I mean, I was happy to see my favorite Real Housewives back in action, but listening to Eileen Davidson and Lisa Rinna talk about how manipulative Lisa Vanderpump is, over and over again, did not do anything for me. I do not mind the three of them feuding, but can they just argue about something new?
It’s an all new edition of reality star sightings!
First up we have several reality stars hitting up the DailyMail holiday party, including Dorinda Medley and John Mahdessian,Ramona Singer, several cast members from Vanderpump Rules, including Lisa Vanderpump and more. And in case you’re wondering where Brittany has been while Jax is in NYC, she’s at home taking care of their new puppy.
Kyle Richards was seen in NYC doing press for the show (or her new series or Celebrity Apprentice or…who knows what exactly! She’s so busy lately!)
In the gallery you’ll also spy Heidi Klum, Courtney Stodden, Bethenny Frankel and more!
Tonight marks the season 7 premiere of Bravo’s wealthiest and most over-the-top Housewives, and I could not be more excited. Especially after the dark, dreary, and twisted turn last season took, courtesy of one lady, and her lemons, her Lymes, and her lack of love!
To prepare for what’s to come let’s revisit all the highs and lows from season 6!
From spending time together on Thanksgiving to kicking off the countdown to Christmas and everything in-between, the reality TV stars shared a lot of great family pics the past few weeks. Above, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice enjoyed NYC with her girls.
The trailer for the upcoming season looks promising. Let’s hope all the ladies, old and new, bring their A games. I hope y’all are just as pumped as me, but if not, here are seven reasons to look forward to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 7.
With her Housewives career over, both on and off screen, Yolanda is done with the petty and devoting her time to what really matters. “I’m sure they’re going to have a great season. It was a great four years, it is now time to focus on finding a cure [for Lyme disease].” So, no regrets!