Shade Court is here, let’s all exercise the good sense. I don’t have much to muse about before we dive in, other than: Hallelujah, we are free from Donald Trump this week.
Eva Longoria is not going to raise her head and keen her depair to the sky if she does not ever become a Procreation Station, she revealed in an interview:
Lest we think Justin Theroux is little more than a B-list actor completely devoid of personality, before he got together with the Ol' Ball and Chain Jennifer Aniston, he had a yen for old-timey STD wax figures, he told GQ.
Come one, come all to the Teresa Giudice Show! RHONJ's most delusional housewife was on the offensive during last night's reunion, pitting the rest of the cast — including two of her actual family members — against the Fabulicious author. As you've come to expect, the entire special was an hour-long cat fight, but…
Last night's season finale of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey featured an attack of Italian authenticity by Teresa Giudice on the Manzo family. In very first pages of her Italian family cookbook Fabulicious! (real name — seriously) Teresa writes, "Caroline Manzo is as Italian as the Olive Garden." She continues,…
Ever since Albie got kicked out of law school on an episode of Real Housewives Of New Jersey, we had a feeling that Bravo might tap Caroline Manzo's children for their next Jersey-centric reality show. Enter Boyz To Manzo. And for a web-only show, the new bachelor pad is looking quite lavish. Let's take a tour!
The powerful matriarch of the Manzo family has gone ahead and followed a tried-and-true, Real Housewives tradition. Luckily, she hasn't recorded a laughably bad song (like so many other Bravo-lebrities) but has just launched her own line of Kristino bags.
On last night's episode of South Park, Jersey-based reality stars—like the Real Housewives and Snooki—moved into the Colorado town, wreaking havoc by flipping over tables, starting fights in hair salons, and partying in hot tubs.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Dolly Parton makes Nate Berkus cry, Teresa Giudice goes on Dr. Phil to talk about racial stereotyping, Barbara Walters is at her best when she's around children.
During Fashion Week, we've been milling around the tents, going to off-site shows, Fashion's Night Out events and sneaking backstage to find out how much people—designers, stylists, editors, celebrities, Real Housewives—pay for their shoes.
After two seasons filled with table-flipping, hair-pulling, and armed guards, the ladies of New Jersey spent part two of the reunion bickering, playing with a disembodied head, and ultimately—to the surprise of everyone—kissing and making up.
Season three of RHONJ reportedly begins filming tomorrow. This morning on Today, the ladies—sans Danielle—discussed who's returning, and who might be added to the cast. Plus, we've got juicy preview clips from part two of the reunion.
Within the first 10 minutes of last night's reunion, Teresa flew off the couch in a rage, screaming in Danielle's face over the mysterious mention of a "nephew." Was Danielle implying that Juicy Joe has a love child?
While last night's season finale featured the highly-anticipated face-off between Caroline and Danielle, unfortunately, no table was flipped. Perhaps the episode fizzled because previews for the reunion look mind-blowing. An extended sneak peek—of an irate Teresa—after the jump.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion doesn't air for a week, but—judging by this preview clip—it'll be a doozy. Inside, video of all the screaming, threats of violence, actual violence, and storming out you could possibly handle.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, a queef joke squeaks out on live TV, Bill Cosby claims he isn't dead, and Teresa Giudice gets grilled about her money problems on The View.