She tried to ask questions about the work at dinner with Bethenny’s team, but the editing team had to put subtitles over the jumbled, drunken words. That had to be so awkward for Bethenny to live and for both of them to watch. On top of that, Bethenny called Dorinda a “drunk” which is a big deal in general, let alone on a very popular reality TV show.
Andy Cohen even showed an “In Memoriam” segment for their friendship during last night’s episode of Watch What Happens Live. After Andy played that clip, he told Ramona, “You got very emotional watching that.” Ramona confessed, “I could cry almost because I was so close to Sonja and I don’t know if it will happen again or not.” So sad.
There’s messy, then there’s Sonja Morgan’s townhouse messy. There’s also Luann de Lesseps’ quickie-marriage-and-divorce messy. And even worse, there’s Dorinda Medley after 3 hundred and four martinis messy. As luck would have it, this week on The Real Housewives Of New York, we get to visit all three crumbling kingdoms in one 53-minute episode! And it’s pretty much as cuckoo as one would expect. But here’s the clincher: We come full circle to a tender moment at the end, which peels back another layer of this group’s continually evolving dynamic.
Tinsley Mortimer is back from being stalked/surprised by Scott whisking her off to Chicago, so she wants to spill all of the giddy details to Carole Radziwill over breakfast. Carole isn’t in a good place with Adam, though. He’s apparently met someone else – someone who will actually admit dating him? Because Carole sure as hell wasn’t up for that sh*t. But she’s not up for him dating anyone else either. Essentially, Carole claims Adam didn’t want to break up, so she just accidentally “slipped back into a relationship” with him. But now? It’s OVAH! So it sounds like there will be no more slipping back into anything, anywhere, anytime from now on.
There’s no denying that Luann de Lessepsis just a gift that keeps on giving. The Real Housewives of New York star could not be boring if she tried. It makes perfect sense that her Season 10 tagline is “The most interesting people make the best headlines.” Making the best headlines is something that happens pretty often for Luann.
Even though her Christmas Eve arrest happened months ago, there are still new details coming to light. This time it’s from Luann herself. She theorizes that she might have been drugged at some point that day.
“I’m not a grudge holder,” declares Luann, “and I’m able to forgive (and sometimes forget). My inner peace is more important to me than focusing on the past; this is why you saw me chat with Missy (yes, THAT Missy) and tell her that the man was the problem, not her!”
In her blog Carole breaks down Tinsley Mortimer‘s fall into a death trance upon sighting Scott, Bethenny’s two-faced antics, and why she finally decided to put her big girl panties on and invite Luann de Lesseps for a sobering tea.