The three co-stars spoke with E! and gave their thoughts on the situation now that this new info has come to light.
“I pray for him. I would want to tell him that I hope he finds the truth somewhere in his life. The truth will set you free. It’s a very sad and disgusting situation. I never believed I would be surrounded by such lies but hopefully now we can focus on the truth.”
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots from this week. Enjoy.
Heather kicks off her podcast with Five Minutes of Heather, a look back at how she came to live in California. “I do come from New York,” she says. “I was actually a theater major in college, and I thought I was going to go to Broadway. But we had a friend of the family who was producing Divorce Court in Florida – Yes, I know you may think Divorce Court was real. I think it was based on actual cases, but… – I had two episodes. In one, I played an agoraphobic ex-ballerina lesbian. It was a script. It was an acting gig.” Ha! Ha! I think this is way more entertaining than rehashing the Vicki and Brooks drama for the millionth time!
“I have always been a really big supporter of Vicki and Brooks – Terry and I both have been,” says Heather. “I’ve been getting a few comments about why am I betraying her or ganging up on her, and I don’t feel that’s so. I feel like I’ve tried to give her every opportunity to be a supportive person for her. This all started because Vicki went on Watch What Happens Live a few weeks ago and said to Andy that none of the cast has reached out to her since she broke up with Brooks. I know she’s spoken to Tamra. For me, I texted her that day and I said, ‘Have fun in New York. Break a leg tonight.’ Even though I’m not happy with what the situation is, we’re cast members, I have feelings for her, we have a relationship, and I just wanted to reach out. She wrote me back a really nice text. I thought we were good. Then she said no one‘s reached out to her.”
Above: Nicole Polizzi and her family are dressed as Star Wars characters – Nicole as Princess Leia, Jionni LaValle as Darth Vader, Giovanna as R2D2, and, looking super serious, Lorenzo as Luke Skywalker.
The Real Housewives Of Orange County reunion has left a bad taste in my mouth. Right after I wrote this I ate like 16 pieces of Halloween candy. It’s my version of cleansing.
The highlight from Part 3, if you could call it that, was Vicki Gunvalson finally admitting she doesn’t believe Brooks Ayers has cancer. She “covered” for him all season because she did believe him until very recently. The other highlight was that no one screamed in decibels so shrill Andy’s dog howled backstage. Briana describes Vicki’s uncannily calm demeanor as being “in a state of shock” over how much of her life Vicki has messed up over Brooks. Or the five half a Xanax she took.
The low points: Everything else. Including Meghan King Edmonds‘ hair – why must it look like a Kim Z Generation 1 wig? The more I look at it, the more I see bad imitation senator’s wife.
In a joint statement issued to Entertainment Tonight, Reed and Nicole shared, “This has been an extremely trying time. We have done our best to work through our issues in private. Nicole understands she made a terrible mistake and there has been an incredible price paid by both families.” #ThankYouBravo
Shannon Beadorhas broken her silence regarding her run-in with David Beador‘s ex-mistress, Nicole McMackin, at the USC football game. Shannon admitted that she spoke to Nicole first (and told everyone within earshot that she slept with her husband) but insisted that she never grabbed Nicole‘s arm.
On one hand, Shannon conceded that Nicole and her husband, Reed, go to the USC games regularly, but on the other hand, she questioned why they decided to sit 10 rows in front of Shannon and David. “They could buy a seat anywhere,” bemoaned Shannon. “I was shocked to see that she was there, so this time I am not going to roll over. I said, ‘You have a lot of nerve being here!'”