This is your face on Botox—and it's ridiculous.
There have been seven divorces that have occurred on The Real Housewives franchise in the five years since its premiere. The most recent casualty of this "divorce curse," Vicki Gunvalson, blames reality TV for her marital troubles telling CNN recently, "We didn't have 90 percent of the problems that we have now and I…
For a lawyer, Phaedra seems to have difficulty with basic facts and what constitutes a "white collar crime." After being questioned about the dubiousness her husband's past, she addressed the matters on last night's episode, which contradict our own research.
On last night's episode of Real Housewives, as the women convened for a relaxing day in a spa reception area, Phaedra and Kim began screaming at each other about stripping, convicts, foreclosures, and an "alien baby."
On last night's Real Housewives, Kim decided that she would "rely on science" to maintain her figure by getting an in-home session of some pricey fat-reducing laser treatments—while eating pizza.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, James Franco reveals what his college classmates really think about him, the Kardashians give tips for a "shiny vagina," and Janice Dickinson is still the best thing to happen to reality TV.
On last night's episode, Phaedra—who is very elegant and cultured, she'll have you know—threw what she considered to be a refined baby shower for herself. The guests were expected to wear hats, while Phaedra wore rhinestone eyeliner.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Michaele Salahi tries to say she left the State Dinner because she didn't like the food, Kathie Lee Gifford gets sexually scary with Andy Cohen, and a scarecrow outrages a community.
Jim Farber of the New York Daily News asks what's got to be today's most pressing question: should we feel bad for liking The Real Housewives?
In this week's multimedia compilation of pop culture crap, Chynna Phillips believes that Jesus planned for her sister and father to have sex, Tyra investigates objectum sexuals, and there's a reported vagina flash on So You Think You Can Dance.
In this week's multimedia compilation of pop culture crap, senior citizens visit a strip club, The Insidermakes a desperate connection between Mackenzie Phillips and Michael Jackson, and Behind the Music: Bobby Brown.
This week's multimedia compilation of pop culture crap includes the Jerry Lewis telethon, lots of Tyra, and white people rapping.
Tameka Foster is rumored to be joining the cast next season.