Holy Moly ... well, if you missed The Real Housewives of Atlanta because of the Golden Globes, I have all the gossip for you, plus The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and my exclusive take on the return of The Real Housewives of New York City and the demotion of Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. I thought I’d also show you where I’ve been living these past two weeks in Australia -- the view is of my in-laws’ garden in sunny (if a bit windy and noisy) Lennox Head, New South Wales.
Forced drama alert! That’s what I’m talking about this week. Whether it’s Porsha Stewart and her divorce, potential friend-of-housewives Malorie, sister of Cynthia Bailey, or why Kenya Moore’s attempts to become the next Greek Chorus are proving difficult, ALL this drama, whether forced, manipulated, or downright coerced ... is entertaining me.
This week, I go deep into what motivates a housewife to spend money, and what Porsha might have been thinking with that house, and WHY the other housewives are making fun of her. How is it that her attorney managed to give her brilliant legal advice while being filmed for reality TV?
Moving over to Beverly Hills, I see two wars brewing, and I need your help to determine which is bigger ... the war between Joyce Giraud and Brandi Glanville, or Joyce and someone (or something) else? What is it that Carlton Gebbia seems to know that Joyce doesn’t?
And New York. Wow. I had heard rumblings about LuAnn de Lesseps, but Bravo made it official for her this week. In today’s video below, I talk about things I’ve never mentioned in public before ... ever. How are cast members threatened with "not holding an apple"? And although you might think I’m gleeful about the Countess’ situation, I’m actually not. I give you ALL the reasons, from direct experience, why I had it easier.
Next week I’ll be back in frozen New York City, but for now ... see that bit of blue at the top right corner of the screen? That’s the Pacific Ocean. I know. Don’t hate me, because you know I love you!!
What do you think of LuAnn's demotion?
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