You don’t have to be a member of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City or a celebrity in general to question what Jen Shah was doing on reality TV. As per official court documents, Jen was accused of running a nationwide telemarketing fraud scheme. Was she aware of her involvement in alleged illegal dealings? It’s necessary to note that nothing has been proven at this time, and Jen pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Jen either unwittingly put herself in a more precarious situation, or some level of narcissism had her feeling invincible. Either way, everyone in the Real Housewives circuit has an opinion, and some alums are coming out of the wood-work to share theirs.
Gone but not forgotten. Lisa Vanderpump has managed to remain semi-relevant since her exit from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It’s doubly impressive since her other show, Vanderpump Rules is also in need of some serious revival. While Lisa would have you think everything is going well, viewers have other ideas.
Either way, Lisa’s faithful followers were overjoyed in July when news broke she had snagged a new show surrounding her Vanderpump Dogs rescue. Fans had to hold on tight, though, since some people didn’t share that die-hard loyalty to LVP. There’s still a few theories that puppy-gate was just a launching pad for Ken Todd and Lisa to start yet another venture. Deep breaths everyone.
Real Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd has been busy offending people near and far with her tone-deaf comments about the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. In May of 2020, Kelly commented on the Covid-19 pandemic by comparing it to “the flu.” Kelly stated on Instagram, “Well, people are going to die! I’m sorry to tell ya.” Her comments just boggle my mind.
Back in April, Kelly again took to Instagram to inform the world that coronavirus is “God’s way of thinning the herd!” Dr. Dodd once again apologized, but the damage was done.
Dr. Terry Dubrow was able to parlay his plastic surgery expertise and his Real Housewives of Orange County screen time to get his own show with Dr. Paul Nassif, Botched.
Now, a patient is claiming that Terry botched her procedure and the whole situation is just so complicated. Let’s try to break it down.
If Meghan Edmonds and Jim Edmonds were half as interesting when they were on reality TV as they’ve been since their Real Housewives of Orange County exit, they’d probably still be on the show. These two are just the messiest exes.
From the sexting scandal to the allegations that he had an affair with their nanny, the headlines just don’t stop with this former couple. They argue about child custody and their past threesomes in public. There is just way more juicy information to talk about these days than when they were on the show.
Times are tough for everyone during this coronavirus pandemic. Everyone is doing what they can to be safe and secure right now. Part of that involves keeping proper hygiene, practicing social distancing, and washing those hands. And, unfortunately, it’s not always possible to get to a sink for a proper hand washing, which is where the hand sanitizer comes in. Well, in theory, anyway. Hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and household cleaning products are hard to find these days.
Luckily for you, Dr. Terry Dubrow and Heather Dubrow are selling $28.95 bottles of hand sanitizer. In case anyone missed it, that was some sarcasm because who wants to spend $28.95 on hand sanitizer? Well, a lot of people objected to the Dubrows attempt to make a buck.
Even with the quarantine, plenty of reality TV stars celebrated Easter. Some of them even dressed up to eat dinner in the dining room, which is way more than what I did. Props to them.
Real Housewives of New York star Dorinda Medley wore bunny ears in the Berkshires. Margaret Josephs spent some quality time with her mom, Marge Senior. Terry Dubrow, Heather Dubrow, and their kids all wore matching Easter pajamas. I had no idea that was a thing. But, again, they put a lot more effort into getting dressed than I did yesterday.
The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 14 reunion episodes were cringe-worthy, to say the least. Vicki Gunvalson yelling “this is my show,” when she wasn’t even a full-time cast member and she had nothing to do with the show’s development back in the day, was just so humiliating and embarrassing.
Vicki claimed that she would never return to RHOC unless she was a full-time cast member again. Well, it’s unclear if Vicki got another low ball offer and actually walked away or if she was just straight up fired, but she’s gone and it’s clear someone was tired of her antics. Vicki announced her departure from the show via Instagram before Season 15 filming started up. Before Vicki’s humiliating final moments on the show, she was doing what she could to restore the show to its former glory. Allegedly, she asked Heather Dubrow to return to “her” show following Season 13.