bookgate

Aviva Drescher

Aviva Drescher, one-part leggy blonde, one-part loopy (at least on reality TV), was watching the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion and was inspired to share some behind-the-scenes details from her own days as a Housewife.  

Remember #Bookgate? The feud Aviva had with Carole Radziwill, which began after Aviva accused Carole of secretly using a ghostwriter for her famous memoir, What Remains? Carole denied it, of course, but Aviva even named-names for this alleged ghostwriter. The Real Housewives Of New York star claimed to have heard this bit of gossip as the “word on the street.” But was it? Now she’s changing her story!  

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george blames carole radziwill for aviva drescher's firing on rhony

You would think since Aviva Drescher has moved on to a new reality show, she’d let go of all the drama from Real Housewives Of New York and toss it aside like yesterday’s leg news – not so! Her notorious father George Teichner is still reeling from Aviva’s firing – and blaming Carole Radziwill as the reason she got the axe! 

“The whole show is a phony!” George laments. “It is not comprised of real housewives. It should be called Divorced Housewives, Single Housewives or Non-Resident Housewives.”

George claims that it was Aviva who brought in all the ratings last season! Wait, I thought that was Ramonja? “They should have never let Aviva go,” George complains. “The ratings were at 2 million, then down to 1.3 million. And the only reason the ratings went up recently is because Aviva threw her leg.”

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carole radziwill

The Real Housewives of New York City's resident "normal" person, Carole Radizwill, was pushed to her limit recently by slanderous claims made by her costar, Aviva Drescher. I truly think that Aviva needs to lay off the cuckoo juice that she has recently been drinking. Or does she just live in a world where she believes if she says it, then it must be true. I was truly confused by her claims of Carole using a ghostwriter and how she wrote her own book and that it was easy, "like a long email'.

If you missed it, in last night's episode of the Real Housewives of New York City, Bookgate got into full swing when Aviva told every other cast member that she was told be her publishing house — which I am sure they are thrilled about — that New York Times Bestselling author Carole used a ghostwriter when she wrote her first novel, The Widows Guide to Sex & Dating. We were cutoff in the middle of Carole confronting Aviva — best line,"I was really happy for you when you got a book deal, but [comparing your writing to mine is] like apples and spaceships." — but thank goodness for Bravo blogs!

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