She took to Instagram to share the news, “I would have loved a more graceful exit then “Season 6″ but sometimes we don’t get to control the endings of the chapters in our life.” She continues, “I am leaving what’s over without denying its past importance in my life.”
Sure, every show in the Real Housewives franchise is unique is, but there are certain elements that carry through in every series. Although each Housewife is unique, there is pretty much always one person in each show who is a real stickler for etiquette- and wants every single person to be aware of it.
These are the ladies who live by a set of social rules and love to remind the other cast members about it whenever they possibly can. You know who I’m talking about and there’s one of these girls in each series. Sometimes these ladies are just genuinely trying to share some guidance based on their past experiences. And other times these are the kind of women who just like to hear themselves talk about etiquette over and over again.
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 and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
The founder of the company shared in a press release, “We’re honored to award Yolanda Hadid with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her efforts to foster awareness about chronic Lyme disease and for her courage and willingness to share her story publicly, as she also battles to recover from Lyme.”
Before the last Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season aired, I figured that Yolanda Foster was not going to be in it much since she was focusing on her Lyme Disease treatments. Well, she didn’t appear too often, but the season was all about her battle with Lyme disease and her dealing with the alleged Munchausen’s accusations.
Nothing really happened and I had a limit on the amount of times I could watch menopausal women question the authenticity of Yolanda’s illness. Aside from battling out with these haters on the show and through social media, Yolanda has decided to write a book and she really shaded her cast mates with its title.
It’s unclear to me if Brandi got fired or if she willingly retired from the Bravo show, but I just want her back on. Pretty much all of the women hate her (with the exceptions of Yolanda Fosterand Kim Richards), so it would probably take a lot for her to step back into that craziness – and I’m not talking about money. There is actually something else that would sway Brandi to become a Real Housewife again.
Apparently one vital step in the Lyme healing is to flaunt your bikini body while celebrating freedom. I too am celebrating freedom from Yolanda monopolizing Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills – hold on imma get my bikini and my iPhone. Anyway, while off frolicking in Tahiti, a curious story popped up alleging that Bravo presented Yolanda an ultimatum if she hopes to remain on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills: No Lyme Disease, or lose your job. Since Yolanda has integrity, y’all and living her journey as a warrior for victims of silent diseases… Oh wait – no she’s not; she wants to be famous, so Lyme? What Lyme?!
With Season 7 contracts being signed, rumors are already swirling about next season’s cast. One thing is unquestionably certain – Bravo wants changes! It seems they might want more true friendship and fun, rather than the divisive “Munchausen show” and ManipulationGate, RHOBH became last season.