The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie Dorit Kemsley might take some getting used to. After her pretty aggressive behavior and shade throwing on this week’s episode, she tries to explain herself in her blog. She had no idea that her words were going to be picked apart. Welcome to reality TV, Dorit!
Dorit starts off, “This week I feel things on the show got a little confusing unnecessarily, and I hope they will get straightened out soon. Hearing what Erika said about me was tough, but I guess I can understand it. She’s entitled to her opinion, but it’s still not nice to hear. Look I like to have fun and be playful and I’m an upfront and open person—I don’t hide things, Lisa V. will attest to that—and now it seems like me and Erika have gotten off on the wrong foot, but I really want things to settle down. I’m confident we can get past this, and I will definitely be trying to.”
Lisa also defends her friend Dorit and bemoans the fact that she’s in the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills “hot seat” so far this season.
Lisa points out that “wine obviously flowed copiously” at PK and Dorit‘s dinner party. “So one might be forgiven if an accurate memory of what had transpired in conversation might be a little hazy so to speak. When we flash back, it compounds the fact that Dorit was inaccurate of her recollection. The subject of Eileen‘s name and mother, of course, was raised, however there were wires that were crossed.”
The extremely touchy and personal topic of deceased parents came up repeatedly on this week’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, and it was not at ALL appreciated by Eileen Davidson and Lisa Rinna, both of whom sadly lost a parent this past year. In her blog, Eileen takes issue with PK and Dorit Kemsley judging her about when, where, and how she revealed the news of her late mother’s passing.
Eileen clarifies, “I lost my mother in March. This was months after all the issues with Lisa [Vanderpump] happened. The next day, I worked Y&R. I chose not to tell anyone there because that was the only way I could do my job. It was pure survival. I had to make the same decision for the reunion. We all had a lot of issues that needed to be talked through. I knew it would rob everyone of their ability to be honest with me if they were all walking on eggshells.”
What is up with Dorit Kemsley? I mean, she gives good TV since we’re all going to be talking about her, but, err, uhh… she is not a good look for Lisa Vanderpump, and I don’t think this is what Lisa was going for when she got Dorit cast. So, Peek-K looked up Erika Girardi‘s skirt, and after grilling my husband relentlessly about the possibility of PK’s view, I’ve decided I agree with Erika that it’s probably not possible that PK got full-vajaynejayne throughout dinner as he claimed. Erika, though, is pissed that Dorit told everyone about it, then handled it by handing her some “full coverage” underwear. Of all the insults – to assume ERIKA JAYNE wears full coverage?! As if! When completely sheer = granny panties, you know you’ve gone to the Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory for aging trophy wives with celebrity ambitions.
Was Kenya surprised that Phaedra and Kandi were spilling tea about each other? “At this point, nothing surprises me with these girls. I think Kandi was just fed up because Phaedra, she’s like a slippery greased pig, you can’t catch her!”
Tonight the stiff interactions between Dorit Kemsley and Erika Jayne continue during a shady lunch at Camille Grammer‘s new Malibu home. Dorit quizzes Erika about her music career and has some less than kind comments to make in her talking head interviews (like calling it a “hobby”). But first, can we just take a moment to appreciate that Camille is back? She revealed recently that she is even doing interview clips this season instead of just being a background player.
Erika starts off by confessing how nervous she is over the Young & the Restless part as it becomes a reality, “This week my guest role for The Young and the Restless is becoming a reality! I’m meeting with Eileen and her Executive Producer Mal at CBS Studios, and I couldn’t be more excited. I’m quite scared too, to be honest with you. The soap world is all so new to me, but that’s what life is all about, right? Having new experiences and tackling new challenges.”
First, Lisa talks about her fight against the Dog Meat Festival and the birth of The Vanderpump Dog Foundation, “As we first entered into the pet world creating Vanderpump Pets, we became slowly enlightened of the brutalities that transpired each year against dogs in China during the summer solstice. In an effort to draw attention to it, we marched to the Chinese embassy, we sent placards around the world, the slogan Stop Yulin Forever was plastered over many t-shirts, a resolution was formed, as we managed to garner interest and support from a congressman and hopefully pass through congress a resolution that would draw attention globally and end this barbarity once and for all.”