Andy Cohen Says Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills Reunion Will Be 4 Parts; Erika Jayne Takes Credit For The Amount Of Content

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN -- Episode 17032 -- Pictured: (l-r) Andy Cohen, Erika Jayne -- (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo)

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is having an amazing season, and I hate that I have to give credit to the Erika Jayne of it all. Not think I think Erika’s being totally honest about her legal mess and divorce from Tom Girardi, but it’s providing for that real-life, dark content that made RHOBH so good from the beginning. Thankfully, we have Sutton Stracke there to question her honesty. And Garcelle Beauvais to point out the double-standard for how the ladies treat Erika compared to Denise Richards last season. Lisa Rinna’s staunch defense of Erika has also been interesting, if not infuriating, to watch. The ladies are bringing it.

I expect the RHOBH reunion to be no different. Aside from the trainwreck that is the ladies’ looks, for once, they’re bringing better content than they are glam. Erika apparently answers “everything” at the reunion according to Andy Cohen. Whether or not those answers are honest is still up for debate. And Andy recently announced on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that the reunion would be split into four parts, Us Weekly reports. “The reunion isn’t one part. It’s not two parts, James. It’s not three parts, James. It’s a four-part reunion,” Andy exclaimed.


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Erika, who keeps being a mess on Twitter despite everyone calling her out for it, had a pretty self-centered comment. “Now what would make it 4 parts?? Me,” Erika tweeted along with Andy’s announcement. Girl, humble yourself. The Real Housewives of Atlanta INVENTED the four-part reunion. And you shouldn’t be proud that your life of (alleged) lies is such as mess that it involves a minimum of four hours of TV to get through. Simmer down, ice queen.

While the four-part reunion is sure to answer a lot of questions, I’m sure I’ll still have a few lingering. Namely, how Erika can continue to act so high and mighty online despite the fact that the designer labels in her closet were (allegedly) bought with money owed to orphans and widows. And if Tom wasn’t lying when he says he thinks Erika knew about the financial situation before the big news dropped. It sounds like everyone else has known her life has been a sham for years. Yet somehow, Erika’s just finding that out.


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