I never thought I would mention Vicki Gunvalson and Ramona Singer in the same sentence, yet here I am. No, there isn’t some sort of Housewives crossover happening,- although that would really be the dream. The two were both on a panel at Mohegan Sun’s anniversary party, so of course they were asked a million questions and it always comes back to the boy drama for these shows. Naturally, they both dished on being single after the very public demise of their previous relationships.
It seems like Ramona came out stronger than ever after her divorce from Mario Singer who she found out was cheating on her in the press. On the flip side, Vicki is still reeling from her relationship with Brooks Ayers and the cancer scam even though she already has a new boyfriend. Nevertheless, they both know what it’s like to have their love lives in the Real Housewives spotlight.
We all heard about some of the Real Housewives of New York cast pushing for higher salaries last season. The moves didn’t work and as a result many of them were pushed into having smaller roles and believe it or not one of those people was Luann de Lesseps. You wouldn’t know it since most of the season focused on her controversial relationship with Tom D’Agostino and her discord with Bethenny Frankel.
Now, Luann is accusing Bethenny – and her camp – of spreading some nasty rumors about her, and the ladies are back at it with the push for higher salaries. Some things will never change when it comes to the Housewives.
Nick was already on three reality shows in the Bachelor franchise, so why not bring in someone from Bravo? Yes, it’s a super random idea, but it would probably bring some additional viewers to the series. The only real issue that I see is that Real Housewives of Orange County is a Bravo show which is a part of the NBC Universal family and The Bachelor airs on ABC, but that might be irrelevant since Lauri hasn’t been a full time Housewife in years. But anyway, let’s get back to the story here.
I am always thrown when Real Housewives cast members bitch about being associated with each other and going to group events. If you don’t want to be a part of the friend group, you don’t have to: just quit the show. That’s why I think it’s so weird that Meghan Edmonds and Shannon Beador do whatever they can to avoid Vicki Gunvalson. And this is obviously why they both avoided the trip that Tamra Judge planned in Glamis.
Based on the fact that Siggy Flicker is a “relationship expert” for a living it makes sense that she would want to mend the relationships between the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast members. First off, I’m sure that this is something she would want to do since it is probably second nature because of her job. Second, it would be the ultimate testimonial for her business if she was able to make some actual progress within that group of women.
Nevertheless, I don’t know if this is going to work for Real Housewives of New Jersey. The intensity of the relationships and the fights are what make it such a crazy thing to watch. But if I’m keeping it real, I do not think there’s anyone who can actually bring long lasting peace to the New Jersey houses. Sorry, Siggy.
I was a little iffy on it at first, but I ended up enjoying the Real Housewives of Dallas. As a longtime viewer of the Real Housewives franchise, I do think it could use some tweaking, but I’m definitely on board for a second season and it seems like my wish is about to come true.
While there hasn’t been any official announcement about the future of the Real Housewives of Dallas, Stephanie Hollman seriously hinted at it on social media. Not only that, but she is also spending time with a Real Housewives of New York cast member. How random.
The Real Housewives franchise wasn’t a “thing” yet, and I felt like I was getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse into a private Orange County community. Another aspect that I miss about the way RHOC used to be is original Housewife Jeana Keough. She was the original shit stirrer and I love her for it. I was such a fan of her kids and their drama. Sure, Jeana appears on the show from time to time, but that’s just not the same. Now Jeana is speaking out about her time on RHOC and why she left the show.
Being a cast member on any Real Housewives shows provides a lot of opportunities to make money. At this point, I feel like the ladies are coming up with catch phrases and one liners solely based on the potential to sell their own words on a message t shirt.
During the first season of Real Housewives of Dallas, Brandi Redmond was an avid wine drinker and she loved talking about it. She constantly referred to it as “Jesus juice.” Personally, the first time I heard the term “Jesus juice,” was during the Michael Jackson trial and that is where my thoughts went the first time I heard Brandi utter the words on RHOD.