We are kicking off this week’s social media pics roundup with two fan favorites, Jeff Lewis and Dorinda Medley. Dorinda shared the snapshot above on Instagram, adding, “Nothing like catching up with Jeff Lewis over a meal to start off my LA trip on the right foot!”
Check out this week’s reality star sightings … so far! Chef Curtis Stone and his wife, actress Lindsay Price, attended the grand opening party for WeVillage in Los Angeles.
Many reality stars were on the red carpet for the NBC Universal Summer Press day in L.A. Some of the cast members of Real Housewives of Potomac: Karen Huger, Gizelle Bryant and newbie Monique Samuels, as well as the new season’s members of Famously Single, including Ronnie Magro-Ortiz and Dorothy Wang. And we can’t forget Botched stars Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif!
Lisa Rinna and her family turned out to support Erika Jayne at the Dancing with the Stars premiere party.
Also spotted out and about: David Foster, Scott Disick, Kelly Bensimon and more.
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Who would have thought, all those long years ago, that Terry and Paul would be the breakout stars of Real Housewives Of Orange County and Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, going on to spawn their own reality TV empire by fixing people and their plastic surgery. Botched has since spawned spinoffs, tours, and so much more – including new episodes this season.
A new roundup of reality TV stars social media pics to kick off your weekend!
Above: Ken Todd and Lisa Vanderpump celebrate the opening of their very pink dog rescue center Vanderpump Dogs. “Thank you to all of you who have come out to support us this week for the opening of Vanderpump Dogs Rescue Center! We are thrilled to be open!” shared Lisa. “Come visit, shop, and adopt a puppy! Follow @vanderpumpdogs for updates! #adopt #vanderpups”
In this week’s roundup of social media snapshots, we have the reality TV stars celebrating Valentine’s Day; Erika Girardi, the Toms of Vanderpump Rules, and Lilly Ghalichi visiting New York City; Lisa Vanderpump living her fabulous life; and more.
Citing reasons that include a desire to spend more time with her family and a wish to pursue other career ventures, Heather says she reached a “tipping point” with RHOC, and the time was right to go. In an official statement, Heather wrote “These past five years have been an incredible journey and I’m so proud to have been a part of such an iconic piece of pop culture … However, at this point in my life, I have decided to go in another direction and do what’s best for my family and career.”
“I think because I’m now so well-known for being ‘me’ that it’s just an odd thing,” Heather explained. “And the kinds of things they call me about are to either be myself – which I don’t wanna do – or kind of a ‘stereotypical of my character as it’s perceived on the show’ role.”