She's a Real Housewife of New York, a best-selling author and the funniest foodie you'll ever meet. Now Bethenny Frankel has added wife, mother and star of her own show, Bethenny Getting Married? (premiering Thursday at 10/9c on Bravo) to the rÃ©sumÃ©, which means this cutup of a chef has a lot on her plate! To Read More Click Here .
The Real Housewives reunion shows are always the most entertaining part of any season because we finally get to see the even bigger claws come out in response to all the snarky comments made during the confessionals. And this Thursday marks the long-awaited occasion for season three of New York, which, thanks to Kelly's gummy bears, Jill's nascent HELLO! and LuAnn's singing (dis)abilities, has become the looniest and simultaneously most frightening season of Housewives yet. (Thanks to the Scary Island episode, whenever I'm on 5th Avenue, I pray for dear life that I don't run into Kelly running behind cars.) To Read More Click Here .
The June 3 season finale of The Real Housewives Of New York City on Bravo not only attracted its best ratings ever but wrapped up a record season for the reality show. The finale attracted 1.76 million adults among the ages of 18-49 and a series history high of 2.64 million total viewers - up 16% and 30% respectively, versus the season two finale. Overall, the third season of Real Housewives averaged 1.38 million adults 18-49 and 2.02 million total viewers, the highest rated season so far for the New York City franchise. Bravo will reunite the ladies for a two-part reunion special on June 10. The Real Housewives of New York City are Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Bethenny Frankel, Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Alex McCord, Ramona Singer and Jill Zarin. The third season also featured the recurring women Sonja Morgan and Jennifer Gilbert. Source Here
Is Real Housewives of New York's Bethenny Frankel leaving the show? "It is the top of the party and I may want to leave," Frankel said during a call with reporters about her new show, Bethenny Getting Married?. "I don't know ... If I were in a lesser role maybe, like if I was in not-that-much. But it got really - it's enough. ... It got heightened this season. Let's say that. And my show is so refreshing compared to that." Frankel's new Bravo show, premiering June 10 at 10/9c, will follow the new mom as she plans her wedding while pregnant. Bethenny Frankel welcomes baby girl Do you think the tell-it-like-it-is housewife should stay on the show or move on? Source Here
Bethenny Frankel doesn't think it's likely she'll return to "The Real Housewives of New York City" unless some changes are made. "It's not a cliche when I say I don't believe in staying at a party for too long," she tells Zap2it Thursday (June 3). "I just don't know what else there is to do there. If I had a lesser part in it and dipped in and dipped out once in a while, maybe. "The purpose I have on the 'Housewives' is to comment not because anyone tells me to, but that's who I am. I guess, if they still need my running commentary, and I suppose the Greek chorus, perhaps I would do it. I don't know. I mean, you're seeing my life here [on 'Bethenny Getting Married?'], so I don't know what I'm doing there. To Read More Click Here .
Will someone please clean up this mess?! Although it feels like a funnyordie.com skit, we all know that Real Housewives of New York's Kelly Bensimon is too dim to see what a joke it is that she's gone and recorded an anti-bullying public service announcement. In the priceless piece of evidence that will surely show up at her inevitable competency hearing, the leathery ex-model decries her fellow Housewives for "systematically" ganging up on her during the trip to Scary Island. "It's never OK," she says in the spot - which shines with all the stellar production quality of a sex tape - while completely ignoring that we have so far seen her call a pregnant Bethenny a "ho bag," tell Alex that she looked like a vampire, and get arrested for punching out her own damn boyfriend! Apparently, nobody ever told old Kel that people who live in crack houses shouldn't throw stones. Source Here
Tonight's a big night for the USA Network , as it rolls out the big premieres for both Burn Notice and Royal Pains back-to-back! Also, watch the drama unfold on The Real Housewives of New York City finale at 10/9c on Bravo ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c So You Think You Can Dance on Fox 8:30/7:30c 100 Questions on NBC 9/8c Burn Notice on USA Network -- season premiere! 10/9c Royal Pains on USA Network -- season premiere! The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo -- season finale! Don't forget to enter our Royal Pains and Burn Notice giveaways to fully celebrate the new seasons in style!
Real Housewives of New York City newbie Sonja Morgan was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving over Memorial Day weekend. Morgan, 46, was charged with a misdemeanor DWI on Monday, according to the Southhampton, N.Y., Police Department. Morgan, who joined Housewives this season, was pulled over after failing to stop at a stop sign in her BMW. "She was processed and held for morning arraignment where she was released on her own recognizance," a police statement said. Morgan is due back in court June 21. The cable network that carries the show that focuses on the "real" lives of the housewives issued a statement saying: "Bravo does not comment on the private lives of the talent on our shows." The Season 3 finale of The Real Housewives of New York City airs Thursday at 10/9c on Bravo. Source Here
If you couldn't believe how uncomfortable Jill Zarin's surprise visit to the ladies' Caribbean getaway was last week, The Real Housewives of New York star says the awkwardness was "100 times worse in real life." Find out why Jill thinks was she got kicked out of the vacation spot, what she has to say about Alex "attacking" her and why she says she didn't go on the Bravo-paid trip. To Read More Click Here .
One of "The Real Housewives of New York City" cast, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, premieres a music video in support of her debut single "Money Can't Buy You Class". She is seen hitting Midtown Manhattan club Covet with the companion of chiseled men. "There's not really dancing," she previously told People about the video concept. "I just have very good looking men standing around. And it's about how money can't buy you class, so I'm taking money out of their pockets and throwing it onto the floor." Of the recording process, LuAnn recalled, "When I made the song, I had dancing in Saint-Tropez in mind." She added, "I'm putting myself out there. Knowing that I won't always be perfect. And It's scary, but it's worth it. Let people talk about it." Source & Video