Reality Tea is proud to announce that we’re collaborating with our fellow Evolve Media LLC websites for #WeSayThanks. This is campaign to thank and raise money for essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
#WeSayThanks coincides with Police Week, Public Works Week, and National Medical Services Week. We have also created a limited-edition T-shirt, with the promise to donate $5 from each sale to charities that support our essential workers and their families during this difficult time.
We understand that the pandemic has affected everyone in some way or another. Charity should be about contributing what you are comfortable with and able to do. It is completely understood that not all of our readers are in the market for a philanthropic t-shirt. That is completely OK! Whether or not you purchase a shirt, we would love it if you joined our initiative by telling us who you are thankful for in the comments section of this article or on Twitter with the hashtag #WeSayThanks. A simple “thanks” goes a long way.
We would also like to thank some reality TV stars who have given back during the coronavirus pandemic. And, of course, we want to thank everyone who has given their time and money during this time, especially those who are not in the public eye. We appreciate you!
You would figure that people would be done beefing on social media during a global pandemic. Yet, that’s not the case. Even when people try to help and do “the right” thing by encouraging people to comply with CDC guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak, there are still haters.
Jersey Shore Family Vacation viewers watch the Sitch prepare for his prison stint and even saw the drive on the way to prison. Even though he hasn’t appeared in the most recent episodes (obviously), his wife Lauren has, and the Jersey Shore roomies have visited him and talked about how he’s been doing in jail. He has also called the cast and appeared via speakerphone in a few episodes.
Even the abs were gone. Instead of drugs and alcohol, The Situation turned to pasta and funfetti cake for comfort. He truly seemed like a kinder, gentler soul. Nevertheless, he did the crime and now he’s doing the time. And it’s not like he’s the only reality star with tax issues. Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice, and Abby Lee Miller have served jail time for similar offenses. But, apparently, he’s having a great time behind bars. Or at least he is according to Snooki.
It felt like there were Real Housewives meetups happening all over the country this week. Or at least that’s what it seemed like when I scroll through my Instagram feed. Kandi Burruss supported Beverly Hills Housewife Erika Jayne at her Atlanta concert. Potomac Housewives Gizelle Bryant hung out with Real Housewives of Atlanta OG NeNe Leakes. Warning: they applied way too much airbrush to their IG photo. Cynthia Bailey left the ATL to hang out with Dorinda Medley in New York City.
Real Housewives of Dallas stars Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond shared photos hanging with their kids. Meanwhile, their costar Cary Deuber shared a photo of her face all marked up and ready for a cosmetic procedure. Orange County Housewife Shannon Beadorfollowed her lead. Shannon posted a photo of herself getting some cosmetic enhancements. This is a social media trend that I just don’t understand.
Are you even a reality TV star if you don’t have tax problems? Obviously, that’s not an actual requirement, but it’s definitely a common occurrence. I’m looking at you, Joe Giudice & Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.
It is very rare for any reality star to actually be straight up about their financial issues. Usually, they employ the “deny, deny, deny” strategy. However, that is not the case with new Atlanta Housewife Shamari DeVoe and Ronnie DeVoe. They have no problem answering any question that comes their way.