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 daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite family photos from the past few weeks.
Listen people, Ken Todd never lived in Calabasas and he certainly never got into a physical altercation over some sidewalk demolishing…unless you believe Brandi Glanville on the first count and brothers Kevin and David Cazaref on the second. Poor Ken has just been sued by two construction workers for an alleged incident back in October…but given the fact he's a ridiculously wealthy and he sued them first, I'm a bit suspect about the entire situation.
The husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'Lisa Vanderpump has been dealing with the Cazaref brothers since he filed a lawsuit last year against them claiming extortion due to the same instance. I guess if you throw in a hot nightclub renovation, a Bravolebrity, and a jack-hammer, things are bound to go sour!
NeNe and Tony dropped by VH1's Big Morning Buzz to dish on all things DWTS and Housewives. I sometimes find NeNe a bit too full of herself, but that's also part of her charm, right? That is charm, isn't it? However, I love her rapport with Tony, and Nick just seems like someone fun to have coffee with first thing in the morning. It's a win-win!
The reality stars were seen filming segments in Central Park for their latest tasks, which indicates they're still on the show – at least as of yesterday. Despite what looks like drizzly, miserable weather, Kenya looks good and Brandi, too. Maybe it's the more "natural look" of not having perfect hair due to the dizzle?
I can't say enough times how excited I am to watch Kenya, Kate and Brandi on the show. In the past I've only watched little bits – like when Teresa Giudice was competing, but this season I'll be tuning in – at least until these three are fired. We're planning to cover this hot mess, so stay tuned! Check out the pictures from yesterday's task below.
Joyce begins her Bravo blog, "I can't believe it's finally the last Episode. So before I dive into my thoughts on tonight's Episode, I want to once again THANK ALL of you for the support, the love, encouragement, and the messages — as I love reading them."
Lisa begins, "Well, as we come to the final conclusion of this tumultuous season, I wonder have all the questions been answered? You have been promised and assured that the many things would come to light and the puppeteer would be exposed — if not in the season then maybe the reunion. Well I am sorry to disappoint, the endless angry diatribe was just that, a plethora of ridiculous comments and mindless accusations. Of course, we have all made mistakes, and that is the reason for this yearly debate — to work them out. I am mystified as to why certain Housewives have not honored their commitments with regard to blogging. Don't they want to hear what you have to say? Of course it takes time, but it is an opportunity to explain your reasoning — and it's your duty to to those who watch."
Of course we have to begin by rehashing the same regurgitated storyline about Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, and the cheating tabloids that never were. It's like Kyle forced Bravo to put in her contract that this matter must be discussed – at length – once per episode.