According to Lilly's friend Neama, Lilly needs to ditch the bikinis and be a lawyer if she ever wants to get married. Neama told Lilly "it's time to grow up" and "this is beneath you" and "nobody wants a Persian wife who designs bikinis." While the exchange initially left Lilly feeling confused, Lilly's blog reveals she definitely won't be practicing law anytime soon.
Asa is headlining the Persh-a-Pelooza (Bravo's spelling) because she fancies herself the Persian Pop Priestess. Reza gives Asa a citrine stone for good luck, and Asa likes its energy. Lovely. She'll be making citrine milkshakes next season. #staytuned
Reza ruins Asa's warm and fuzzy rock feelings by insisting she have dinner with GG. Asa says she's far too busy playing pop star and spreading her love energy to worry about GG, adding, "GG's malicious. She doesn't value anything. There's nothing human about her. I don't want people like that in my life." Reza is like, Asa, I gave you a rock! Asa is like, You play dirty. Fine. One second of anything slightly wack, I'm out. Deuces!
Asa needs to find the most perfect budget-friendly chakra-shattering diamond to make her diamond water. Diamonds are interesting little things. They contain vibrational energy that is the original energy from the creation of the world – and stuff. Asa meets with a diamond broker and puts her special brand of crazy right out there, saying, "I'm making beautiful diamond water infused with real diamonds." Diamond guy is like, Oh wow. Interesting. Let's go to the VIP room in the back. That's where we take our rich and/or cray cray customers.
When diamond guy brings out a small box of loose diamonds, the universe leads Asa to two envelopes. Asa holds a 9 1/2 carat diamond up to her forehead, feeling it with her third eye chakra, and says it feels amazing. Diamond guy tells Asa that this particular diamond – the most remarkable, vibrational, drinkable diamond on the planet -.costs $325,000. Asa is like, It's not that special, what else you got?
On Shahs of Sunset, Lilly Ghalichi said that she and her boyfriend Ali have been together since she was 19. However, her personal blog tells a slightly different story.
The Shahs of Sunset star explains, "I was the epitome of a good girl. I was an A+ student, a virgin, loved puppies, and I had never been drunk or done a hard drug in my life. He on the other hand was the epitome of a bad boy. Fast cars, loud jokes, owned night clubs as a hobby, womanizer, everything I didn't look for in a man."
Lilly goes on to write that Ali was "instantly obsessed with me (obviously) and we became friends." Two years later, they shared their first kiss and began dating on and off. "More off than on due to his not so boyfriend like behavior," shares Lilly.
Nevertheless, Lilly and Ali eventually became engaged and Lilly moved back to Texas (from California) to be with him. Lilly writes, "Well, that didn't last long lol. Old habits die hard, and many of his didn't die at all! Deep down he is truly a good man that loves me more than the World, but he had a lot of bad habits. So, we broke up, and for the first time in my life, I moved on for good."
While Mike slept off a few bottles of vodka, his dream of a drama-free weekend went awry. First, MJ and Lilly got snippy with one another, and then MJ and Asa traded nasty words and insults. When Asa called MJ a pill popper, MJ left the attack scene. To the camera, MJ said, "Asa asking me if I popped a pill… worst thing anyone has accused me of. Ever." Asa is all like, what did I do? and why is this all about me? That act is getting stale.
One hour later, Reza, Lilly, and Asa are hot tubbing it and Sammy and MJ are Cabo clubbing it. Asa tells Reza and Lilly that she feels bad about what went down with MJ. Reza laughs. Asa goes on to say, "When she attacks me, I feel bad for because I know her mom is crazy." Reza laughs. Reza thinks it's "his business" to make sure he "protects" MJ. Someone needs to look up "protect" in the dictionary. Lilly thinks the lines are blurred because the person who has the substance abuse problem is also the life of the party. Asa says, "We all think it's cute… and so MJ," to which Lilly adds, "That is not cute; that is a hot mess."
Our favorite reality TV stars can’t get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter 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 the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Shahs of Sunset star Lilly Ghalichi is obsessed with her own elegance processed pretty. When she's not talking about how fabulous she is on Shahs, she's tweeting her daily #ghalichiglam look. Ghalichi Glam consists of 20 pounds of someone else's hair, extreme makeup, tarantula lashes, and booby-showing designer dresses. That's glamorous? She looks like an over-priced blow-up doll.
And, just in case we fail to notice how skinny she is, Lilly tweets:
Lilly, your dog is precious. I really wanted to like you, too, butflaunting your emaciated body while bragging about eating junk and getting skinnier is not attractive. It's pretentious, moronic, irresponsible, annoying, sad…
TELL US – DOES LILLY POST IGNORANT STUFF TO PURPOSELY ANNOY PEOPLE? DO THEY TEACH THAT IN #FAMEWHORING 101?
Lilly Ghalichi has been, ummm… interesting, shall we say. And apparently she has a doublemint twin of her own who she slings Have Faith Swimgerie with. Seriously.
Lilly's BFF and business partner Jennifer Stano is dishing on why she isn't making an appearance on Shahs of Sunset and gives a little insider dirt on the world of competing reality shows. Maybe they need to start doing their own Olympics.
Jennifer was recently featured on the extremely highbrow TLC show "Secrets Of A Trophy Wife," because guess what – she is one! Go figure. I'm so sad I missed that riveting experience of watching this. #sarcasm.
Let's digest Jennifer's story as told on her personal blog below.
"Many of you have been asking me if they will be seeing me on Shahs with Lilly and if Lilly will be on the TLC special Trophy Wife. The answer is unfortunately no, and heres why. At the beginning of the year I was interviewed for Housewives of Beverly Hills [Real Housewives of Beverly Hills], made it to the network but was told I was too young for the already established cast, and I completely agree." I think "too young" was a nice way of saying too ridiculous and vapid. Just me? And because they knew classy Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster wouldn't touch her cheap weave and bad implants with a ten foot stemmed champagne glass. She seems like a better fit for RHONJ anyway!