The Real Housewives of D.C. Confirms White House Party Crasher Casting

Michaele and Tareq Salahi are going from the White House's security list to Bravo's A-list. Michaele Salahi is part of the cast of The Real Housewives of D.C., premiering Thursday, Aug. 5 at 9/8c. The latest installment of the Bravo franchise - the fifth following Orange County, New York City, Atlanta and New Jersey - will spotlight Salahi and four other women living in the nation's capital shortly after the election and inauguration of President Barack Obama. "We wanted to dive into the Beltway subculture as it underwent an historic shift, one that previously has not been readily accessible or portrayed, and look at the political hierarchy and definitive social circles that make up D.C.'s unique society," said Andy Cohen, Bravo's senior vice president of original programming and development. "We knew this was going to expose a different social narrative from any of our other Housewives series - provocative and engaging in a whole new way." To Read More Click Here .

'Real Housewife' Kelly Bensimon Acts Really Crazy (VIDEO)

It's time for part two of 'The Real Housewives of New York' reunion special (Mon., 9PM ET on Bravo). If you were paying attention for part one, you might recall that both Jill and Bethenny acted crazy. In fact, Bethenny was so mean that Jill ended up storming off of the set. Now ... on to part two! Who will act insane this time around? [Spoiler alert.] The answer, of course, is Ms. Kelly Bensimon. Host Andy Cohen showed a clip of Kelly's memorable nervous breakdown that took place during the season. During this breakdown, which happened on a boat trip, Kelly accused the other cast members of being murderous vampires ... or something. Andy then asked Kelly some questions about the breakdown. Kelly responded with a rambling speech in which she contradicted herself several times. She also said that Bravo had "forced" her to go on the boat trip. (Andy Cohen repeatedly denied that this was the case.) To Read More Click Here .

It's Official: Michaele Salahi Will Appear on 'Real Housewives of D.C.'

Bravo's 'The Real Housewives' series is the best platform for ill-behaved affluent people to become instant celebrities. The next edition of the series, 'The Real Housewives of D.C.,' will feature a couple that doesn't need the help. Bravo has confirmed that Michaele and Tareq Salahi, who found fame by gatecrashing a White House dinner in November, will be featured on the series. According to the Washington Post, they'll join interior designer Catherine Ashley Ommanney, socialite Mary Schmidt Amons, real estate agent Stacie Scott Turner and modeling firm owner Lynda Erkiletian on the show, which began taping last year before the dinner incident. To Read More Click Here .

Real Housewives' Bethenny Frankel Talks Post-Partem Baby Weight on 'The View'

Today, Bethenny Frankel was a guest on The View. She answered questions about her new show, Bethenny Getting Married, her old show Real Housewives of New York City and about how she managed to lose the baby weight after giving birth only 5 weeks ago. There's also a totally cute photo of her holding her new baby girl. To Read More Click Here .

Sneak Peek to 'Real Housewives' Spin-Off 'Bethenny Getting Married?'

Bethenny Frankle is detaching herself from the "Real Housewife" predicate by giving the first look of her new reality show as an individual. "Bethenny Getting Married?" is the spin-off to "The Real Housewives of New York City" which will premiere on June 10 at 10/9c on Bravo. In the new reality show, Bethenny will introduce viewers to a new chapter in her life that includes newly-wedded husband Jason Hoppy and their newborn Bryn. "I think everybody at Bravo and everybody who's seen it is surprised by that fact, that it could be so different. You get into the minutia of my life and the details of my life," Bethenny said in a press conference call. "You really get into my relationship with my husband and what it's like for me to have gotten myself down the aisle and to be pregnant - all these changes in my life. It's really funny and it's really emotional, but it's not catty. I don't have to yell at somebody for it to be entertaining. It doesn't give you a headache." Meanwhile, the status of Bethenny on "Real Housewives" is still unclear for she said she has no idea whether she would return to fourth season. Source & Preview

Bethenny Frankel Talks Marriage & Motherhood

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 résumé, which means this cutup of a chef has a lot on her plate! To Read More Click Here .

'The Real Housewives of New York': Watch what might happen

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 .

'Real Housewives of New York City' finale draws record ratings

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 Bethenny Frankel Saying Bye-Bye to The Real Housewives?

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 on 'Real Housewives': Maybe she'd return in a 'lesser role'

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 .