Aside from that one argument with NeNe Leakes, Claudia Jordan’stime on Real Housewives of Atlanta is easy to forget. After all, she was only on the show for one season. Even so, she says that she was asked to come back for more, but she still didn’t get that offer to hold a peach in the opening credits, i.e. a full-time spot as a Real Housewife.
Claudia explained why she left the show after she was offered the opportunity to be a “Friend of the Housewives” and threw some shade at her former costars.
Love him or hate him, it is pretty interesting that The Apprentice star Donald Trump went from being a reality TV star to a presidential candidate. It got me thinking about celebrities that I enjoy watching on reality TV who I would love to see run for president.
To make it clear, I don’t necessarily think any of these people should actually be president, just that it definitely would have been entertaining if we had them in the mix at some point during the nomination and election processes. Also, this list is meant to be a complete joke, so chill out with the political commentary and just have fun with the “what if” political possibilities.
Brandi Glanville continues her rampage of no accountability, no manners, and no classy behavior but she added in a dash of insightful political commentary! Appearing as a guest on The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro, Brandi dove into all the scintillating dramas of her life from Housewives, to lawsuits, to her new book, another former fling, and her opinions on Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign.
Brandi‘s guest is comedian Theo Von, but that’s irrelevant, as Brandi’s podcast is forever about Brandi. Also, in case you were wondering if she has changed since last season, Brandi brags about being “super drunk” last Thursday night.
Brandi reveals that she got rejected by Raya, a dating app for famous people. “They said no to me. I didn’t get accepted. All my friends got on it. They were like, ‘Not at this time.’ I went on my friend’s Raya because I wanted to see what I was missing,” admits Brandi. “I pretty much dated all the guys on there anyway.”
Andy said the number one question he got for Caroline was… would she ever return to Real Housewives of New Jersey? She said, “No.” Caroline said to Andy, “We’ve had this conversation. You’re better to answer that question than me.” Andy joked, “You always add a lot of zeros to it [the pay she’d accept].”
The network is moving forward with plans to restructure the show, which was recently renewed for a 15th season before Donald’s political aspirations severed his relationship with the network. NBC is hoping to find a replacement business mogul host (or hostess) who also has celebrity prowess.
Uh-oh… those hoping to see delusional C-list celebrities trying to revive their careers while vying for the ‘prestigious’ title of Celebrity Apprentice will have to focus all of their attentions on one delusional celeb: Donald Trump.
Sources reveal that while the conservative right-wing Donald focuses on a potential White House bid, that season 15 of Celebrity Apprentice is on hold.
Despite record ratings last season, which prompted the show to be renewed before that season finished airing, insiders for Mr. Trump say NBC is temporarily delaying production because it’s apparently a conflict of interest regarding the presidential run.