Do you keep up with the reality TV news on and off screen? Are you looking for an outlet to share your opinions and discuss the shows you love (and love to hate on)? As Aviva Drescher once said, “Use your vocabulary, writer girl”! There’s no better way to do that than by joining the Reality Tea team.
We are looking for some passionate reality TV fans who are interested in writing for our website! Dorinda Medley eloquently declared, “Say it, forget it. Write it, regret it.” However, we don’t live by that mantra. We are all about sharing our reality TV opinions along with the latest news. As Tamra Judge infamously yelled, “THAT’S MY OPINION” and we want to hear yours!
Along with a vast knowledge of reality shows and an interest in the crazy antics of their stars, we need people who are reliable and have great communication.
Specifically, we are looking for writers who have weekday and daytime availability along with a quick turnaround time for breaking news. However, we will consider writers with other availabilities as well.
We are also open to candidates with varying levels of experience. First and foremost, we are looking for people who love reality television as much as we do.
When people ask “Do you remember that time on Real Housewives when ______?” is your answer is always “yes”? Are you so into Below Deck that you now have an extensive knowledge of yachting terminology? Did you tear up with joy when Andy Cohen announced that he was going to become a father?
Then, what are you waiting for? Send an email to [email protected] to learn more about the opportunities to join the Reality Tea team.
Recently, cameras caught Harry making out with none other than Ramona Singer. And yes, there are photos to prove it. Let’s just cross our fingers that this is a storyline on Real Housewives of New York Season 11.
Happy Friday! Let’s see what our favorite reality stars have been up to this week in an all-new photo roundup! First up, Heather Thomson and Carole Radziwill attended Bronwen Smith of B Floral’s “Circus Soiree” at the Southampton Social Club last night in Southampton, New York. Our writer, Marenah, was there and said it was a really fun night – see her pic below, too!
We also have some of the Dancing with the Stars pros attending the 2018 Industry Dance Awards. Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy hit the red carpet alongside Julianne Hough, Val Chmerkovskiy, Sharna Burgess and more.
Check out these and more reality star sightings – including former RHONY star Aviva Drescher – in the gallery!
In the wake of Luann de Lesseps‘ trip to rehab, former (and present) stars of Real Housewives Of New York and other franchises are speaking out about the producers’ tactics to allegedly push alcohol on the women in an effort to solicit big drama. This accusation is nothing new, but the details are quite illuminating and provide an interesting testimony for the behind-the-scenes workings of the show.
Aviva, known for the infamous prosthetic leg toss on the finale of season 6, was part of the RHONYcast reboot after season 4 and appeared on the show for two seasons (“writer girl“). Kelly, obviously, is notorious for her feuds with Bethenny Frankel culminating in Scary Island. Both women, along with some current housewives who chose to remain anonymous, claim there is a vested interest to push booze on the cast – even if it’s clearly against their best interest.
Aviva is all too familiar when it comes to fighting with Carole. This is not one of those situations where “time heals all wounds.” Aviva still has a lot of animosity toward her former costar and she’s not afraid to let it all out.
Former Real Housewives of New York star Heather Thomson has been busy running her businesses and living life since leaving the show, but she took a little time recently to sit down and share her thoughts on her former co-stars and more.
There’s no doubt about it: Aviva Drescher will always have a place in Real Housewives of New York history thanks to that infamous leg toss. I will never get over Aviva hurling her prosthetic leg across the room in response to being barely provoked. Other than that, I pretty much forgot she was on this show. Don’t get me wrong, that limb toss was nothing short of iconic, but the show soldiered on with some golden reality TV moments after that.
At this point, it feels like the Real Housewives of New York cast is on point, but even if changes needed to be made, adding Aviva doesn’t make the most sense. She’s not close with anyone on the show and it would just feel vicariously awkward watching her interact with the women at some Skinnygirl event.