Despite the inexplicable decision to end Below Deck Mediterranean without a reunion, fans can still get some insider scoop from Season 4. Cast members have been making the rounds on Watch What Happens Live in a bid to make up for it, and also extend their fifteen minutes of fame.
Most recently was the interior supporting team of Anastasia Surmava and Aesha Scott. These gals were the most competent and least dysfunctional duo that Chief Stew Hannah Ferrier had to work with. They also became good friends with their superior and never questioned her work ethic, unlike in previous seasons. So their storylines had less to do with discussing Hannah’s inadequacies and more to do with the aftermath of Anastasia’s shortcomings in the galley.
Below Deck Mediterranean might be gone for now, but it isn’t forgotten. The crew made it through some difficult charters, considering they began with a chef on loan from Taco Bell. Chief Stew Hannah Ferrier managed to do her best, despite losing one of her staff to the galley for the majority of charter season. Fortunately Hannah was #blessed with a competent associate this time around. Aesha Scott brought her lively spirit and ability to answer her radio on board.
Along with a positive attitude and respectable work ethic, Aesha also brought the funny. Many fans found her actions a bit over the top, and Aesha’s often bawdy expressions raised eyebrows, but Hannah lucked out. If nothing else, Aesha wasn’t Rocky Dakota. João Franco returned for round 2. Viewers remembered João’s previous season, where he leaned towards the
idiot smarmy side, seemingly playing two young ladies off each other for attention. He wound up getting the girl, until she unceremoniously dumped him for calmer waters. We thought ‘ole boy João changed his smug ways, as he seemed more focused on his job than the women. Now we are finding out that might not be the case. According to Aesha, the guy didn’t change very much after all…
When it comes to the sex train rumor heard ’round the OC, Gina Kirschenheiter might be on the wrong side of history.
The Real Housewives of Orange County star opened up during the Watch What Happens Live Aftershow about who she blames for spreading the salacious gossip about castmate Kelly Dodd and surprisingly, it’s not who you think.
I’m not gonna lie, the 50 Cent vs. Lala Kent and Randall Emmett feud was very entertaining. At first. Now, I’m just over it. When 50 Cent called out Randall for a $1 million dollar debt and came for Lala’s gold digging antics I set post alerts on Instagram just to keep up. When Randall was so nervous that he was allegedly hospitalized for some health concerns and referred to the rapper as “Fofty” it was nothing short of iconic. 50 even had t-shirts made with screenshots from the texts.
It all came to a close when Randall got 50 the cash
and found someone else to borrow money from to charter private jets for Lala. It was all good. 50 had no interest in rekindling a friendship with Randall, but he stopped his internet attack.
That was until Lala opened her mouth during a recent Watch What Happens Live appearance. She claimed that she “dinged” 50’s ego and that she had receipts, which she never showed or elaborated on. Word got back to 50 and he went in on Lala’s sobriety and Randall’s
quadruple double chin in some Instagram posts. Lala started this, but she did not know what she got herself into. Clearly. Now, Randall “My Man” Emmett is begging 50 Cent to end the war.
Vanderpump Rules fans have watched Scheana Marie make out with Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise alum Robby Hayes on the show. And in paparazzi photos. She was even seen with a different Bachelor Nation star pretty recently.
Previously, Ramona Singer said that she would love to have the lead role on The Bachelorette. She was (probably) joking, but I know it would be must-watch TV. However, former Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman has a different Real Housewives of New York star in mind to take on the task.
Gather ’round everybody, we have words of wisdom to share! I doubt anyone would accuse the Vanderpump Rules cast of being Rhodes Scholars. However, we’re not watching for educational purposes. No one is going to walk away from an episode with a profound new outlook on life. Unless a viewer abstains from alcohol based on the unfortunate life choices of Kristen Doute.
Speaking of unfortunate life choices, Lala Kent recently made one when she reignited a feud with multi-talented entertainer, and my boyfriend, 50 Cent. After 50 virtually spanked Lala on social media for celebrating her status as a
sugar baby gift recipient, Lala clapped back. Unfortunately for Lala and her betrothed, Randall Emmett, what followed was a harsh lesson in humiliation from Professor Cent. Now Lala’s cast members share their opinion on the latest events that have unfolded since Lala’s resurrection of a dead argument.
Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent has made a lot of headlines lately. Her feud with rapper 50 Cent heated back up, by her own doing, and it doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon. We all know it ain’t over till Fofty says it’s over. Lala also made news for staying sober for over six months. Kudos to her for that.
Meanwhile, her former best friend, James Kennedy, has also been in the news for his recent success in staying sober. Scheana Marie even took a break from taking selfies to comment she noticed a positive change in James. So now that Lala and James are both on the right track, does this mean they can salvage their friendship as well?
Can you believe we are coming to the end of the Below Deck Mediterranean charter season? What a season it has been! Not only have we been treated to the beautiful vistas of the South of France, we have been treated to some beautiful drama from the crew and the guests.
Last season, chief stew Hannah Ferrier was the Queen of Boat Drama, mooning over bosun Conrad Empson. Hannah was freqeuntly derelict in her job duties, taking smoke breaks galore–and even took to her bed for a day with a bad case of Mediterranean Love Sickness. Try that with your boss and see what happens! This season, Hannah has seemed more committed to her job, boldly announcing at the start of the season, “I feel like this charter season my job is my number one priority.” Do Hannah’s crewmates think she has lived up to her lofty new employee performance goal?