Bravo promises: “Whether they are business women soaking up the single life or married to the most established men in the city, these Australian bombshells will show no shortage of extravagance and high end drama. From glamorous cocktail parties to weekend getaways at exclusive resorts, sparks are sure to fly and the friendships and relationships are put to the ultimate test.” Meet the cast of Real Housewives of Melbourne and see a preview clip below.
If I can’t have a Caroline Stanbury spinoff, I hope the show returns, but with a few changes to the cast. Caroline can stay, of course, along with Juliet Angus. I enjoy Caroline and Juliet’s friendship. Marissa Hermer, a people pleaser who likes everyone, Julie Montagu, whose estate brings major travel porn to the show, Noelle Reno, a pot stirrer who likes gold, can stay. Annabelle Neilson seemed uninterested and checked out all season, so she can go, and I hope to never see Caprice Bourret again.
Bravo caught up with the Ladies of London, as it’s been nearly a year since they ceased filming, to see what they’ve been up to the past year, who are still friends, and which moment from the show they most enjoyed.
"British transplants David Parnes and James Harris are making a name for themselves with their crisp suits and smooth selling moves. The duo and their firm Bond Street Partners – part of Mauricio Umansky's company – are forces to be reckoned grossing over $120 million in sales last year. Their sly business sense and international prowess make them a threat," promises Bravo. "Josh Altman's sights are set on growing The Altman Brothers into a worldwide real estate empire, but a mounting rift between fiance Heather and brother Matt may make planning his wedding even harder to manage. Josh Flagg has enjoyed the splendors of being a top agent in Beverly Hills, but with a slew of agents on the rise, he is forced to protect his precious piece of the pie."
Season 7 of Million Dollar Listing LA kicks off Wednesday, August 20 at 9PM ET/PT. Meet the newbies, David and James, and see the cast photos below.
“Game of Crowns follows six pageant wives competing on the ‘MRS. CIRCUIT’ whose lives revolve around glamour, perfection, and winning at any cost. The cast includes Shelley Carbone, Lynne Diamante, Leha Guilmette, Susanna Paliotta,Lori-Ann Marchese, andVanassa Sebastian. From trophy wives to pageant moms, these ultra-competitive ladies share their love of the game and will stop at nothing to win pageants for beauty queen status. The ladies will compete to snatch the spotlight while viewers watch their intense preparation, which includes obsessing over the perfect swimsuit, working tirelessly with trainers, and honing their interview skills. How will the women settle their scores both on the stage and off?”
Game of Crowns premieres Sunday, July 13 at 9/8C on Bravo. Check out the cast photos and bios and the trailers below.
Heather begins her Bravo blog, "Let's get right into this…The email…When Tamra and I were at Fig & Olive having lunch, she told me that things weren't good between Shannon and David and told me that he had written her a bad email. When I left her I went to a dinner in the other room with a group of women. They asked me what happened at my lunch with Tamra. They were very happy to hear that we had made up because they knew how upset I had been about the breakdown of our friendship. They then asked if I had ever heard from Shannon after what happened at her holiday party weeks earlier. I said no, but apparently things weren't good with her and David and he sent her some funky email and let's give her a break. Basically, exactly what Tamra had said to me. Should I have said anything at all? Probably not. Was it said in a gossipy, malicious way? Definitely not. The conversation was no longer than a minute or two. Unfortunately, one of the ladies present texted under the table to her friend that this conversation happened. The person she texted is a lady friend of David Beador's which is how the story got back so quickly." Is it just me, or is "lady friend" a negative insinuation?
Andy Cohen is the ringleader when it comes to all things Housewives, not just the reunions. The former Bravo executive is the man we have to blame for our weekly obsession. It all started with an idea to go behind the gates of Coto de Caza and see how the other half live in the Real Housewives of Orange County.
Now we have multiple versions that we can watch a couple of nights a week, all year long. Thanks Andy!
But when Andy really shines is when he is trying to referee a housewives reunion or interacting with guests on his late night gab fest Watch What Happens Live!.
Andy recently opened up with a few snippets into what it is like to host a Housewives reunion, how he preps and what WWHL guest made him the most nervous.
Bravo has expanded its Million Dollar Listing franchise – my favorite – with Million Dollar Listing Miami. The hot new show kicks off Wednesday, June 25 – and I seriously cannot wait.
"With a surging market in South Florida, properties are selling for record rates and agents are cashing in on massive commissions like never before," says Bravo. "The mansions are bigger, high-rises are taller, amenities are more lux, and locals have access to amazing views, beaches, and a lifestyle unlike anywhere else in the world. Business can get heated as the brokers attempt to make a name for themselves and outshine their competition by landing the next big listing."
Million Dollar Listing Miami features Chad Carroll, Samantha DeBianchi, the franchise's first female agent, and Chris Leavitt. Check out the cast bios and photos and the trailer below.
Full disclosure: I set out to loathe Southern Charm. I anticipated watching like one would a train wreck. In the beginning, I did, but then something strange happened. It was as if the Who's Who of WhoovilleCharleston various towns throughout my great state were able to change this Grinch. At first I couldn't stand the thought of Thomas Ravenel, having once watched him make out at the table next to me in some oyster bar years ago. Then, strangely, I began to feel sorry for him, as he clearly just wanted to find love and a proper Senator's wife. Finally, he grew on me, much like a wart or some other weird skin abnormality, but grew on me nonetheless. I honestly think he's going to be an amazing dad.
That said, I guess I'm going to have to start following politics, because T-Rav isn't planning on any more Bravo stints. Instead, he's hoping to revamp his political career with the hopes that people will remember his time on Southern Charm more than they do the time he served in prison. T-Rav certainly has a colorful past, doesn't he? He's like a modern day Ernest Hemingway without the works of literary genius.