When winter temperature rises and Towaco winds blow, when the Gorga women spoil the tomatoes with their moon blood and Juicy Joey is ripe and sweaty enough to pop, when the year of the dog—2006—is upon us, a dæmon shall be brought forth and the world will know her as The Dreaded Milania.
Real Housewives of DC was doomed from the beginning. Bravo’s Andy Cohen attributed the failure of the off-shoot to cast members Michaele and Tareq Salahi, who crashed a White House state dinner, casting a pox on the entire endeavor. But that incident is indicative of a much larger problem the season faced: the DC that…
On Sunday night, the Real Housewives of Potomac premieres, introducing America to a new crop of women who will gossip, air their dirty laundry and fight until their contracts aren’t renewed. But before they do that, they’ll play nice—so nice that, if you’ve watched enough seasons of a variety of Real Housewives shows,…
On Tuesday night we witnessed the union of two Real Housewives clans that should have been crossover magic. In a way, the gathering of the Beverly Hills housewives at the home of New York housewife Bethenny Frankel was amusing, but the potential for greatness was somewhat sullied by Bethenny’s inability to not act…
Model Amiyah Scott was supposed to appear on Real Housewives of Atlanta as the first transgender cast member in the Bravo franchise, but there’s been a setback.
What does it say about reality television in 2015 that the majority of the Jezebel staff’s favorite moments are from shows that aired on Bravo? We know Survivor’s still on the air, but there’s clearly just one network worth paying for cable for in this day and age (just kidding—praise the Lord for mom’s Time Warner…
Real Housewife LuAnn de Lesseps and Real Housewife Martha Stewart both recently attended a dinner at the Baccarat Hotel held by the Qatari ambassador to the U.S., and let’s be real, no one knows how to stir up drama like Mohammed Jaham Al Kuwari!
Bravo has added yet another city to its Real Housewives empire, and this time we’re going to Maryland. Here is the trailer for The Real Housewives of Potomac—an affluent area in Maryland described by one of the new housewives as a “nice little secret.”
We’ve just barely gotten over the roller coaster that was Season 10 of Real Housewives of Orange County and now their friends up north are back. The trailer for the sixth season Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is here.
Oh, Andy Cohen, what have you wrought? The press release I received told me to say “Cheerio,” so let’s just be that clichéd and say exactly that to Bravo’s newest series: The Real Housewives of Cheshire.
When you see the Twitter handle @POC_Beauty, what would you imagine that account to be? Beauty tips for women of color? A celebration of diverse faces, perhaps?
In today’s Tweet Beat, Cher thinks of the teens, Kevin Hart changes his tune and a gathering of Real Housewives.
Christina Hendricks gave it the old college try, in this extra from Watch What Happens Live! in which she “auditions” for a hypothetical Real Housewives the Movie. But did she really get Heather Thomson’s indignant response to LuAnn’s famous line “Don’t be all, like, uncool” down? Reality show acting is harder than it…
This season of the Real Housewives of New York has been fine. Bethanny cries a lot, Ramona is a messy single lady and Sonja is constantly intoxicated—nothing groundbreaking. But Tuesday night’s episode brought us the most teased-about scene of the season: the “uncool” heard ‘round the Upper East Side.
LuAnn de Lesseps, peevish High Matron of the Real Housewives of New York franchise, finally premiered her long-awaited third single, “Girl Code (Don’t Be So Uncool),” on Watch What Happens Live.
Today, the New York Post published something so ill-informed, so inaccurate, so dangerous, that my head is spinning.
Welcome to Would U?, an academic forum in which I share my gross crush of the week and ask if you, too, would bang that person.
Of the many valuable lessons I’ve gleaned from watching every single Real Housewives franchise, I’ve learned that rich ladies love a statement necklace. It seems only necessary that we begin to catalog them for posterity’s sake.
Andy Cohen has blessed us with the trailer for TENTH season of the Real Housewives of Orange County. Yes, that’s TEN seasons. When this show premiered, I was just a budding high school student who had no idea that one day she would be paid to write about the train wreck lives of rich white ladies on reality television…
Sunday, am I right? Let’s start with Kim Richards, who “doesn’t have a problem” but is checking into rehab, anyway.