It’s the best of both worlds: she gets the perks of being a Reality TV star without the invasion of privacy and scandals. I don’t know how she gets away with that, but good for her.
When it was announced that Southern Charm stars Kathryn Dennis and Craig Conover would be on Watch What Happens Live, the fans wondered if they would address the sexual assault allegations against their costar and the father of Kathryn’s children Thomas Ravenel.
No one from the Southern Charm cast had commented on it at that point, but Andy Cohen asked about it right out of the gate.
Our lovely recapper, Lauren, is temporarily unavailable, so I’ll be your pinch hitter this week for Southern Charm – or as it’s come to be known in some circles: Men In White Pants Behaving Badly. This season seems like it’s all about turning the tables on the good ole’ boys club, what with Naomie Olindo facing off with JD Madison, and Kathryn Dennis finally getting her very own #GirlSquad. While some of the “boys” are learning their lessons – or hiring their Uber driver as a life coach – others are shacking up with perpetually DEHYDRATED people like Ashley Jacobs.
We begin at Craig Conover’s home, where he’s calling up a life coach he found on the Google Machine. He’s ready to stop eating chicken fingers for breakfast (wtf was that on his counter!?) and get his newly coached arse in gear. Cameran Eubanks is getting ready for her baby girl by shopping with her mom – and accusing her of dropping her on her head when she was a baby. Um. Well, it all worked out in the end, so no worries.
Shep admitted that he doesn’t watch Vanderpump Rules and Jax admitted that he doesn’t watch his own show or Southern Charm. Nevertheless, they both had a lot to say about the drama on each other’s shows.
The cast of Southern Charm has truly stepped up its game this season- at least for the most part. As per usual, everyone is bleeding out for the show and opening up about their personal lives except for narrator Cameran Eubanks, who just comments on everyone else’s drama while keeping her own life under wraps. Nevertheless, the show is really on point this season.
One major reason for this reason’s entertainment value is the anger of post-breakup Naomie Olindo. She is calling out the good ole boys of Charleston whenever she can. She has a major ax to grind with ex-boyfriend Craig Conover and (kind of, sort of cast member) JD Madison. She is giving us the most talked-about moments- by far.
This season of Southern Charm is shaping up to be a battle of the sexes, especially after so many breakups. Naomie Olindo came for JD Madison during the last episode and accused him of cheating on his wife with Elizabeth Madison with 20-year-old women.
JD stormed out from the dinner and now Elizabeth is speaking up on Twitter….but surprisingly enough it’s in JD’s defense, not her own or Naomie’s. Their relationship status is very murky, but she does have his back against Naomie.
Behold, another roundup of Instagram photos from your favorite reality stars. And some reality stars you can’t stand, but either way – there are photos!
Below you’ll find photos of NeNe Leakes responding to the latest roach-infested Real Housewives Of Atlanta drama with Kim Zolciak, Real Housewives Of New York star Bethenny Frankel continuing her awesome charity mission for hurricane relief – this time in Puerto Rico, Terra Jole catching up with Little Women LA friends, plus Kail Lowry and the other Teen Mom 2 stars sharing photos of their children, and many more!
Well, Well … what have we here [insert a JD Madison cackle here]. It turns out that Gentry Bar & Grill, the restaurant owned by the Southern Charm extra and BFF of Thomas Ravenel, and often featured on the show, has closed! Even worse: JD has been evicted from the premises and served a lawsuit for unpaid rent. If there were ever time for a bourbon…
JD, legally John David, owes $163,000 in unpaid rent to the King Street building’s owner. Initially initially made an agreement with the landlord to hand over $144,844 – the full past due balance – by Aug 25, but failed to deliver, which resulted in the lawsuit.