There’s no way you could not love Sonja Morgan. She is the breath of fresh air that Real Housewives of New York always needs. She tells it like it is without actually being mean. Pretty much everything Sonja says is hilarious, so it’s tough rounding up her “best” quotes. There are just too many good ones to choose from.
One of my favorite things about watching reality TV is when I have those “she said exactly what I was just thinking” moments and I get a lot of those with Sonja, but my favorite thing about her is that she says the most ridiculous, and on point things that I would never think of. Even though I have no idea what her actual job title is, one thing is clear, this woman was meant to entertain us Bravoholics.
Other than being a reality star on the show Shahs of Sunset, I didn’t know that Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi had aspirations as an actress. But now GG will take a stab at acting by star in the off-Broadway play “Sex Tips For Straight Women from a Gay Man.”
If that show sounds familiar to you, then you are probably a reality TV junkie like myself and you recognize that Real Housewives of New York star Sonja Morgan had a recent stint in the same play. It makes me wonder if any other Bravo stars will follow in GG and Sonja’s footsteps and take on a role in this play.
Tipsy Girl wines may be doing well and celebrating some success, but the same can’t be said for Tipsy Girl’s NYC restaurant/bar. It seems that the restaurant was having some trouble getting off the ground and now it’s pretty much at a stand still, if these pictures are any indication.
On Friday night our reader Jackie Danicki was strolling by the location and noticed it was closed up, lights off – and upon closer inspection, Tipsy Girl was served with an eviction notice! Sonja Morgan explains to Reality Tea that it’s all due to a whole lot of red tape!
“I think because I’m now so well-known for being ‘me’ that it’s just an odd thing,” Heather explained. “And the kinds of things they call me about are to either be myself – which I don’t wanna do – or kind of a ‘stereotypical of my character as it’s perceived on the show’ role.”