Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
Aside from RHONY specifically, it has been hard to find reality TV scenes that top those in the most general sense. So I am always down for Kelly to make a return to RHONY – not that I have any power or influence over the casting process at Bravo. Since I have no way of getting in touch with Kelly Bensimon myself, I am happy that someone else has asked her about making a return to the reality series.
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I would hate to be on Carole Radziwill‘s bad side. As a writer, she really knows how to deliver the most cutting digs and throw the best shade. And now that she and Bethenny Frankel are at BFF status, she is not just defending herself: she’s also going to bat for her girl Bethennyduring this season of Real Housewives of New York City.
This season of Real Housewives of New York City pretty much just started and it’s already chock full of drama. There is so much going on that the drama is overflowing onto the blogs and social media pages. This is the kind of season that I was hoping for! There is really so much tension this season. Just when it seems like two of the ladies have made amends…someone backtracks to beef about the one or two words in the apology that didn’t sit well with her.
It may have seemed like Bethenny Frankel was cool with Luann de Lesseps and Jules Wainstein after the latest episode, but that was until she saw what was said behind her back and during the on-camera interviews. Now, Bethenny is pretty offended and she she sounded off in her blog.
The standout moment from last night’s Real Housewives Of New York was that nearly every woman wore the exact same dress to Ramona Singer‘s birthday lunch. We’re no longer fighting for control of Ramona Blue, it is now Ramona Red!
Dorinda Medley meets Carole Radziwill for dumplings. Of course, the real reason for this feast is to discuss everything that went down in the Hamptons at Jules Wainstein‘s Joker’s Funhouse of Construction Deathtraps. Carole says it was an awkward vibe, but surprisingly admits that she and Bethenny Frankel behaved badly.
Suddenly, careening through the door in a gold leather jacket, like The Flash (if he lingered a whisper of pissiness and perfume), is Jules. She plops down – I never even had time to notice if she ate or not because she talked so much and so fast about the terrible impression Bethenny’s abrasiveness has given her.
There was virtually no comic relief during the entire episode. It was just one drama after another after another. No one has a good time like Sonja, so where was RHONY‘s most fun cast member? Sonja clears that up in her latest blog entry.
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NeNe Leakes was invited to the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner – and she was front and center for the pre-parties, the after-parties and the dinner itself. We have all of wardrobe changes in the gallery below.
Bethenny Frankel and Eric Stonestreet turned out to support Eric’s Modern Family co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson at the opening night party for “Fully Committed” on Broadway.
But Jules has high praise for Countess Luanne deLesseps, who she deems to be “nothing but sweetness.” Oh, newbie housewife! Beware of first impressions…they evaporate quickly in the face of narcissism and delusion! Jules reflects on Bethenny’s “birthday tailgate” party first: “Here we are in the Hamptons, my home away from home. I ‘m loving that John and Dorinda [Medley] were with us that weekend, because we had such a great time having them; tons of fun, laughs, and an all-around good time as always. We are all here to celebrate Bethenny’s birthday on Saturday, a tailgate-themed party, and I always love a good festive theme. The party was very well done, every ‘I’ was dotted and every ‘T’ crossed, yet the energy was off.”