Sure, they “made up,” but the tension has been thick between the two of them ever since. Watching the show back and commenting on their past arguments in interviews and on social media definitely hasn’t helped the situation. Nowadays it’s clear that these two are not on speaking terms and they are bound to be arguing with each other on opposite couches when they tape the reunion.
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.
Shannon is all about her post-divorce snapback, her line of food at QVC, and her children. Meanwhile, Emily and Gina are upset that Shannon has no interest in being friends with them. Is Shannon being cold to them? Or are they just forgetting about the drama that Gina brought Shannon into? Is it possible that they’re all right/wrong on some level? Not in Shannon’s eyes. She is adamant that she just doesn’t have the time to acknowledge Gina and Emily- even though that is pretty much what she has to do as a cast member on Real Housewives of Orange County.
The post-walk-of-shame fight between Mike Shouhedand Reza Farahan during the Shahs of Sunset cast trip in Las Vegas was nothing short of explosive. Was it necessary? No, not really, but it also wasn’t necessary for Reza to tell Shervin Roohparvarthat Mike’s girl Morgan moved out of his place. How did he think that one was going to end up?
It was great TV, and they did end up making up before the episode ended, so all is well that ends well- except that this never ends. There is a reunion show and other press interviews; i.e. opportunities to throw more shade. Reza and Destiney Roseappeared on Watch What Happens Live to discuss the last Shahs of Sunset episode.
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.
Of course, most of the ladies uploaded photos from the big day. Well, they all did except for Eva, who is probably waiting to get those professionally edited pics back from the photographer for an exclusive article instead of sharing an iPhone photo on Instagram. Zero photos of Eva or her wedding dress have surfaced, but the other Atlanta ladies shared a bunch of great pics.
Shannon is so focused on her own personal comeback that she has adopted a “no new friends” attitude. Then again, Shannon has pretty much never got along with new cast members on this show. So it’s just a different season with the same old Shannon in that regard.
Even though Kelly Bensimon was only on Real Housewives of New York for three seasons, her impact is eternal. No one will ever forget those Scary Island episodes or that infamous scene when she told Bethenny Frankel “I’m up here, you’re down here.” This woman provided us with a lifetime supply of meme and GIF inspiration.
Years later, Kelly is still being asked about Bethenny and she still has new shade to throw. Whether you agree with Kelly’s opinions or not, there’s no denying that she’s entertaining and occasionally offensive.