The discord between Shannon Beador and Kelly Dodd went from zero to one hundred – real quick. Right off the bat these two did not get along and there was really no real reason for it. That initial tension escalated into some insanely sketchy shit: i.e. Shannon’s out of control ’70s themed party.
It’s still up for debate whether or not Shannon ambushed Kelly when her rude friends took digs at Kelly and her marriage. It looks super shady in all honesty. I don’t believe for one second that Shannon had no idea that those women knew Kelly, but it’s hard for me to figure out if that whole interaction was premeditated or not. And Shannon and Kelly have very different views of their history.
The show begins with a lot of banter between Heather and her assistant Natalie. While I think they’re cute together, I’m getting to the meat and potatoes (two things Heather probably doesn’t eat!) to focus on their discussion of Real Housewives of Orange County because the podcast is almost 90 minutes.
Heather warns there are no “bridge episodes” this season and it’s a nonstop whirlwind. “Something happens every week of this entire season – it was nuts.”
Forget practicing law–I’m going to open my own Blizz franchise and be a part of the wonderment that is Dr. Paul Nassif’s frozen yogurt empire. That’s right, the Botched doctor isn’t just performing plastic surgery these days. He’s branching out–delving into the froyo business, milking cows, starring along side Terry Dubrow in an amazing spin-off (Botched by Nature), and (pinch me, I’m dreaming!) speaking to me all about the upcoming season of said spin-off!
I know, I know, you can’t believe it either, but it’s true. I was lucky enough to get to interview both Paul and Terry about their new series Botched by Nature which premieres tonight, Wednesday, August 3rd at 9 PM ET on E!. The show will be followed by Botched Post-Op (more on that in a bit), and it’s sure to be a hit. You know how there are certain celebrities you think hung the moon, only to hear that someone met them and they were rude or boring? Well, that is not at all what happened to me. I loved Paul and Terry’s antics pre-interview, but after chatting with them, my adoration is at an entirely new level…plus, I kind of want to live in Heather Dubrow’s closet! (see pic below)
Yeah, I don’t care how much Kelly Dodd annoys the bejesus out of me (and probably Tamra Judge‘s sculpted patootie), Shannon Beador set her up at her 70’s partaaay. Which was not necessarily OK. And it was, well, ugly. Honestly, I think most of us, the Real Housewives Of Orange County ladies included, are gonna pretend Shannon is innocent on the principal of their dislike for Kelly, but the double-teaming of Jaci and Nina, three boobs, and a bull dozer, are all too coincidental.
And you know what they say: If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck – it’s probably a Real Housewife training for a fitness competition and practicing in her lucite stripper heels!
Love her or hate her, you have to admit that Tamra was meant to be on reality TV. This woman always has an interesting story line going on and she has a keen sense of knowing which Housewife to turn against at the right time. She has had so many highs and lows in front of cameras, so it’s got to be hard for her to pick a favorite moment on the show.
I don’t even know where to begin when it comes to the absolute shit show that went down at Shannon Beador’s 70’s party during the last Real Housewives of Orange County episode. It was an absolute mess with way too many things going on at once.
A lot of the drama from the episode revolved around the new girl Kelly Dodd and Shannon’s random friends who seemed pretty determined to call her out for no apparent reason. It was obvious that they planned to do this as soon as they saw Kelly, but what’s up for debate is whether or not Shannon was in on the hate. Kelly sure thinks that she was.
The most drama always goes down on Real Housewives of Orange County when the women are dressed up for a themed event. And obviously that makes the tense arguments weird. But honestly, the season finally got started with this week’s episode since the ones before it were super boring.
There was definitely something shady about Shannon Beador’s random friends having it out for Kelly Dodd. These two chicks were clearly thirsting for some camera time and they started a real domino effect when it came to the drama. Even Tamra Judge – of all people – was taken aback by the craziness that ensued.