Elyse Slaine had a pretty awkward introduction to viewers in the latest season of Real Housewives of New York. She was introduced as Ramona Singer‘s friend, but let’s be honest she has a lot of those. And the two ended up falling out majorly, with Mona claiming she was using her for fame.
Elyse was ultimately too chill to be Housewives material — she’s not the one to throw wine or flip tables. Maybe that’s why in a recent interview, she revealed that she’s actually a little afraid of some of the women from other cities.
Someone please tell the producers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta to get their act together. Has there ever been a season of Atlanta this boring before? They’re even cutting out dramatic scenes that they advertised? What’s up with that? We all know the women are going on a trip to Charleston, so the potential for drama is there. Group scenes are key to a successful season, and this season has been lacking in that. FINALLY, the group will be all together.
With the entire group finally about to be in the same place, the true dynamics can finally begin. There’s been a few little side feuds so far, but now allegiances will be formed. Sides will be chosen. Kenya Moore is trying her hardest to stir the pot, but nobody is taking the bait. The biggest thing looming within the group is the upcoming StripperGate drama. In what ways will an alleged night with the stripper change the course of this season?
When we first met Real Housewives of Salt Lake City stars Heather Gay and Lisa Barlow, their relationship was already rocky. Lisa, who owns several alcohol brands with her husband, channeled Mariah Carey and denied knowing Heather during their days at the same college. Well, except that she remembered that her RHOSLC co-star was “a good time girl.”
This was news to Heather, who was upset by Lisa’s comments. Heather, who owns Beauty Lab & Laser, is divorced from Billy Gay III who comes from “Mormon Royalty.” She has struggled to find her footing since her divorce, and recently confided in her three daughters that she feels shamed and judged by the Mormon church.
In the premiere episode, Heather Gay certainly seemed like the most traditionally Mormon cast member of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. But looks can be deceiving. In her tagline, Heather states, “Just like my pioneer ancestors, I’m trying to blaze a new trail.”
That is because Heather was once married to “Mormon royalty,” whose family allegedly received a large inheritance from Howard Hughes. In fact, his family is worth a cool billion dollars.
Bravo’s national treasure, Andy Cohen, has been filming episodes of Watch What Happens Live from home because of the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, in March Andy announced that he tested positive for Covid-19.
Andy’s diagnosis meant that he had to stay separated from his adorable son, Benjamin Allen Cohen. Ben was born via surrogate on February 4, 2019.
Real Housewives of New York fans weren’t ever given a proper introduction to Elyse Slaine. She just sort of kept popping up during Season 12 and was listed as “Ramona Singer’s friend.”
We are excited to announce a collaboration with S’More, which recently started a weekly show called S’More Live Happy Hour, which includes interviews with celebs and reality stars dishing on dating stories, playing hilarious games, and spilling some tea.
Faith Stowers continues to make the media rounds in the wake of Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute being fired from Vanderpump Rules for their racist treatment of her.
While the former SURver has already dished that Stassi never reached out to her personally (and Kristen only did so after being pressured) to apologize. She did reveal in a new interview, however, that she’s mended fences with another former castmate in recent weeks.