“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards said the reality TV show’s second season - currently airing on Bravo - might be her last.
While promoting her new book, “Life Is Not a Reality Show: Keeping It Real with the Housewife Who Does It All” on Thursday, Richards told CNN, “They have not announced a third season yet so we haven’t had to make that decision yet.”
But the housewife doesn’t intend to leave her TV career behind completely. “I’m going to be doing a pilot. A half hour sitcom based on my life as a mom on a reality show married to a Mexican Jew,” she said.
Reality TV star Brandi Glanville may have said "I do" last weekend, but she never actually wed MMA talent manager (and her best friend) Darin Harvey.
Reports of Glanville's matrimony were sparked by her enthusiastic tweets from Vegas: "Having dinner with my husband! I yi yi! What did we do @darinharvey," she wrote on Sunday. She told one follower, "I'm an official housewife, for reals... Again," as she was previously married to Eddie Cibrian. She added, "Follow my new husband!...I'm getting my ring tomorrow! Yes, I really did do it."
But the "it" she did wasn't legally bound - all she did was swap vows, she tells E! Online. (It also wasn't consummated, as Glanville tweeted, "I've never had sex with Darin! Our wedding was our first kiss! We are just friends.")
Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has depicted Taylor Armstrong's personal issues, but the reality star is planning to tell you even more.
E! News reports that Armstrong has signed a memoir deal with Simon & Schuster, and is writing about life with late husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August.
The month prior, Taylor filed for divorce and told People magazine that she was verbally and physically abused during their nearly six-year marriage.
The couple’s marital issues, filmed before the split, have been playing out on season 2 of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
Taylor’s tell-all tome will hit shelves on February 7.
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” had a dramatic reunion special (obviously), and while Teresa Giudice was the center of attention, a Manzo family feud was revealed.
Former "Housewife" Dina Manzo is apparently at odds with current "Housewife," sister Caroline Manzo. And it seems it has something to do with this season’s villain, Teresa.
People reports that Dina Manzo has shared her side of the drama, and the reality star appears to be siding with pal Teresa over her sister Caroline.
Jill Zarin, Alex McCord, Cindy Barshop and Kelly Bensimon were not invited back for season 5 of “The Real Housewives of New York,” and at least one of the ladies is totally fine with it. Zarin spoke to Parade.com about being let go by Bravo and her future plans.
Zarin, 48, says she had a hand in her firing. “I sort of let it happen,” she claims.
Jill also has her own theory as to why Bravo switched up the cast of her former show. “In television, it's about what you can do to be more dramatic and keep the viewers,” she explains. “I do think it gets to a point where some of the fans say, 'I've had enough.' I think that's one of the reasons why they changed the cast on New York.”
We all know reality TV isn’t always real, but Bravo star Bethenny Frankel may have gone a little overboard recently with her tale of being lost at sea.
Tim Russell, the man who “rescued” Frankel and her husband Jason Hoppy, tells The Jewish Journal that the celebs were never in peril, and that the whole drama was staged.
Frankel told E! News of the adventure, claiming that she was lost at sea for 20 hours off the coast of Nantucket, Massachusetts last month.
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