Glass Houses, in development now, is a drama created by The Good Wife writer and executive producer, Leonard Dick which follows main character Anisa Shattenkirk-Glass, a real estate upstart who challenges her family for control of the business. Wait – is this series based on Kyle or Mauricio Umansky?
It’s been more than a year since Kim got sober and her regular volunteering at Skydog Ranch, a non-profit devoted to horse sanctuary, has helped her recovery “a lot.” Kim’s work there a has been a “major part” of maintaining her focus. “The horses make me feel so good. I feel like I’m a part of something so huge and I know I’m making a difference,” she describes. “The Sanctuary keeps me grounded and keeps me at peace and it’s healthy for me.”
Kate, Nico, and Andy discussed the Below Deck episode and even shared their commentary on some of the Below Deck Mediterranean drama that went down during its last season. Plus, two Real Housewives rang the door bell for some surprise appearances.
Bravo is bringing back the Real Housewives Awards for the fourth year in a row. This time, the ladies from across the franchise will compete for fans’ votes in various categories within the back-to-school theme.
Fortunately, it seems like this list was compiled with the intention to make sure everyone feels included, which is nice. Unfortunately, it seems like this list was compiled with the intention to make sure everyone feels included, which means that many of the nominations do not make sense. Nevertheless, the fandom will (hopefully) make the right decisions. Either way you slice it, nominating every housewife is a good way to ensure that a lot of them show up when the awards are handed out. So at least that’s good.
After a tumultuous minute and a half on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Eden Sassoon is done with the Housewife life. It’s probably for the best since it seemed like a brutal experience for her. Plus, now she can keep it real and shit talk everyone who she thinks has wronged her from the cast. And Eden has a lot to say about everyone.
The meteoric rise and fall of Eileen Davidson as a Housewife is a sad one. She was at once annoying and amazing. Eileen entered Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills with such promise, such poise, and such unabashed glam, but then it all fell apart when she got caught in the trap of Yolanda Foster‘s Lymeness, and a strange parenthetical argument about intent and manipulations and the bounds of friendship. Eileen was always too cerebral for this show.
Soap opera veteran Eileen joined the show in season 5 alongside her close friend Lisa Rinna. After decades on Days Of Our Lives and The Young and Restless, it seemed like no drama could defeat the Daytime Emmy winner. Then Eileen ran into Brandi Glanville‘s wine glass and Kim Richards‘ denial!
Oh Yolanda Hadid, aren’t positive thoughts part of your Mind, Body, and Spirit wellness plan to defeat Lyme disease? I guess not where tell-all memoirs are concerned! In a preview for her new memoir, Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease, Yolanda calls out all the haters and skeptics who doubted her illness – most notably her ex-husband David Foster and her former Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills castmates by telling her story at 100% brain functioning.
Yolanda reveals how she truly believed Lyme Disease would kill her after “too many nights I found myself lying naked on the bathroom floor, the only relief being the cold tiles on my bare skin, wondering how much more pain I could take and how many more days, months, and years I could suffer.” And even worse, Davidwasn’t the supportive husband she pretended he was.