I’ll be honest, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the hardest show for me to watch, yet it’s also my favorite of the franchise. Adrienne Maloof and her husband Dr. Paul Nassif had my heart early on…they seem very down to earth to be on a show where the women eat diamonds and cocktail hour begins at breakfast. The RHOBH women are on another level from their Bravo counterparts. Maybe that is why it’s so hard to see some of our faves floundering in their personal lives.
Case in point? Adrienne and Paul. Their constant bickering was funny during the first season, but now, as we approach season 3, it’s become sad. It was no surprise when the news broke of the couple’s separation. The duo seems to love one another, but yet neither can miss the opportunity to call out the others’ weaknesses. That’s not good for a marriage, I guess.
After one of her followers suggested she write a memoir, Kim recently tweeted, “Book……..should I write a book?? Mmmmmm…… I’ve thought about about it. So much to say………. ” Just from her time on the show, I am sure she has enough material to fill a tome, but when you add in all her other ups and downs, perhaps she could do a Kim Richards trilogy. I’d read it just to get some dirt on Splits McGee and the Gay Bull Mastiff!
Aaaahhh…villains. Like in all things storytelling, no good tale works without a villain and a hero. And of course it's the villain who causes all the drama and gives the show its luster. Reality TV is the perfect place for a crazy, scheming, venomous nut job to crop up back stab, lie, and start trouble.
While the heroes get all the fans, the villains make the show. So here's to you, Reality TV villains. And without further ado, here is Reality Tea's list of Top 11 Reality TV Villains! There's just so many good ones.
Last Friday, Taylor finally laid her portion of Russell’s remains to rest at a plot in the Columbarium of Morning Hope section of the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, CA. “Taylor was due to go through with the ceremony months ago but it was canceled at the last minute. She finally was able to say goodbye last Friday,” a source shares.
Gracious! We haven’t even seen the third season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and already the amount of drama brewing is ridiculous! These women certainly know how to bring it, don’t they?
In light of Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif‘s recent divorce filing, there are several rumors flying around regarding all of the women. Who is friends with whom? Who is drinking a ridiculous amount of expensive booze? Who is having sex in a bathroom at Kyle Richards‘ infamous White Party? Who is planning a cruise? Wait, I think we may know the answers to all of these gems!
O. M. G. Oh. Em. Gee. OMG, OMG, OMG. I thought I’d heard it all when I learned that RHONJ’sTeresa Giudice would be “hosting” her own cruise. Imagine my shock when I find out that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’Taylor Armstrong has also secured her own vacation destination…if that destination is a ship that sets sail for the warmer weather. So, let me get this straight…when your reality television fan base retreats, the next best thing is to host a week long party on an ocean liner? Consider me schooled.
Taylor is the newest housewife to dig her claws into the cruise ship craze. Wait, can I actually call it a ‘craze’ given that Teresa is the only other housewife from Bravo’s franchise to venture into these uncharted marketing waters? When did a meet and greet not become enough? Seriously? Who is so narcissistic that they think their fans will pay out the wazoo to vacay with them on a ship when the chances of actually seeing them are slim to none? I don’t know…but I’ll be right back, because I am totally booking this shiz RIGHT NOW for entertainment’s sake. Wait, does that make me part of the problem?
Yesterday it was announced that after ten years of marriage and three children Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif had decided to separate. Adrienne confirmed the news with a statement and now it appears things are moving quickly!
TMZ reports that yesterday morning Paul filed for joint primary and physical custody of the couple’s children and cites “irreconcilable differences” as the primary means for separation. Paul also wants each party to pay their own attorney’s fee. According to the documents, there is a prenup between the two.