Lilly and Dhar travel the world. Dhar dreams of kids. Lilly dreams of diamonds. Dharproposes to Lilly, thankfully with a HUGE diamond, and Dhar and Lilly plan a wedding. The only not-so-classic part of this story is, this all happens in less than three months.
Three days, three months, or three years, Lilly insists it doesn't matter. "When you now, you know," she says. "You can know someone for ten years and still not be sure if they're the one for you, and you can know someone for ten days and know you want to spend the rest of your life with them."
Lilly adds, "Dhar is so incredible, I feel like the luckiest girl to have him."
Season four of Shahs of Sunset is a go – but whether Lilly Ghalichi, last season's outcast, will return remains to be seen. Maybe she will score her own show to feature her bubbly personality and successful business, Have Faith Swimgerie. Or maybe Lilly and her fiance, Dhar Mann, will star in a show about medical marijuana. I'm not kidding.
Turns out Dhar, who recently proposed to Lilly with a 15-carat diamond after only two months of dating, wants to be a reality TV star. In 2011, he shared, "I personally have always wanted a reality show cause I just think that my life is somewhat appealing to watch." Dhar pitched Hempire, a reality show focused on his personal life and his marijuana business, weGrow.
The pear-shaped diamond is so crazy big we thought it was an April Fool's day joke. We weren't the only ones, so Lily came back to add, "For those of you that think it's an April Fool's joke, so did at first I when Dhar got on one knee!! That was his whole plan, he's so funny, romantic, and crazy like that."
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 photos from this week! Enjoy!
Above: Jill Zarin asks, "What do you think of this dress? Hot or not?"
Disclaimer: Lilly shared the news just minutes into April Fool's Day. There were a few reasons we thought it was a joke – mainly Lilly and Dhar have only known each other for two months and the ring is almost as big as a hamster. But, if it's a joke, the "gotcha" has yet to come.
His name is Dhar Mann. Hedescribes himself as an entrepreneur with eyes on the prize and loves to show off his jet set life. Dhar is the founder of a real estate company, a luxury car rental company, and a store that sells supplies for the cultivation of medical marijuana. Cha-Ching!
Since early February Lilly and Dhar have traveled to New York City, Paris, San Francisco, and Singapore. The lovebirds are currently in the Maldive Islands. Lilly and Dhar have shared pictures every step of the way. Yes, there's a ton of kissy face shots, but the travel porn makes it worth it. Trust.
Part two of the Shahs of Sunset reunion was not nearly as explosive as part one but there were a few moments worth discussing. So my favorites revolve around Lilly Ghalichi andMercedes "MJ" Javid's crazy mom Vida, but MJ saying that only Persians have to deal with responsibilities like working, caring for pets, cooking, and cleaning definitely deserves a shout out. What. A. Twit.
To kick things off,Andy Cohen revisits Reza Farahan attacking Sasha earlier this season. Reza claims he's sorry then starts in with his "woe is me" excuses. He says Sasha talking about the Iranian Revolution set him off, adding, "None of them can understand how that makes me feel – I am someone who suffered for 40 years because of the crap they did in Iran. My name is Reza and I look like this. My name is not Lilly. My name is not Mike. My name is Reza and I look like this. I am as Persian as Persian gets when you look at me."
Andy is like, how does that justify insulting Sasha? Andy insists FOB (fresh off the boat) is a hateful thing to say to someone. Reza and MJ disagree. MJ calls it mere teasing. Andy reminds them that Reza made fun of Sasha's accent also. Reza says, "Absolutely!" MJ adds, "It's really annoying." Two peas in a pod.