Check out what your favorite reality TV stars have been up to all week with an all-new photo post!
Above: Luann De Lesseps visits Magaschoni's Pink Cashmere Pop-Up Shop at Bloomingdale's New York City.
Below you will find Nicole Richie, Sonja Morgan, Tamar Braxton, Kim Kardashian, Joanna Krupa, Miss Advised star Amy Laurent and more!
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Were you left sitting at home, drying your tears because Jacqueline Laurita's Sparkling Event for Austim Speaks was all sold out? Don't fret, as we have all the behind-the-scenes scoop for you!!
Tom Murro of Fox Morning Extra dished the deets with us on the event, which drew in support from Jacqueline's RHONJ co-stars Caroline Manzo and her crew (the hubby and all three kids), especially since the event was held at the Brownstone. According to Tom, there was "no sign of Teresa, the Gorgas or Wakiles." Adding that "Caroline was sweet".
Jacqs gave a speech to the crowd and admitted that she was nervous about it. Tom shared, "Jax admitted she was quite nervous, more specifically- ''scared shit'' about giving a speech in front of the crowd, she said it's very different from being in front of camera, but she pulled it off, speaking about her son and all children with Autism. Her speech kicked ass, was from the heart, and brought tears to many guests eyes."
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You guys, a new non-Housewives, non-real estate, non-cooking show will attempt to stay on Bravo for longer than 5 seconds in a few weeks! Miss Advised, a show following three “relationship experts” and their dating attempts will premiere on Bravo June 18. The women talked to Wetpaint about the show and how it’s a bit different from Bravo’s previous attempts at the non-housewives niche. For one, the three women don’t interact each other.
They all live in different cities: Emily Morse, a “sexpert” lives in San Francisco; matchmaker Amy Laurent in New York and Internet celebrity (I refuse to refer to her as a relationship expert for a few reasons) Julia Allison in Los Angeles and there won’t be any staged “girls vacations” or “lunches” like we see on other shows. The other difference is we won’t see the women try to solve other’s problems, but instead, they’ll have to tackle themselves.
Amy says, “It wasn’t easy for us to expose our flaws. At the end of the day, people are either going to love us or hate us for it — but one thing’s for sure, we don’t walk around acting like our poop doesn’t stink!”
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