Things got a little intimate at Perez Hilton's 35th birthday party last night in L.A. Celebrities showed up on the red carpet in their finest negligees, flannel pajamas, and more. We didn't want you to have to wait for the Wednesday photo roundup for these gems!
The itty-bitty, uptight reality star is reacting to what it was like to be on the popular show and talking her relationships with co-stars and the fans!
Lilly says she joined the show after running into Reza Farahan while drinking tea. "I was just sitting there having tea, and he was two tables away. At the time, I was in the market for a house, and he told me that he was a realtor. Our friendship began that way. He asked me if I would try out for the casting on the show and I decided to do it." Why do I not believe this story?
Lilly Ghalichi's addition to the Shahs of Sunset cast has been nauseating. Besides the fact that her voice makes my skin crawl, she's a little uptight and a lot obsessed with herself. I hope that she won't be asked back for season three, though I kind of can't stand most of the cast right now, so whatever. Le sigh.
A positive about Lilly? Um, she's reliable? Lilly's choice of words / opinions have offended Shahs of Sunset fans time and time (and time and time) again and she shares (multiple) daily pictures of her signature Ghalichi Glam look.
Even I can begrudgingly admit that Lillysometimes looks cute (over-the-top hair, makeup, and boobs aside, of course), so I was somewhat interested to read a recent interview about her fashion choices from The Hollywood Reporter.
With that said, Andy Cohen kicks things off by asking the Shahs of Sunset why they refer to themselves as Persians and not Iranians. MJ acknowledges that Persian is technically not correct, adding, "But we do enjoy using the word Persian because it rolls off the tongue. It's pretty."
It could definitely be argued that Shahs of Sunset'sGolnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi did not get the fairest of shakes on the most recent season of the Bravo hit. The tiny spitfire was on the receiving end of some serious NFL action, and I'm not talking about professional football! After an altercation with cast mate Asa Soltan Rahmati, things seemed to spiral out of control for the group of friends, with everyone feeling forced to take sides. GG's romantic life was front and center as well, as her relationship with Omid Kalantari heated up and the pair became engaged off screen before calling it quits.
Thankfully, GG was kind enough to set the record straight in an interview with Reality Tea, and I think you'll find her answers to be honest and heartfelt. She certainly isn't one to mince words, and she dishes on everything from her status with Omid to her favorite part of the season. GG also discusses her goals for the future as well as what you didn't get to see on Shahs.
According to Reza's blog, he went to the season two reunion with the sole purpose of revealing "truths" and confronting MJ about her issues with alcohol and pills.
"Denial is truly a destructive emotion and regardless of where MJ is at, we all know and have witnessed her excessive use of drugs and alcohol," Rezablogged. "I'm at the end of my rope and don't want to see MJ overdose or even die, that would be unbearable. If I have to be the bad guy or the mean one, I'm happy with those titles as long as my friend is alive and well. That's all I want. I can't sit by and watch MJ self-destruct."