Once in a while it’s a good idea to step back from heavy drama and mudslinging, just for a second, and focus on the positive. We don’t get a lot of positive in the Bravo world, but low and behold, sometimes the stars are actually doing good things in front of and behind the camera.
It’s no secret that Jill Zarin has been dying to get back on Bravo forever. The Real Housewives of New York original cast member has had varying stories about how she ended her time on the show. But 10 years after her departure, she did manage to land a place on Peacock’s Real Housewives Ultimate
Dancing With the Stars pros Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy have had an eventful year. Maks, who was born in Ukraine, was there when Russia invaded the country.Maks was able to leave the country and faced a terrifying journey. He reunited with Peta on March 2, 2022. Maks started a charity called Baranova 27. The
Putting the past behind them. The falling out between Real Housewives of New York costars Jill Zarin and Bethenny Frankel will go down in history. The two were attached at the hip until an epic blowout in between seasons. Once filming resumed, Bethenny tried to talk to Jill. But Jill shut her down via cordless
Bethenny Frankel is setting the record straight about her exit from Real Housewives of New York. The Housewives icon and entrepreneur famously left the show behind, seemingly for good, in 2019. Now she’s explaining why she made the decision to move on and just how far Bravo execs were willing to go to keep her.
The Season 12 cast of Peacock’s Real Housewives of Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club didn’t go to a tropical locale. They were hosted at Real Housewives of New York alum Dorinda’s Medley’s Blue Stone Manor in the Berkshires. Many a RHONY trip included a trip to the “Bezerkshires,” where Dorinda “made it nice” for her
Kenya Moore is forever Gone With The Wind fabulous, but she’s also known as the shadiest peach of the Real Housewives of Atlanta bunch. Kenya is the ultimate villain, whether you’re #TeamTwirl or not. She’s also a legend as we saw on Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, even though it may have cost her her
Glam has been a hot topic of conversation lately. On a recent episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika Jayne admitted it’s something she can’t “downsize.” Despite being sued left and right, not to mention the optics, Erika considers her glam “art.” Uber rich cast members like Kyle Richards and Crystal Kung Minkoff expressed how silly
It’s been so long since we’ve gotten new episodes of Real Housewives of New York that I’m finding solace in the old seasons. Back to the good old days, when Alex McCord was trying to survive in the Brooklyn economy and Jill Zarin was showing up unannounced. Thankfully, Season 2 of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls
All hail the Queen of Reality TV. At least according to MTV. The network created The Reality Royalty Award at last year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted. Now a Real Housewives of New York icon will be honored with the achievement for 2022. The Unscripted portion of the awards show pays homage to the
You can’t have Real Housewives without having shade. It’s something that just goes hand in hand. And some housewives bring it much better than others. Naturally, fans who love discussing housewives have their opinions on who is the best of the best. As witnessed by a recent social media debate asking fans, who would win
Bethenny Frankel is arguably one of the most iconic housewives of all time. And she’s unarguably the most successful. She joined Real Housewives of New York back in 2008 as a struggling chef. Or a “cook” if you’re asking Kelly Bensimon. Bethenny was the only cast member who wasn’t an actual housewife, but a young
Andy Cohen announced back in March that Bravo would be splitting up Real Housewives of New York into two separate franchises. One would be a recast/reboot of the original RHONY. The other being a new series, RHONY Legacy, with former RHONY cast members. Bethenny Frankel said that she was already asked to do RHONY Legacy. But it
In case you were wondering about Jill Zarin recently, the former Real Housewives of New York star has news for you. Actually, it’s a whole lot of non-news. Unless you have been on the edge of your seat in the hopes that Jill will participate in the RHONY legacy show. Apparently there is enough of
News that the Real Housewives of New York will be splintered into two shows has former cast members crawling out of oblivion to express their desire to return. After a disastrous season plagued with plummeting ratings and a cancelled reunion, Bravo announced a complete cast overhaul for Season 14. But not to worry, the network
Bethenny Frankel has made it known both on and off Real Housewives of New York that she is not afraid to speak her mind. She’s no stranger to backlash, but it doesn’t really bother her. She’s a businesswoman and major philanthropist so she’s no stranger to taking charge and making her opinion loud and clear.
I guess Carole Radziwill has been drinking more haterade. The former Real Housewives of New York star has been extremely vocal about her disdain for the series since she left in 2018. She spent six seasons on the show but conveniently quit after a falling out with then bestie, Bethenny Frankel. But Carole denied that
Bethenny Frankel is a force to be reckoned with. The former Real Housewives of New York is currently working overtime to help Ukrainians in need. Through her BStrong Foundation, they are raising money and distributing aid to refugees arriving at the Polish border. Other celebs like The Challenge’s Jordan Wiseley and Dancing With The Stars’ Maksim
Ramona Singer isn’t exactly known for being the nicest housewife, but she does have a heart! And now the Real Housewives of New York OG is using that good will to help Bethenny Frankel raise money to help Ukraine. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Bethenny and her foundation, BStrong, has been on the ground
I think we all knew when Andy Cohen announced the unique plans for the future of Real Housewives of New York, there were going to be some strong opinions. And former iconic housewife Bethenny Frankel is full of strong options. So naturally, she took to social media to give her thoughts and throw some shade.
Former Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy was in Ukraine when the Russian invasion occurred. Maksim shared a frightening video on Instagram from a balcony in Kyiv with sirens blaring in the background. Maksim managed to take a train to Poland on February 28, 2022. He was reunited with his wife, and fellow DWTS
I think we all knew it was coming – Real Housewives of New York, an iconic Bravo franchise, desperately needed an update. After it’s dismal 13th season wasn’t even worthy of a reunion, Bravo had some thinking to do. And apparently, they have come up with a solution. In an interview with Variety, Andy Cohen
Love her or hate her, you can’t deny that Bethenny Frankel is forever the queen of Real Housewives of New York. Sure, she sometimes makes asinine comments and has trouble holding accountability, but you have to respect her hustle. She built a major brand from the ground up, and we watched it all unfold. She’s
Bethenny Frankel is heeding the call to help again. The former Real Housewives of New York star is well known for her humanitarian work and disaster relief aid through her BStrong Foundation. She created the non-profit organization in 2017 and has helped victims of hurricanes, earthquakes, and even COVID-19 relief. BStrong is a worldwide initiative in
Carole Radziwill certainly has no love lost for Real Housewives of New York. Despite spending 6 seasons on the show, she ultimately left in a blaze of glory. The rumor was that it was because of a huge rift with one time bestie, Bethenny Frankel. But Carole claims it was due to multiple disagreements with
It’s about Tom. Tom D’Agostino to be exact. The iconic line, once uttered by Bethenny Frankel to a distraught Luann de Lesseps will go down in housewives meme history. At the time, Luann was a real housewife in love, completely unwilling to face the facts that her fiancé, Tom, might not be the man she
The divorce of Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy seemed to be one of the longest in the history of divorce. At least in the Bravo world. The contentious breakup had big money settlement demands and charges of harassment. Back in 2017, Jason was charged with aggravated assault after he approached Bethenny and her friend at her
Bethenny Frankel sure has a lot to say lately. And it’s been ruffling a lot of feathers. Thanks to her podcast, “Just Be with Bethenny Frankel,” she has carte blanche to go off about a variety of topics. Some of those get her into hot water, and some are just damn good juicy gossip. Like
The Skinnygirl margarita has been spilled. One of the fan favorites from Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York series almost never made it to episode 1. According Us Weekly, Bravo Executive and Real Housewives Producer Andy Cohen explained why he initially didn’t want Bethenny Frankel on the show. “The reason that Bravo didn’t want me on, Andy Cohen didn’t
Bethenny Frankel made it clear that she has no plans to return to Real Housewives of New York. Yet she still speaks out about RHONY, and other franchises. Bethenny recently knocked the new Housewives tell-all book Not All Diamonds and Rose: The Inside Story of The Real Housewives From the People Who Lived It by