the heroes get all the fans, the villains make the show. So here's to you, Reality TV villains. And without further ado, here is Reality Tea's list of Top 11 Reality TV Villains! There's just so many good ones.
Oh, Aubrey O’Day. Slowly back away from the tanning spray. STAT.
The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant headed to Vegas this weekend to host “Rehab Sundays” at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino looking like fifty shades of orange/bronze/brown/and some other color not found in nature.
She hit the red carpet in a risque and revealing swimsuit with a tiger on the front and showed off her sharp-pointed nails. Also joining her on the red carpet were her dogs, Mary Ann and Ginger. I don’t know about you, but I always bring my dogs along for a pool party at a hotel, don’t you? Especially while sporting dagger-like nails that could probably injure said puppies.
And that ring on the right looks like the engagement ring that Edward gave Bella in Twilight – only if they lived in New Jersey and their last names were Gorga and/or Giudice.
Oh, poor Clay Aiken. Always a reality show bridesmaid, never a reality show bride. For the second time, Clay proved he had the talent to take it to the end, but fell short. Again. At last he has his extremely devoted fans, the Claymates. And Clay will always have the best line of the season when he expertly described Aubrey O’Day climbing out of her momma’s womb and onto a stripper’s pole. For that, he will always live on in our hearts. Well, until the next troop of Z-listers comes around for Celebrity Apprentice.