Instead I’d prefer an endless loop of Lisa Vanderpump, going all 20’s gangsterina waving that long cigarette around while she purred a warning to Eden Sassoon.* Because the return of a cigarette while administering prophecy and warnings is the most classically amazing RHOBH thing ever… And this people is why LVP is my eternal favorite. Even if she is manipulating, she’s doing so with a style, glamour, and sophistication that is delightful.
LVP gives the people what they want, and the people want drama – the good kind! What people don’t want is more of Kim’s slurry excuses or Eden’s mish-mashed mumbo-jumbo. Instead put that shit in a smoothie with some of Lisa Rinna‘s Xanax!
Unfortunately for the ladies, the cast members of Real Housewives don’t always have the best boyfriends and husbands. Sometimes that makes for good TV and other times it’s just genuinely sad to watch and hear about. Nevertheless, there are Real Housewives husbands and fathers that you would never want to date if you had the chance – at least in my opinion.
These dudes are the worst of the worst: from the cheaters to the jail birds to the fame hungry. These are not the kind of men that you would want to be with, but they managed to end up with reality TV’s finest (and some of them did make for better reality TV viewing).
Even though Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is not a competition show, Eden Sassoon really does seem to be living by the classic reality TV mantra, “I’m not here to make friends.” She really seems to be rubbing everyone the wrong way with her antics. She (sort of) copped to her behavior, but continues analyzing the RHOBHcast and defending her actions.
Has Eden never seen seen this show? She really needs to take a step back and be more observant before causing so many major waves with OG cast members Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump. Eden truly has no idea what she has got herself into when she decided to share her “concern” over Kim Richards.
“What a great week!” exclaims Dorit. “My afternoon with Eileen and Lisa R was so much fun and just what we needed, something uplifting and a great way to bond! We were all in a playful mood. Being from the East Coast, roller blading wasn’t anything I’d ever tried before, but we had a lot of laughs.” Um, rollerblading exists in Connecticut, right? Thought so.
Using her weekly blog to, as she says, “dissect these complicated dynamics,” Lisa is confused about why Eden Sassoon has Kim Richards‘ sobriety (or lack thereof) so on her radar. “For the life of me, I cannot comprehend how this story is so rapidly progressing in a direction I didn’t predict… How can one diagnose another individual after a fleeting interaction? ” Lisa muses.
I cannot believe that this legal battle between Brandi Glanville and Joanna Krupa is still a hot news topic. This whole thing has been dragging on for too long. During a 2013 Watch What Happens Live episode, Brandi said that Joanna had an affair with Yolanda Foster’s ex husband Mohamed Hadid and that he said Joanna’s vagina smelled in a conversation that Lisa Vanderpumpwas allegedly present for. Obviously that comment didn’t sit well with Joanna and she filed suit against Glanville and it’s been crazy drama ever since.
Now, Joanna has been court ordered to hand over her gynecological records, financial records, and there are a plethora of Bravolebrities continuing to be pulled into the case as witnesses.
In her blog, Erika wonders why Eden is so invested in Kim’s sobriety (or lack thereof) anyway? But first, she gushes about the fab time she and Kyle Richards had in Mykonos. During the trip Erika says she was “thrilled to have Kyle here with me. I’m happy that she and I were able to have dinner by the beach before the show madness began. I enjoy Kyle’s company, and I find her very easy to relate to. She’s both a mother and a business woman, and it’s nice to feel that mutual support.”
In a post-truth, alternative fact world it seems Eden Sassoon‘s misinformation about the state of Kim Richards‘ sobriety fits right in. The newest Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star now realizes her actions were a bit over the top.
Eden admits to “questioning” her behavior in retrospect. “Reliving the moments with these women is not easy. Could I have approached things in a different way? Yes, probably. But I have to remind myself that in those moments, that was what I was feeling, and that was my truth at that moment. Hindsight is always 20/20. But as I have said before, my goal is only to live out MYtruth, and if I am doing that, I am being as authentic as I can be.”