Happy Pre-Friday! We have some more reality star sightings for you this week. WEtv celebrated the new season of Braxton Family Values on Monday night and the party attracted a slew of former Bravolebrities who came to hang out with Traci Braxton and others! Rich Wakile, Kathy Wakile, Kelly Bensimon and Phaedra Parks were just a few of the former Real Housewives stars who turned up for the event. Current RHONJ cast member Danielle Staub and her daughter Jillian were also there. Is it just me or does it look like Danielle had a little something done? Or is just makeup?
Kim Kardashian continued to get press attention this week as she attended the Christie’s x What Goes Around Comes Around 25th Anniversary Auction in Beverly Hills. Kim was wearing sunglasses the entire night – indoors – and carrying a bedazzled french fry bag that cost $6,000.
Check out the newest reality star sighting photos below! Also, what is going on with Simon Cowell? He looks a little rough, right?
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.
A lot of your favorite reality TV stars enjoyed their Monday off for Memorial Day. Many of them shared photos hanging out with family and friends and sweet sentiments honoring the troops in their captions.