It’s no secret that Lance Bass has been besties with Lisa Vanderpump for some time now, having made cameos here and there on both Vanderpump Rules and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now Lance is spreading his Housewives wings and weighing in on his faves across the franchises, as well as what he hopes to see in the future (anyone up for Lance’s hubby as the first male “housewife,” he wonders? Yes, please!)
Lance reveals, “I was a huge Real Housewives of Atlanta fan at the beginning. And now I’m a huge Beverly Hills fan, and I’m kind of a newbie fan of New York.” Although he’s branching out with his viewership, Lance admits that for now, “Beverly Hills has my heart.” Well, no surprise there! “Lisa [Vanderpump] definitely is one of my besties. It’s real fun to be able to watch and know someone on the show. But it’s also nice to know a lot of the backstory that other people don’t see. It’s really interesting because, to me, it’s like my own personal reality show,” explains Lance.
Brandi Glanville is a wealth of information about everyone else’s problems. Which is a welcome change from her complaining ad nauseum about her own! The former Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star dished on the dramatic lives of her three remaining Bravo friends, Kristen Taekman, Kim Richards, and Yolanda Foster.
Beginning with Kim, who just avoided jail time for one of her arrests, and has been in and out of rehab, Brandi confirms they are still close.
The prosecutors offered Kim, who wasn’t in court, a deal that includes probation for three years, attending 52 AA meetings and 30 days of community labor. And she can’t be caught near the Beverly Hills Hotel. Kim’s plea deal isn’t 100% done yet, as there’s a glitch with the requested 30 days of community labor. Her attorney says she suffers from a foot injury and cannot do labor and would rather do community service.
Brandi’s attorney has filed a motion, submitting a series of questions that Joanna is reportedly bound to answer under oath. Most notably they want to know if Joanna can prove her vagina is odorless. Uhhhh…. THIS is her defense?
Kim’s lawyer, Sara Caplan, is now vaguely reporting that Kim is back in a “program,” which she proved to a judge via a retainer letter so that Kim’s original Aug 20 court date (regarding the Target arrest) could be pushed back. The judge agreed to change the court date to Sept 11. Outside of court, Caplan did not comment on where Kim is locked up or for how long, saying only, “She’s doing well.”
“One day the people that didn’t believe in you will tell everyone how they met you,” wrote Monty. “That quote is in honor of @kimrichards11 all I will say at this time besides being best friends, and personally a person who has a great heart is thankful to all her fans and friends for believing in her.”