The Real Housewives of New York City star Luann de Lesseps played a pretty big role in the show’s 10th season, and viewers followed her dramatic turn from her arrest in Palm Beach to her comeback on the stage with her cabaret act #CountessandFriends, but unfortunately, when it came time for the reunion, Luann was back in rehab for the second time this year. But in the interest of fairness, and giving The Countess her say, Andy Cohen invited her on Watch What Happens Live last night, and she dished on the reunion drama. Read more
The 10th season of The Real Housewives of New York City came to a close last night with the dizzying, migraine inducing conclusion of the reunion. Spoiler alert: it was mostly about Bethenny. Bethenny and her feelings, Bethenny and her thoughts, and most of all, the untimely demise of Bethenny’s friendship with Carole. It really should have been just Carole and Bethenny sitting on the couches, alone, rehashing their issues. It was almost as though the other five ladies didn’t even exist! Read more
After first accusing Bravo host Andy Cohen of being “full of sh-t” and showing favoritism to her castmate Bethenny Frankel, Carole is now revealing that the polls from Andy’s talk show, Watch What Happens Live, are in fact rigged! Say what?! Read more
I once read a study that claimed the average woman says around 20,000 words per day, but I’m convinced that Bethenny Frankel says at least five times that many. It’s why she’s such a “skinny girl,” she never stops talking long enough to actually use her mouth to ingest food!
If last night’s second installment of The Real Housewives of New York season 10 reunion had a pithy, little title like the other episodes do, it would have simply been “Bethenny Said a Lot of Words.” And that’s really all that happened…Bethenny talked, incessantly. Even when they weren’t talking about Bethenny, the conversation somehow became about Bethenny because she. just. kept. talking. Read more
Carole Radziwill, Ramona Singer, and Dorinda Medley spent most of the reunion calling out Bethenny on what they perceived to be her many misdeeds from the season. However, following that episode, Bravo host and Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen became the topic of conversation as numerous times during the reunion, he proceeded to defend Bethenny and at one point even told the other women to “shut the f*ck up” so Bethenny could speak.