While the Real Housewives of New York ladies have embraced Leah McSweeney with open arms, it seems like Tinsley Mortimer is going through the longest new member hazing of all time. Dorinda Medley has been calling her out all season. Ramona Singer made her bring dishes inside after lunch in the Hamptons. None of the veteran Housewives seem to have Tinsley’s back.
With that said, I wouldn’t invite those women to my wedding if I were Tinsley. Then, again, if she does somehow manage to stay on the show after moving to Chicago with Scott Kluth, she would probably film the wedding; i.e. she’d probably be forced to include some people she’s not so fond of.
Can anyone remember the days when Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi Glanville were actually friends? I have to reach so far back into my memory of days past on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to go there. I do know, however, that the downfall of their relationship was epic! If you’d like to take that stroll down memory lane, we have a thrilling retrospective of Brandi’s time on RHOBH.
Since both women have been off the show – at least in a full-time capacity – they’ve taken different paths. LVP is adding to her restaurant empire and watching 40-somethings self-destruct on Vanderpump Rules. Meanwhile Brandi has made a career out of being a reality star. She has also “written” some entertaining books and has a successful podcast where she can run her big mouth mostly about LVP. Recently, Brandi spilled some interesting tea about her former bestie turned nemesis.
In the immortal words of Kyle Cooke, “Summer. Should. Be. Fun.,” and this summer definitely was. Coming off of arguably their best season yet, the cast of Summer House reunited on Wednesday night (May 6) for the Season 4 reunion hosted by Andy Cohen as part of Watch What Happens Live At Home.
Though it only lasted a single hour, the virtual reunion offered no shortage of hot-button issues following the the Housemates’ rave-themed season finale: What’s the status of Luke Gulbranson and Hannah Berner? Did Carl Radke and Lindsay Hubbard ever get their friendship back on track after an ill-advised attempt at dating in the first half of the season? Has Kyle‘s engagement to Amanda Batula survived the pressure of quarantining together in a tiny New York apartment? Buckle up for the answers to all those questions and more as we break down the biggest moments from the Summer House Season 4 reunion.
We’ve come to know that all yachting chefs are difficult to work with. Chief Stews Kate Chastain and Hannah Ferrier can attest to this and often say it in exasperated tones when complaining about their coworker in the galley.
Jenna MacGillivray ended up falling for chef Adam Glick on Below Deck Sailing Yacht. It was sort of cute to watch them flirt in the beginning. Then again, we didn’t have to walk in on it all the time and feel the discomfort that Madison Stalker did. Arguments started even before they hooked up, but after the fact, Adam seemed to drift into fight or flight mode. His moods permeated throughout the boat and caused tension for the rest of the crew as well.
Was there ever a boat-mance with a happy ending on any of the Below Deck shows? Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Paget Berry and Ciara Duggan don’t really count because they’ve just been living in some kind of time warp, stuck on Parsifal with no other options. They bicker like a married couple and flirt like adolescents. But they are the best we’ve got.
No other couple has worked out once the boat docked and they had to face the real world together. Aesha Scott and Jack Stirrup had promise on Below Deck Mediterranean last season. Until he returned to his ex-girlfriend and they had a child together. Hannah Ferrier gave it a go with Conrad Empson. They didn’t even make it to the end of the season as a result of her emasculating and belittling comments towards him about money. Malia White played two guys at once, one of them being our very own, Chef Adam Glick. Now Adam is in the middle of another turbulent relationship that isn’t looking it’s going to end happily.
Throw her to the wolves and the show will go on! Before Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiered, the big question on everyone’s mind was “How will the show survive without Lisa Vanderpump? (Well, the mind of every LVP fan, at least…) However, after three incredibly well-received episodes, the answer to that question seems to be “Quite well, thank you very much.”
In a new interview with Kyle Richards and Teddi Mellencamp, Andy Cohen opened up about why the show is working so well in its first LVP-free season.
Looks like there is already big trouble brewing on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We have all seen the trailer, full of shade and drama. There’s the whole Denise Richards and Brandi Glanville storyline that prompts Denise to stop filming. Kyle Richards and buddy Dorit Kemsley get into it next week. Before we even get to all that, the first three episodes of this season have really delivered.
New cast member Garcelle Beauvais made a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live and had some comments of her own. She was asked by host Andy Cohen who has the largest ego and was the least welcoming of the cast. Garcelle immediately named Kyle. She didn’t even hesitate so we know how she really feels. Naturally, Kyle took issue with that and responded that she wished Garcelle would have confronted her directly instead. Because I’m sure Kyle would have taken it so well if Garcelle said it to her face. Kyle had plenty to say in response.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is BACK. This week’s episode was so good for so many reasons. Everyone is talking about “friend of” (why is she not a full Housewife?) Sutton Stracke’s lack of manners and Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s inability to “be chill.” Don’t forget Denise Richard’s Big D*cked husband Aaron Phypers. Who’d have thought he would turn out to be a cancer-loving, self-healer? Or that he makes all his money by telling the Yolanda Hadid’s of the world that you can cure illness through sound amplification? This is the stuff we need!
This is the stuff you can’t write. It is the magic of having a cast free of Lisa Vanderpump’s Bobby Fischer-ing-manipulations. This is honest Beverly Hills-rich people-crazy talk and I’m here for it all! RHOBH doesn’t need LVP. They also don’t need to make up stories anymore. If this week’s episode proved anything, it’s that the truth is stranger than a fictional storyline. Andy Cohen even agrees!