The jackhole of the
century year month week goes to BravoCon .Is anyone else still frustrated after attempting to buy BravoCon tickets on Tuesday morning. Did anyone else get there at 9:59 ready to purchase a three-day pass at 10 AM only to find out that they were all purchased by scalpers? Seriously, anyone? Is anyone else still upset about this? Hopefully, it’s not just me.
How many three-day passes did they sell? Three? It seems like no one got them. Or at least that’s how it feels scrolling through Twitter. There is some (alleged) hope to buy a one-day ticket, but that’s bound to be another mess, unfortuantely. What about the resale tickets? That’s not happening either.
Why have we seen Tamra Judge’s Son Ryan Vieth in every episode so far on this season of Real Housewives of Orange County? Well, it’s only been two episodes, but it’s still way too much Ryan content.
Not to pull a Kelly Dodd, but I can’t help if Tamra actually has a storyline of her own aside from sharing her children’s drama and saying that she doesn’t trust Vicki Gunvalson for the 9,345th time. Now, Ryan is making waves off-screen. Trigger warning: there is some very graphic content below.
The event that Bravo fans have been waiting for is upon us. The first-ever BravoCon is going down November 15-17 in New York City. This announcement came a couple of months ago, but no other information was released until late last week.
The tickets are not on sale, yet, but they will be next week and there are options for different schedules and budgets. Although, the event isn’t cheap, by any means. Will this be the most epic event of all time? Or the reality TV equivalent of the Fyre Festival? Let’s hope for the former.
Even though all of the full-time Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members are on the outs with Lisa Vanderpump, the end of her relationship with Kyle Richards stings the most. They were the two remaining OG cast members. Now, Kyle is the sole original remaining (as a full-time cast member, anyway), with Erika Jayne crowning her as the “queen” of the cast during the Season 9 reunion.
Many fans (adamantly) took sides in the Lisa vs. Kyle feud. Meanwhile, others wanted them to get back to the fun times they use to have
teaming up against other cast members. Reunion host and Real Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen is rooting for a reconciliation and he thinks he know what it will take for them to get back on good terms.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 9 has been the show’s most interesting season in recent years. Unfortunately, that still wasn’t enough to keep fans satisfied. We can all agree that this show needs to shake up the cast. DESPERATELY.
These ladies and their refusal to admit to anything from lawsuits to plastic surgery to puppy-related schemes have been so frustrating (and boring) to watch. Someone new needs to join this show. Tori Spelling really wants to be on RHOBH, but there’s just one problem. No one ever asked her to be a part of the cast.
Andy Cohen is the boss of all bosses. Somehow he is able to put up with dozens of Housewives across seven cities. That sounds like an exhausting job. However, someone has to do it! There are so many characters and personalities among the various cities. No two Housewives are alike, and we love that. The variety in each city is what makes the reality TV franchise something special to watch.
Andy has probably learned a lot from the various women that have been on the franchise. Between Watch What Happens Live and the reunions, he spends A LOT of time with them. Hopefully, some of their traits have rubbed off on him. Well, as long as he avoids the super shady and petty characteristics. We want to know who HE thinks he is similar to. Set the record straight Andy!
Denise Richards gave Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans some much-needed comic relief this season, but not much else. She told Camille Grammer to back off while she was wearing a fur coat and an Agency hat during the finale, but other than that, Denise had zero conflict this season.
Well, until the reunion. She and Camille randomly went at it. Camille said she didn’t like Denise and that she was boring this past season. Denise asked if Camille was “on something” during the taping. Then, Camille wondered if Denise was “on something” during a recent Watch What Happens Live appearance. In response, Denise took to Twitter to make a shocking claim about the RHOBH OG.
Denise Richards was the only full-time Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member cool with Lisa Vanderpump. Unfortunately for her (and her Twitter mentions), that is not the case nowadays.
It all started with a recent appearance Denise made on Watch What Happens Live. A fan called in and said Denise “sort of turned on” LVP and asked if something happened off-screen. Denise responded with a very
slurred awkward answer. She said, “No, I didn’t turn on her! There was… incidences that happened and I’m….. you know. It happened.” And this led to a firestorm of Twitter drama with Denise, Lisa, Lisa’s henchman John Sessa, and, ultimately a threat of legal action from Denise’s husband Aaron Phypers. Denise caused more drama from answering one question on Watch What Happens Live than she did months filming RHOBH Season 9.