Three seconds after Bravo fired Aviva, she announced her participation in the next season of Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars. Apparently, Aviva thinks RHONY took its toll on her marriage, and Reid Drescher agrees. So naturally the couple agreed to appear on a second reality TV show to talk about the fact that they believe reality TV has ruined their marriage. Only in FameWhoreVille does this make any sense.
According to the disgruntled ex-manager, Reid and Aviva were paid $100,000 for Marriage Boot Camp, and she was promised a 10% commission. Well…
Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars is set to return next year – and WE tv has announced which reality TV stars have begged agreed to air their dirty laundry for another 15 minutes of fame. #TheAmericanDream
The Hills couple Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag have also signed up. I guess Celebrity Wife Swap didn’t solve their problems, so off to Marriage Boot Camp they go. First problem: they are flat broke. Second problem: Heidi really wants to start a family, but alllllll Spencer wants to do is party.
Reality stars are enjoying every bit of New York Fashion Week as much as the real fashionistas. Some of our favorite reality celebs hit the runway while others took in the parties thrown by their favorite tabloids and magazines.
Since we don’t have a new episode of The Real Housewives of New York tonight, we have the next best thing – a photo gallery featuring plenty of the show’s former and current stars!
In our new photo gallery this week we have Bethenny Frankel out attending the Hamptons Paddle & Party For Pink event with her daughter Bryn Hoppy as well as her current boyfriend, Michael Cerussi. Aviva Drescherhit up Tommy Bahamas with Reid and the kids.
Ooooh goody – it seems slander works both ways on Real Housewives of New York. And if this accusation is true it seems we'll soon have another Housewife being investigated by the feds. Bravo sure leaves no stone unturned.
After Aviva Drescher has gone on national television to accuse Carole Radziwill of using a ghostwriter for her acclaimed and lyrical memoir What Remains, Carole is fighting back.
In her newest blog she reveals that Simon & Schuster, the publishing house that published Aviva's memoir, calls Aviva's allegations a "joke". But that's not all… Carole calls into question Reid Drescher's business practices.