Real Housewives of Dallas returned without one very formidable Texan. LeeAnne Locken did not come back to the series after calling Kary Brittingham a “Mexican” approximately 40 different times on camera. After being put on blast and re-seated by Brandi Redmond at the last reunion, we won’t see LeeAnne again. But maybe Brandi will have her own seat at this season’s reunion. LeeAnne’s secret detective squad unleashed some unfavorable social media of Brandi’s. She and LeeAnne might have gone to the same school, where not making fun of other people wasn’t part of the lesson plan.
Now Dr. Tiffany Moon is on the scene. I waaaaant to likkkkee herrrrrr buuuut sheeee extendsssss herrrrr wordsssss. Kary is treating Tiff like a sorority pledge for no apparent reason and the jury is still out on whether or not Tiffany will fit in. No one will deny LeeAnne was a dominant figure. Everything was about her and if it wasn’t, she made it about her. Kameron Westcott was usually #TeamLeeAnne in any dispute, which impacted her friendships with Brandi and Stephanie Hollman. But now that LeeAnne has peaced out, will we have a new trifecta?
The 2016 presidential election was central to Carole Radziwill’s storyline on Real Housewives of New York season 9.
She hosted a victory party for Hillary Clinton, which she planned before finding out the election results. Carole’s tagline even played into that election loss, with her quipping, “In the politics of friendship, I win the popular vote.”
Tiffany Moon is coming in hot on Real Housewives of Dallas. She is only two episodes into her first season and she’s already bringing a lot to the table. In addition to stirring it up with her new co-stars, she’s bringing a lot of wealth to show.
During the most recent episode, she had D’Andra Simmons and Stephanie Hollman at her home to hang out. That visit included a home tour, which consisted of a a foray into her closet (which has a finger print lock). She also showed the ladies some of her favorite handbags. Stephanie was polite during the home tour, but she said it was “obnoxious” for bragging about her belongings.
It’s nearly impossible for a Real Housewife to get a “good edit” every single season. Usually, if that’s happening for too long, the cast member would just get fired. Usually the words “good edit” equate to “boring.”
However, Stephanie Hollman manages to be entertaining while being the sweetheart of Real Housewives of Dallas. The OG cast member has been going strong for five seasons now. Well, now there’s some gossip about why she’s coming across so well on the series.
For anyone who was wondering about how Real Housewives of Dallas would fare without LeeAnne Locken stirring up drama, well, there’s no need to worry now that Tiffany Moon is here. After the most recent episode, she continued to argue with Kary Brittingham, Stephanie Hollman, and Kameron Westcott on social media.
During the second episode of the season, Tiffany said that Kary was way too pushy with the tequila shots. As a result, Tiffany felt like she was hazed and bullied. Well, a week later, some of the ladies thought Tiffany was way too pushy trying to get them to eat chicken feet at her brunch. Tiffany was just trying to introduce her culture to the Dallas ladies, but some of them didn’t love her approach.
Season 15 of Real Housewives of Orange County was a weird season. It was dark and disorienting watching the ladies deal with the Covid pandemic. But one special Housewife spent time bashing the science about the coronavirus, as well as her RHOC co-stars. Step right up, Kelly Dodd!
Kelly spent all her spare time spreading dangerous, and false, information about the coronavirus. In April of 2020, Dr. Kelly Dodd said of Covid, “It’s God’s way of thinning the herd!” Sigh.
All good things must come to an end, and then there’s this season of Real Housewives of Orange County. Because of the Rona, we didn’t have as many episodes produced, so that was a tiny gift to viewers. I doubt anyone will dispute it was Braunwyn Windham-Burke’s season. Not so much because she is a compelling individual, she just pulled every card in the Bravo playbook and laid them all down.
Elizabeth Lyn Vargas was supposed to be a breath of fresh air, but, was she? Elizabeth may or may not be hiding stuff about her marriage, divorce, and relationship with that dude she definitely isn’t banging. Shannon Beador’s new man was supposed to soften her attitude. Unfortunately, that ‘tude is sharper than ever and those edges are jagged – and for Christ’s sake, she asked for EGG WHITES. Our favorite scientist Kelly Dodd’s job might be on the line, because her mouth is it’s own entity. RHOC is finally over and the reunion is coming. Let’s see what we’re in for.
Last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reached a new dramatic high for the series. Secrets were revealed. Glass was shattered. Middle school hip-hop choreography was performed. Now it’s time for the fallout. Which feels catastrophic for Jen Shah as she mopes around her empty ski chalet. Coach Shah is so angry about her outburst at his birthday party that he hasn’t been home in days. And it looks like her friendships with some of the other ‘Wives are on thin ice too.
Meanwhile, Whitney Rose drops by Beauty Lab + Laser to rehash the drama with Heather Gay. First and foremost, the cousins are in agreement that Whitney did absolutely nothing wrong by dropping bomb and bomb at the birthday bash and getting everything out on the table. But Whitney is a little miffed that Heather cut into her moment and interrupted the message she was trying to deliver to Jen. However, in Heather’s mind, the issue runs deeper than just another Jen blow-up. It’s about Jen choosing Lisa Barlow and Meredith Marks over her and Whitney. A classic game of Housewives picking sides!