We all know that Jerry O’Connell and his wife Rebecca Romijn are Bravo superfans, but how far does that fandom go?
During last night’s Watch What Happens Live, a viewer called in to ask, “Have you ever roleplayed with Rebecca in the bedroom as any Bravo couple? If so, who was it?” What a question! And Jerry’s answer even had the normally talkative Andy Cohen, sitting there speechless.
During the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 premiere episode, Stassi Schroeder (hilariously) pointed out that all of the cast members’ houses all look alike. So, of course, this begs the question: who has the best house? Obviously, this is a completely subjective thing, but, plenty of cast members have shared their two cents about this.
Back in the summer, Lala Kent dished on the new homes with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live. When she was asked to pick her favorite, Lala said, “Um, I think Jax [Taylor] and Brittany [Cartwright]. Their whole set up, it’s very homey, their backyard is amazing. I think they got like a stellar house.” She also threw in a diss about Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval’s new place when she said, “I mean Tom and Ariana don’t have furniture.” It does take some people time to furnish a new home. They must have furniture by now though, right?
Southern Charm’s Shep Rose is someone who lives life on his own terms. Shep generally does and says whatever he pleases, which sometimes can get him into trouble. Last year, he made fun of a homeless woman in an Instagram post, resulting in him apologizing and shutting down his Twitter account for a time. Shep has also had dust-ups with co-stars, including Craig Conover and Madison LeCroy, and even got into a Twitter feud with The Rock.
Vanderpump Rules stars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright called out Shep on Watch What Happens Live last week for his behavior at their wedding. When asked which one of their guests’ behavior was the most annoying at their summer nuptials, the couple bestowed the honor on Shep. He had posted pictures of their wedding online, including Brittany walking down the aisle. Understandably, neither Jax nor Brittany were happy about it. As usual, Shep had something to say about the matter and took to social media to defend himself.
Real Housewives of Dallas Season 4 has come to a close. The reunion ended with LeeAnne Locken cranking out some tears while apologizing to Kary Brittingham for her offensive comments about Kary’s Mexican heritage.
The cast and some viewers have come down hard on LeeAnne. In the meantime, LeeAnne’s wedding planner has been pushing a three-year-old video of Brandi Redmond seemingly mocking Asians. Neither LeeAnne’s remarks nor Brandi’s video is OK, but the timing of that is very suspicious. Deflection alert. Stephanie Hollman dished on LeeAnne’s reunion apology and the Brandi video during last night’s episode of Watch What Happens Live.
Danielle Staub has gone out of her way to stay relevant with the hopes of securing a full-time spot on Real Housewives of New Jersey. Unfortunately for her, Bravo didn’t want to buy the cow if they could get the milk for free. Instead, Danielle got married, got engaged again, befriended Teresa Giudice, and pulled Margaret Josephs‘ hair allfor a part-time “Friend of the Housewives” spot on RHONJ.
She doesn’t get a tagline. She doesn’t get confessionals. And, of course, she doesn’t get what matters most: that full-time paycheck. Now, that she and Teresa are on the outs, there’s no chance that she will be on the show next season. I mean, come on, every other cast member cannot stand her. So, instead of just fading away or getting fired, Danielle recently announced her retirement from the show during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live. Yes, this is such a moot point since she hasn’t been a real cast member since Season 2 and she has zero relationships with current cast members, but here we are. It seems like she’s took a cue from the Jill Zarin playbook. Jill is constantly teasing a return to RHONY, but she too recently said she’s “done with the show,” although we all know she’d sprint to the set if production ever called her. This is because the show is done with her, not the other way around.
When Season 8 of Vanderpump Rules premiered on Tuesday night, many fans were shocked to discover tension in Jax Taylor‘s relationship with longtime BFF Tom Sandoval.
Throughout the episode, each took repeated jabs at the other about his supposed lack of support — in regards to Jax‘s wedding to Brittany Cartwright and Tom buying a house with girlfriend Ariana Madix. However, Jax took the simmering feud a step further by dragging Ariana into the fray in a new interview.
Vanderpump Rules stars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright tied the knot in Summer 2019. Fans will get to see it all play out this season on the show, but will it be a Pump Rules/ Southern Charm crossover? It just might be.
Shep Rose did attend the big event and he has the distincion of being “the worst wedding guest ever,” or at least thats how Jax and Brittany feel.
Vanderpump Rules stars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright have been vocal about their desire to have a baby ASAP. However, there’s a halt in those plans.
The newlyweds already have some big plans in 2020. Lala Kent is marrying Randall Emmett in April. Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark will tie the knot in Italy next fall. Obviously, Jax and Brittany are invited to both events. And that’s why there’s a delay on the babies.