After months of speculation, and heated negotiations, Real Housewives of Atlanta OG NeNe Leakes is done with the show… for now anyway. It would not be shocking if she made a return, since she has before.
In all honesty, it was pretty obvious that NeNe was gone. The upcoming season is currently filming. They are nearly halfway through and NeNe hadn’t filmed one scene. So, of course, she wasn’t coming back to the show. The writing was on the wall.
It’s been three months since the Vanderpump Rules reckoning. Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Brett Caprioni, and Max Boyens were all fired after Season 8 for racist behavior. Since then, Stassi and Kristen have mended their friendship, but are handling things a bit different.
Kristen has been more outspoken about getting fired, revealing that she tried to reach out to Faith Stowers, and is donating a portion of her Cameo profits to the ACLU. While Stassi deflected by announcing that she’s pregnant. Now, for the first time Stassi has spoken about everything that has happened in an interview with Tamron Hall.
Two of the original cast members of Vanderpump Rules were #firedbyBravo in June of this year. Both Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute were shown the proverbial door when they took part in some less than ethical practices. Stassi and Kristen made the incredibly poor choice of calling the police on former SUR server, Faith Stowers. It was a retaliation move when Jax Taylor cheated on Brittany Cartwright. Because nothing makes more sense than attacking the female instead of the dude that cheated.
Unfortunately, that incident was not Stassi’s first appearance at the racially insensitive rodeo. In 2017, she made public comments about people of color wanting more recognition in the film industry. And then there was the time she decided to dress in a monochromatic ensemble and label it “Nazi chic”. If you’re keeping score at home, Stassi has a marked history with making ignorant statements. Now Stassi breaks her silence on the firing, being labeled as racist, and where she goes from here.
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Sherman Oaks Beverly Hills alum, Kathryn Edwards, made quite a splash on a recent podcast appearance. This is far more publicity than she ever experienced while a member of the RHOBH cast. But it’s safe to say most everyone is talking about a group of women who have now ousted two co-stars in a hail of ambiguous accusations and general gas lighting.
Kathryn was spared from the sophomore hot seat because she
was fired did not film a second season, but that isn’t stopping her from talking about her experience on the show. In a new interview, Kathryn detailed how Lisa Vanderpump allegedly controlled storylines and was reluctant to quit. Though Lisa is no longer involved with the program, she felt the need to address Kathryn’s chatter and set the record straight. Since fame whores gonna fame whore, this all happened on Twitter.
As the Below Deck Mediterranean season comes to a close, we can now reflect on it all. I have to admit – the last few episodes after Hannah Ferrier’s firing have been snooze-worthy. And after what Bosun Malia White and Captain Sandy Yawn pulled in getting rid of Hannah, there isn’t anyone likable left either.
Enter fan favorite Aesha Scott. She came back on board again once Hannah was gone and Bugsy Drake took over as Chief Stew. Aesha may be the only likable cast member left. Too bad that won’t save the sinking ship that is The Wellington. Pun intended.
On last night’s episode of Married At First Sight, the headaches of domestic life start to lessen the romance of being married. The couples begin to question and test their relationships Tempers flare when a husband confides in someone else’s wife about their problems. Also, a runaway bride comes home to face the consequences.
Karen doesn’t feel comfortable in her own house. Bennett begins to question Amelia’s thoughts about him. Amani finds herself between a married couple. Brett fails to take his wife’s activities seriously. Christina pressures Henry to be honest about his feelings.
This is it folks. We’ve finally reached the end of the road for this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The final part of the reunion also marks Denise Richards‘ last appearance as a housewife. The end of an era. It’s so that her friendship with Lisa Rinna ended up as a casualty in this reality war. The second half of the season was the ultimate did she or didn’t she regarding those Brandi Glanville hookup allegations.
Denise has used every tactic in the book this season to avoid taking accountability for her actions. She’s skipped events, made up fake family emergencies, and even used legal measures as a means of silence. Surely, someone who has nothing to hide wouldn’t jump through all of those hooks. Right? When you sign up to do a show like this, you know they’re going to show the good, the bad, and the hideous. This is Denise’s last stand. Let the fun begin!
We didn’t get to see a lot of Camille Grammer this season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Under the neon pink glow of bitchiness, Kyle Richards welcomed Camille to her home for a fundraiser, but she was largely absent from communicating with the group. Probably because the majority of cast members know ‘ol Cammy has no shits to give and will poke the bear just for kicks.
This is why many viewers appreciated Camille’s time on RHOBH. She was the only one to try and get dirt on Dorit Kemsley’s sketchy wallet. She called Lisa Rinna a hypocrite for fueling the Brandi Glanville and Denise Richards
farce drama. And Camille never took any of Kyle’s crap. Now Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave is on deck. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the return of Camille 007.