Real Housewives of New York City star and occasional cabaret singer Luann D’Agostino, formerly “Countess” Luann de Lesseps, would like for you, me, and all good citizens of the world to know that her marriage is amazing and she is extremely happy and she certainly does not regret giving up her title for a bald…
It’s always exciting when Real Housewives of New York City star and crumbling townhouse owner Sonja Morgan makes an appearance on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live!, in part because it’s an opportunity to really hone one’s listening comprehension skills.
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.
God, I've missed these harpies.
The opening credits of the sixth season of The Real Housewives of New York City are essentially a self-parody, with one woman claiming, "I may not be the sharpest tool in the shed, but I'm preeeeettttttyyyyy!!!!"
Sonja Morgan loses a tooth and after a big fight at a cocktail party Aviva Drescher's prosthetic leg winds up on the floor, detached from her body. These women are literally falling apart. And it looks fabulous.
Being part of the Real Housewives franchise gives women the opportunity to promote their various products, land book deals, and, weirdly, launch music careers. However, that doesn't mean that they can sing, as evidenced by these raw moments, captured on camera, in which they're laying down vocal tracks in the booth,…
The cast and crew of The Real Housewives of New York City were filming in Southampton over the weekend, where onlookers got a chance to see how their reality TV sausage is made, as Heather Thomson and Carole Radziwell took instructions from producers, took breaks in dialogue to wait for camera setups, and shot…
Yesterday at Bravo's upfronts, the network introduced the three newest housewives from NYC—replacing the four that were unceremoniously fired last year—and rolled out a very enticing teaser of the city's fifth season, which premieres June 4. In it, we meet the three newest gals: One is a princess, one is a business…
Satchels of gold will be returning to TV in February, but for now we get this teaser clip featuring crying, fights, the Countess' new boyfriend, SATC2-style camel rides in the desert, and "a thug in a cocktail dress."
Kelly Bensimon recently sat down for an interview with Out to talk about bullying (obvs), sex education, Real Housewives, gay stuff, live streaming, lollipops, and other non sequiturs that make absolutely no sense.
On last night's third and final installment of the RHONYC reunion, viewers were served a heaping portion of Kelly Bensimon's word salad. Yet, her distorted perceptions, half-thoughts, and contradictory statements make perfect sense to her in "Kelly Land."
In an interview with E! News last night, RHONYC's Kelly Bensimon—wearing her signature top-with-no-pants look—was asked about her sanity. Smiling, she answered, "I mean, all I can really say is that crazy really sells. It really sells."
This post is about examining the psychological disorders displayed by the various Real Housewives. Disclaimer: I do have a psychology degree but I am not a practicing psychologist. These writings are for entertainment only—mine, to be frank.