Am I the only one who forgot that Naomie Olindo is a full-time cast member? I feel like I have been in more episodes this season than she has. However, the few times that we did see her, she was telling us how she didn’t think she was good enough for her “perfect” boyfriend Metul Shah. During tonight’s reunion episode, she defends her man from accusations that he is controlling.
Meanwhile, Shep Rose wonders if Metul’s demeanor is a result of cultural differences, prompting Naomie to remind him that Metul is from Washington, D.C. not India. Oh, Shep.
Another season of Southern Charm wrapped up last week at Patricia Altschul’s stag party. Shep Rose created drama by bringing the two mystery women from Austen Kroll’s threesome video as dates for himself and Craig Conover. A move obviously meant to embarrass Madison Lecroy and Austen, the tawdry video’s stars.
What we found out at the party is that despite the video being a predominant Season 6 storyline, nothing actually happened between Austen and the women. The ladies were basically using his apartment as a free hostel for the night. Just the fact that Shep brought the two women to the event set tongues-a-wagging, however. So, what do Shep’s cast mates really think of his shady maneuver? And did the cameras capture everything at the party?
We are back with Instagram Roundup! This time we are trying it out on a monthly basis with a look back of the most interesting photos from this past month.
Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder shared engagement photos with new fiancé Beau Clark. The two them along with other cast members went to Vegas for Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz’s legal marriage ceremony. Yes, in case you weren’t aware, it wasn’t legal the first time they tied the knot, so they had to do it again.
We all know that reality TV stars get (and probably send) more racy DM’s than the rest of us. Southern Charm viewers saw Craig Conover and Shep Rose flip out when Madison LeCroy DM’ed Danni Baird’s then-boyfriend, but at least she didn’t send any photos… that we know of.
However, it’s actually a different Southern Charm lady that gets the most direct messages. And, no, it’s not Cameran Eubanks, Kathryn Dennis, Naomie Olindo, or Chelsea Meissner. It’s actually Pat Altschul who’s getting the most notifications out of the Southern Charm ladies.
It seems like Craig Conover is over the split with Naomie Olindo. It may have taken way too long in a very public manner, but he finally got that last bit of closure during their only one-on-one coversation during this season of Southern Charm.
We never really got to see if their relationship progressed since Naomie skipped out on pretty much every event Craig went to. She didn’t go to the pillow party at his house. She also ditched the cast trip to Colorado and was forced to film with Ashley Jacobs instead. However, Naomie and Craig were both at the season finale party, where Craig was miffed that she and her new man Metul Shah wouldn’t take shots with him. Well, Naomie can’t ditch the Southern Charm reunion. Should we expect the exes to argue about their previous relationship and throw shade? Apparently not.
There’s nothing to “dislike” about Southern Charm star Cameran Eubanks, but also don’t know much about her. She does not share much with the cameras. Meanwhile, Austen Kroll has been going through it with on-again-off-again girlfriend Madison LeCroy. Craig Conover after his breakup with Naomie Olindo on his quest to make pillows.
Basically, there are some people on this show who share their realities and then there are others who share teeny, tiny edited slivers of their lives. We’ve all known this for a while, but now Craig is actually calling Cameran out for skating by.
Well this has been a long time coming. It’s only been three years, but honestly this court case has aged us all. Thankfully, it looks like the custody saga between Kathryn Dennis and Thomas Ravenel has reached a plateau.The former Southern Charm couple didn’t make it easy on each other, or their kids, but hopefully this resolution will allow all involved to heal accordingly. He implied Kathryn used drugs with the Southern Charm crew and producers. Upon requesting her medical records, Thomas claimed Kathryn had an abortion and was promiscuous with men. Pretty much the only thing he didn’t accuse her of is sexual assault, though I guess he has that one covered.
Kathryn definitely has her own demons. She admitted to a problem with substance abuse and subsequently went to rehab. Kathryn also found herself the pariah of her cast mates, when uncouth behavior made her a social outcast. After Thomas’ own uncouth behavior found him behind bars, the tide began to turn against Kathryn’s ex. His arrest encouraged Kathryn to file for sole custody and the mud slinging really began. It’s safe to say Kathryn and Thomas could carry Southern Charm on their own, but now we’re finding out one chapter of this non-storybook romance is finally ending.
Craig Conover has been pretty open this season. Southern Charm has taken him from party-boy with no work ethic to finding his way after a rough break up. Viewers have noticed the obvious over the years, Craig consistently never seems to stay on task. He tends to lose focus on a whim. Craig has come clean on challenges his faced while finishing (or not finishing) law school. When his own lack of structure caused concern, he hired a life coach. After his relationship with Naomie Olindo ended, he admitted suffering from depression.
Craig is not a bad guy. He hasn’t been arrested for sexual assault. He hasn’t publicly humiliated a person for his own amusement. He’s never been the subject of media taunting after definitely not having sex with two random women. Much like everyone else in the world, Craig has his own issues to deal with. Because he spends a great deal of time on camera, some of his actions have been called into question. He can’t seem to hold a full-time job. He takes on different projects with no conclusion. While some might label Craig as “flakey,” there is a medical term for characteristics displayed by his behavior. Attention Deficit Disorder is a common, chronic condition. People are often prescribed medication to control the impulsive or hyperactive temperaments upon diagnosis. Now Craig is sharing his experience in finding out, sometimes the medication can become part of the problem.