There are a lot of sad new stories right now because of this awful coronavirus pandemic. However, there are some people who have done positive things in response to this horrible virus.
Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel has stepped up in a major way, again. Bethenny’s BStrong foundation and its supporters have come through to give healthcare workers the supplies that they desperately need right now.
Bravo viewers always look forward to the Andy Cohen-hosted reunion episodes. There’s just nothing like that level of drama. However, many television productions have halted in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The scheduled reunion for Real Housewives of Atlanta was supposed to happen in March, but it got postponed. Recently, Stassi Schroeder confirmed that the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 reunion was scheduled to film in April, but was also officially postponed. While the viewers can’t help looking forward to those reunions, Andy just had the one reunion he was most excited for (by far): the reunion with his son Benjamin. Following Andy’s positive diagnosis for coronavirus, Andy and Benjamin had been living separately, with Andy watching his son via nanny cam.
Even with all of the warnings and plethora of information, there are still a lot of people who are not taking the recommended safety precautions during the coronavirus pandemic. One of those people is Gregg and NeNe Leakes‘ son Brentt Leakes.
And, NeNe called out her son, very publicly, about not taking this seriously enough.
This isn’t surprising news, by any means, but the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 reunion taping has been postponed. Officially. Nevertheless, writing has been on the while for a while, given the current coronavirus pandemic.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion had already been postponed. Below Deck stopped filming Season 8 early. Many TV shows have been put on hold, so, again, this wasn’t a “shock.” But, now it’s official, according to Pump Rules OG Stassi Schroeder.
Most live talk shows are on a hiatus in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, there are some that have just switched things up by filming separately at home via video chat. After a bit of a break, Watch What Happens Live returns tonight. And, yes, Andy Cohen will still be hosting, despite his own Coronavirus diagnosis.
Watch What Happens Live will be taped from the privacy of Andy’s apartment. But he will still have some guests on the episode, also taping remotely from wherever they are quarantining.
I’m not gonna lie, it gives me discomfort to watch Ciara Duggan and Paget Berry’s relationship on Below Deck Sailing Yacht. As a self-proclaimed reality TV expert, I know that it doesn’t usually make great television to show a couple getting along. I’m sure there’s some cute footage of these two sitting on the editing room floor. We will just never see that on TV.
Nevertheless, the footage that we have seen on Below Deck Sailing Yacht has been so awkward. These two don’t seem to have the best working relationship. On top of that, Ciara claims that she is unbothered by Paget’s flirtation with Georgia Grobler. Meanwhile, she could not look any more bothered if she tried. It seems like this relationship is pretty rocky. But, will they stick it out and continue their shared life of living and working together? Or will the collaboration end at the conclusion of this charter season? It’s tough to say, but, apparently, these two are quarantined together in Italy, waiting for the end of the coronavirus outbreak.
Most people have experienced personal growth in the midst of this Coronavirus outbreak, focusing on the most important things in life, leaving unnecessary drama behind. Unfortunately, that cannot be said about everyone.
Well, Meghan Edmonds and Jim Edmonds still have very public custody drama. Again.
There’s no question that the Coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we all live our lives. There are first responders, delivery truck drivers, and grocery store workers putting themselves at risk every single day. Many people are quarantined at home, trying to find a new normal in a tough situation.
In one way or another, we are all going through it. And cheesiness aside, some people have learned lessons from this experience. One of those people is Jax Taylor, believe it or not. Not only that, but the Vanderpump Rules star also has a theory on why God created Coronavirus. Yep, the artist formerly known as Jason Cauchi is getting philosophical on us, with a grammatically flawed monologue.