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
Were you watching the same episodes of "The Real Housewives of New York City" goes to the Virgin Islands as we did? If you did, then the sneak preview above will take you by surprise. After several days of flipping out on Ramona Singer's "non-bachelorette" cruise, Kelly Bensimon is back in Manhattan and ready to explain it all. The only problem is that it doesn't quite jive with what we saw. In the sneak peek video above, Kelly gives fellow housewives Jill Zarin, LuAnn DeLesseps and Jennifer Gilbert her take on what transpired on the cruise. You know it's bad when Jill and LuAnn start defending Bethenny Frankel. "The Real Housewives of New York City" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on Bravo. Source & Preview
It's slim-pickings on TV tonight, but there are a few events you won't want to miss if you're a fan! Tonight brings what's now the series finale of FlashForward plus the summer premieres of So You Think You Can Dance and 100 Questions . 8/7c FlashForward on ABC - Series Finale! So You Think You Can Dance on Fox - 2-hour Season Premiere! 8:30/7:30c 100 Questions on NBC - Series Premiere! 10/9c The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo What will you be watching?
Sometimes it's hard to tell what real and what's contrived on reality television, and that was truly the case on last night's episode of Bravo's 'Real Housewives of New York City.' In the midst of Ramona's lavish girls getaway to the Caribbean, Kelly Bensimon had a meltdown the likes of which I haven't seen on a television show since Sally Field turned into 'Sybil.' For those who haven't been keeping up with this season, Ramona had this notion of a renewing her vows with Mario and before that happens, she invited the girls to go on vacation with her. To Read More Click Here .
Bethenny Frankel has given birth just in time for Mother's Day. The Real Housewives of New York star and her husband, Jason Hoppy, welcomed a daughter on Saturday, TVGuide.com has confirmed. "Bethenny and Jason are proud to welcome their new baby girl, Bryn Hoppy, born at 8 a.m. ... in New York City," Frankel's rep said. "She is a 4 lbs, 12 ounces, healthy baby." Bryn, the couple's first child, was born one month earlier than expected. Source Here
After three seasons of Real Housewives of New York City, Alex McCord has been, comparatively speaking, the calm, collected one of the group. But fans are about to see a new side of McCord when she and Jill Zarin butt heads in Thursday's episode (10/9c on Bravo). "Jill has taken every opportunity over the last three years to belittle my husband, my children and sometimes me. I really don't care about what she says about me, but I care about what she says about my family. It's just unacceptable, and I couldn't let it continue," McCord tells TVGuide.com. "By ignoring her, she began to think everything was OK, and she could go ahead and continue to make fun of the kids or get LuAnn to make fun of the kids ... she's a master manipulator." Fans saw a more assertive side of McCord at the end of last week's episode when she "delivered a message" to Zarin on behalf of co-star Bethenny Frankel, in which Frankel says she wants nothing to do with Zarin. "I didn't expect to deliver that message in front of everyone. It was one of those things where there was this pause and I realized it's now or never," McCord says. "In the end, I didn't say anything to Jill that she hadn't said to Bethenny over and over again." Though the mother of two says she carried a lot of pent-up anger toward Zarin, it was what Zarin did the day Frankel's pregnancy leaked to the media that sent McCord over the edge. "Jill called me pumping me for gossip. She did not care about Bethenny. She did not care about the pregnancy. She cared about the gossip. It really made me see red," McCord says. "And when Bethenny told me she had been calling the press on her behalf, I snapped a little bit." Though there's only a handful of episodes left in the season, McCord says there's still plenty of drama in store - especially during a girls' weekend. "I always thought, after Season 1, for a guy to crash a girls' party is not acceptable," McCord says. "Well, you might see that happen again. And it's not Simon!" Are you on Team Jill or Team Alex? Source Here