Andy opens by asking Brandi and Mike if they know each other. “He just tried to have sex with me in the back,” Brandi spouts off. Kicking the show off with class, naturally. Mike says “you and Golnesa would say yes.”
Things are definitely not any better between Brandi and Kyle Richards. Brandi says that she ran into Kyle at Sephora in NYC earlier in the day (she’s a guest on WWHL tomorrow night) and Kyle ran out of the store. “I had to get my lashes, I had to stay.” She says they didn’t speak at all.
“People tell me I look like Kim, but I don’t have her butt,” Asifa told Daily Mail. “I am built different. But I think she has an incredible figure, and so does most of the world. She has her own look that is special to her, and it works.” Most of the world? Um, I’m not one of those people, either. However I imagine Asifa‘s body is what Kim sees in the mirror when she chooses outfits which she thinks flatter her figure. But I digress.
We haven’t seen too much of Jim and Amber Marchese since the reunion episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Last week they stepped out to attend the “Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast” screening and then stopped off at Buca di Beppo for dinner (and some family photos).
Other reality star sightings: GG Gharachedaghi and Reza Farahanhung out at the Stock Exchange as they promoted the new season of Shahs of Sunset while Bethenny Frankel did the afternoon school run with Bryn. Lisa Rinna got in a good workout and Ramona Singer attended the premiere of “Cop Show” in NYC.
We also have new pics from Lisa Vanderpump, Rachel Zoe, Val Chmerkovskiy and many more!
On Monday, 1.55 million checked out the season finale of Vanderpump Rules, and a little over 1.3 million stuck around to see the season premiere of Shahs of Sunset. See the numbers below to see how the rest of the shows are doing.
The Shahs of Sunset cast members are making the press rounds this week. Reza Farahan stopped by The Commission Show on PNC Radio to dish on the new season and more. He slams NeNe Leakes and throws shade at Andy Cohen “since he’s not my boss anymore.”
On landing the show and using the platform for good. They want to know if he holds back certain things or if the show is the “real him”. “I didn’t think anything of it, I didn’t know if it would go anywhere or not.” He says that even if he would only have the platform for two minutes, he wanted to address homophobia in the Middle Eastern culture because he had friends that committed suicide when he was growing up. “I thought if I could impact someone’s life, that would be great.”