I mean personally, I blame LeeAnne. She went on this tangent about how she was turning over a new amygdala and is gonna Start. Over. Then when Brandi, who don’t get me wrong is terrible all on her own, tried to do just that by suggesting they put everything from last season behind them, LeeAnne was like “No. Cause you hurt me.” This from the woman who decided Cary Deuber should just get over LeeAnne accusing her husband of cheating on national TV. LeeAnne, karma has come in the form of an L-22 fury wearing a deflated balloon as a shirt. D’Andra purchased it at net-a-porter and it cost all of the $200 left in her bank account. This is how mad D’Andra is – she wants you to see her coming from 10 miles away and will blow her every last cent to do so.
Most Real Housewivesearn their spot on television by being causing controversy and stirring up the pot. Real Housewives of Dallas star Stephanie Hollman is not one of those Housewives. She has managed to be both entertaining and compelling by opening up about her past and just being her true self in front of the camera crew, something many other Housewives should take note of.
This season, Stephanie opened up about her suicide attempt in her twenties. Now she is discussing the impact that episode on her life, how the fans responded, and sharing even more about her life pre-Housewives and since the show started airing.
Spoiler alert: Real Housewives of Dallas cast members LeeAnne Locken and D’Andra Simmons do not leave their beef behind in Season 3. They are still very much at odds, talking shit, and spilling tea whenever they have the chance. There’s no doubt that these two will be sitting on different couches when they film the reunion.
Real Housewivesfans have seen women become friends after even enduring even worse feuds, but at this point it seems very unlikely that these former best friends are going to reconcile any time soon.
During the second episode of the season, Stephanie shared even more about her past with depression and why she contemplated taking her own life. Her willingness to be so honest about her past and her openness to befriending LeeAnne have made her own of the most compelling cast members to watch this season.
Even without an official announcement, it’s so obvious that the Real Housewives of New York cast is filming Season 11 right now. Sure, they usually do film the season during the same time frame each year, but the true indication that Season 11 is in progress are all the recent photos of the cast getting together. Dorinda Medley, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Luann de Lesseps, and Tinsley Mortimershared photos from the Berkshires. Does this mean we get two different Berkshires trips next season? Please don’t tell me they swapped out Christmas for random fall fun. We NEED a Berkshires Christmas episode- or three.
This season on Real Housewives of Dallashas Cary Deuber caught in the middle of the drama. She’s not actually involved in all of the storylines, but she’s just doing what she can to maintain relationships with everyone on the show, even if they are all arguing with each other.
Sometimes she’s just being neutral. On other occasions, she’s on an “honesty kick” telling each of them what their frenemy said about her the night before. Don’t get me wrong, Cary’s insistence on honesty is great for the show. She stirs the pot and pushes the plot lines forward, but that might not sit well with the rest of the ladies by the time the season is over.
When Real Housewives of Dallas started out, it was all about the charity scene in Dallas. Ironically enough, it has been more difficult for the women to partake in philanthropy ever since the show started airing. It would make sense for the ladies to be more than welcomed thanks to all of the exposure they’ve received from the show, but some members of Dallas society are not welcoming their presence.
I was all about this season of Real Housewives Of Dallas, which seemed to be moving through petty problems quickly and focusing on real friendships with light drama. Enter D’Andra Simmons’ midlife crisis and nervous breakdown coupled with LeeAnne Locken‘s 35,000th multiple personality: yuppie dharma leader who met her wealthy second husband on a zen retreat, then ditched her Birkenstocks for ballgowns and goes around Dallas selling spirituality to on the charity circuit. Now I know that’s not ACTUALLY who LeeAnne is, or even close to what she’s got going on, but in my mind when LeeAnne imagines this new so-called peacemaker persona she’s developed, this is what she’s basing it off.
Anyway, D’Andra needs to get her head out from under LeeAnne’s wedding gown (or lack thereof) and stop embarrassing herself. And LeeAnne needs to stop pretending she cares about Stephanie Hollman‘s friendship. We all see her salivating over Stephanie with a piranha grin and we know she plans to serve up Stephaphina Soup at a dinner party that Brandi Redmond is also invited to.