Wow. The Real Housewives of Miami and their producers, aka Purveyors of Pop Culture, managed to reinvent the reunion genre ... but will it be enough to save the franchise??
Which Housewife dropped the biggest dirty bomb? Was it Lisa Hochstein with Joanna Krupa's hooker-gate allegation? Perhaps Adriana de Moura's accusations that Joanna slept with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Yolanda Foster's ex-husband Mohammed?
"You're fake" ... "No, YOU are!" "I know you are but what am I?" The fake accusations were flying this week in BOTH episodes of the two-part reunion, and in today's exclusive video, I break down just what made this reunion different than all the other cities' offerings before it.
Marysol Patton went after Lea Black, and for the first time, I was able to read between the lines to see what the real problem might be. It was saddening and not at all surprising -- you'll have to tell me whether you agree.
These reunions were great, and I had fun breaking down what's different about them -- what worked and what didn't, from my been-there-done-that perspective. Whether that will be enough to save the franchise and bring it back for a fourth season? There are a few key reasons behind my prediction ... watch and see!
Who do you think is the biggest villain on RHOM?
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