Never one to keep her opinions to herself, Heavenly took to her blog to offer her Married to Medicine co-stars her own special brand of advice. I'd rather walk blinged-out pups down a runway than listen to Dr. Heavenly's advice or voice. Trust, that's saying a lot, as I am not a fan of little dogs.
There isn't much to report on this week's reality TV viewer numbers. The shows either remained steady or gained a handful of viewers – no big losses, which is good, because most of these shows can't afford to lose any fans. On Sunday, Kandi's Wedding saw a season high with 2.557 million tuning in to see Kandi's bachelorette party, and Married to Medicine garnered 1.706 million viewers.
In a recent interview with Jasmine Brand, Quad claimed that she is over it.
"I don't want to talk about it as much as it has been discussed but people knew us for being like this, she was a person that I just completely adored," insistedQuad. "Completely adored. Loved her. Loved, loved, loved her. You had better not said anything about Mariah last year, honey, I would’ve snapped your neck two times for Mariah. I really would have because I looked at her like the sister I never had. It is really just unfortunate to see where we are today."
This week's reality TV viewer numbers report is nothing but bad news. As I predicted, Married to Medicine lost a ton of viewers without Real Housewives of Atlanta's lead-in. Only 921,000 watched Dr. Heavenly's shady dinner party this week. That's down 642,000 since last week and almost 1.5 million since the season two premiere.