We are three episodes into Season 10 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Last week’s episode aptly titled “First Impressions, True Confessions” saw the women attending a dinner party at Kyle Richards’. Everyone went around to share their thoughts on one housewife in a very pageant-approved way. This was until we got to Sutton Stracke, who stopped the pleasantries in their tracks and told Teddi Mellencamp she thought she was going to be “boring.”
Sutton has been getting a lot of heat online. For praising manners and class while being rude herself (fair). For not being relatable or entertaining. The list goes on. Jackie Goldschneider, polarizing enough on her own, from Real Housewives of New Jersey even came out to share she is not a fan of Sutton. In the height of what feels like a smear campaign against Sutton, Lisa Rinna came forward recently to say that the show needed Sutton.
Bravo alumn Jules Wainstein did a great job staying in the press after her one-off season on the Real Housewives of New York City. Shortly after her season wrapped, she filed for divorce from her allegedly cheating husband. Restraining orders, police intervention, and child support drama all made their way into the mix too.
Things calmed down for a while until earlier this year. Many will remember Jules making headlines this past February for her arrest. She had allegedly attacked her estranged husband Michael Wainstein. Now, some good news (relatively speaking) emerges for Jules. She is allowed to see her kids again.
She may be polarizing, but there is no denying that Ramona Singer is a staple figure on the Real Housewives of New York. She really does try her best to live the most authentic version of her life. The right delivery isn’t always there… but Ramona means well most of the time.
These days even her castmates are quick to accept and forgive her. If only because there is no changing her ways. The inescapable adoration for Ramona’s erratic behavior brought on sadness when we found out she was diagnosed with Lyme Disease earlier this year. Now, Ramona has some good news to share.
We’re on to week three of the Real Housewives of New York Season 12, with this season’s cast dynamics well underway. Everyone is getting along with new housewife Leah McSweeney. At least for now. All the women are still not “housewives” by definition, and arguing over who gets the best room is still very much engraved in their DNA.
In fact, it might seem like not much has changed. Until you realize that Luann de Lesseps can now drink as she pleases out of probation. And the woman who would have had the most to say about this, Skinnygirl CEO Bethenny Frankel, is no longer part of the cast. Bethenny made recent comments on the ratings, and a revitalized Luann has responded.
Well ahead of its Season 10 premiere tonight, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been delivering us drama. We’ve seen rumors fly between Brandi Glanville and Denise Richards, pulling the rest of the girls into the mix in classic Beverly Hills fashion. Erika Jayne, who will be holding a diamond for the 5th time this season, is no stranger to this level of drama.
Erika‘s Season 7 tagline was “I may be two people, but I’m not two-faced.” Well, Erika, we’re sorry you had to learn this the hard way. This isn’t true for the rest of the cast. Erika has faced people talking about her every season, but season ten may take the cake. Denise seemed to get on with Erika last season. However, loyalties are always up for grabs in Beverly Hills.
Compared to other iterations of the franchise, the first season of Below Deck Sailing Yacht has been relatively smooth sailing so far. Chef Adam Glick has garnered consistent praise Captain Glenn Shephard. All the charter guests have left with a smile on their face. Love is even in the air! At least for now.
From the first episode, we saw chief stew Jenna MacGillivray and Adam hit it off. What started off as friendly flirting quickly became one of the biggest storylines of the season. Some of the staff, namely Madison Stalker, are finding their relationship unprofessional as things heat up.
Former reigning queen of Beverly Hills Lisa Vanderpump was on Watch What Happens Live earlier this week, and discussed with host Andy Cohen the impact that coronavirus has had on her restaurants. As we’ve all seen throughout the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules, Lisa owns four restaurants in Los Angeles, Villa Blanca, SUR, PUMP and TomTom.
All of Lisa’s restaurants are now closed due to the novel coronavirus. As a result, SURvers, bartenders, and other staff unemployed. Though it’s hard to imagine Lisa’s restaurants not bouncing back, Lisa’s concerns are completely valid given the current air of uncertainty the country faces. But for the sake of PUMP’S Pinky Happy Hour, we hope her restaurants survive too.