A new roundup of reality TV stars’ social media pics to kick off your weekend!
Above: Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham and her daughter Sophia catching a bite to eat at the Sugar Factory in New York City. “Sophia” captioned the pic on her Instagram page: “Girls gotta eat. ”
Look below for more selfies and snapshots, including Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann celebrating Kroy’s birthday, Shahs of Sunset star Mercedes “MJ” Javid showing off her assets, Real Housewives of New York star Luann de Lesseps promoting Kelly Bensimon‘s new book, Southern Charm star Shep Rose cruising around town during Hurricane Irma, Real Housewives of Orange County stars David and Shannon Beador tailgating at USC, and many more.
Botched season 4 premiered last night in what promises to be the most intense season yet. While Paul Nassif‘s career is very much settled, the ex-husband of Adrienne Maloof is still looking for love and he’s more than ready to settle down.
This season viewers will see Paul, whom Terry Dubrow describes as “single with a Capital S!” on a quest to find a special lady. One criteria that’s on his list: no more Real Housewives!
Yesterday our favorite reality TV dads celebrated Father’s Day, which meant gushing social media shout-outs galore (and lots of shirtless dad pics).
Or in Kim Zolciak-Biermann‘s case, her shout-out featured a a pic of her wearing a skimpy bikini – which I’m sure is connected to how she and Kroy Biermannended up with such a massive brood of kiddies!
Above, Teresa Giudice shared, “Happy Father’s Day to my Papa. love you more than anything in this world you are my life and I am who I am because of you #daddysgirl #papa #familyiseverything”
It’s hard to believe there are so many plastic surgery disasters that Botched is in its fourth season, but thankfully it is! Super doctors and best buddies Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif reveal that the upcoming season is their most unique yet and viewers are in for the unexpected. I can only imagine what that means… I mean in the past they’ve even dealt with Farrah Abraham!
According to Terry they received over 10,000 applications and decided to dedicate this season to conquering the seemingly impossible. “This is a very unique season,” he warns. Many of the patients are the “worst of the worst” and “need the most help.”