You know who just doesn't give a flying flip what people think (and I love her so much for it!)? Mob Wives'Big Ang, that's who! The tanned and enhanced bartender gives the even-handed advice and tough love with her raspy smoker's voice on the VH1 hit, and she's always good for a hilarious one-liner.
When she's not keeping the peace, Ang enjoys tanning, smoking, cooking, tanning, fillers, plastic surgery, smoking, tatting, cooking, smoking, and playing with her pooch Louis…as in Vuitton. Now Ang can add another hobby to her list–piercing!
One SO SEXY party is just not enough! After throwing a big soiree in L.A., OK! had to show some East Coast love and throw a NYC-based one, too! And a few of our favorite reality TV drama queens showed up for the bash!
Sidenote: we know a lot of you are chomping at the bit, waiting for us to dish on Melissa's run in with the fine officers of New Jersey. We've got some inside explanation to what went down and will be sharing it later today!
Love has been talking it up on twitter, but hasn't given a concrete reason as to why she was handed her walking papers. Is it because she threatened to kill a lady or two? Love maintains she was actually fired by the production company Left/Right Productions.
Karen Gravano reveals that Love's termination had everything to do with Carla Facciolo refusing to attend the reunion if she had to come face-to-face with Love during the taping. “I think Love wasn’t invited because Carla pretty much spoke to VH1 about not showing up if Love was invited,” Karen shared with RadarOnline.
Last night's reunion host was none other than Dr. Drew, who admits to being a huge fan of the show. Sure he is, just like he DVRs Teen Mom 2… I wonder if the ladies scared off Joy Behar or if she just had a prior commitment. I'm actually shocked they didn't get John Salley to be a part of this VH1 debacle! Drew smugly talks about the drama from the season and explains that there is some Love (Majewski, that is) lost–because she won't be appearing on the reunion after getting booted from the show. We're treated to a highlight reel of Love's looniest confessions and outbursts. The woman sure loves to stab people!
Last night was the season finale of Mob Wives which focused on a throwback party for Drita D'avanzo. Not surprisingly, the women went out with a bang–and of course, a brawl! When it comes to Karen Gravano, Ramona Rizzo, Carla Facciolo, and Renee Graziano, I think the women have grown a bit since seasons past. For me,Big Angis always on point with her advice. As for Love Majewski, she seriously frightened me when she said she wanted to go "bath salts zombie face-eating" on Carla. Chills!
Ramona and Karen are shopping for some '80s clothes for Drita's birthday bash. While looking through the acid-washed jeans and sequins, they rehash Karen's pre-nup party. Karen promises her friend that she wasn't trying to bash her wedding with the party, and the two become concerned that Love is going to beat up Carla at Drita's party. Karen thinks she'll be able to wrangle her friend so the night won't end with someone in an ambulance and someone else in handcuffs…and she knows how bad a night like that is from experience!
Carla is meeting with her soon-to-be-ex-husband Joe so they can discuss their divorce proceedings. She's not as concerned about their break-up as she is about Love's gossip. Joe is floored to find out that Love thinks he and his father stole her angel wings logo. Carla tells him about Drita's birthday party, and he urges her not to get involved in the ladies' cattiness. After all, she's a mother! Joe gives good advice, but I'll be surprised if Carla actually heeds it.
We have sad news for Mob Wives fans! Love Majewski confirmed that she has been released by the show's producers and will not be returning for the next season. And to add insult to injury, Love was not invited to yesterday's taping of the reunion episode!
Love wants her fans to know that it's not VH1 who made the decision to let her go. She took to Twitter to share, "I appreciate everyone's support but please don't blame @VH1 they did NOT fire me,I enjoyed working with @vh1,I was let go by left/right [productions]."