The Real Housewives of New York City 3: Preview of Episode 6

Bethenny and Jill's feud is at an all-time high this week no thanks to a gossip article about their damaged friendship, which Bethenny discovers in tonight's episode of The Real Housewives of New York City. Basically, Bethenny thinks that Jill is behind all the tittle-tattle so she calls and confronts Jill. Will Bethenny finally make peace with Jill? And how will Jill react to Bethenny's call? To Read More Click Here .

Real Housewives' Bethenny Frankel To Wed Sunday

The Real Housewives of New York City's Bethenny Frankel will marry boyfriend Jason Hoppy on Sunday in New York, People reports. The 39-year-old, who is seven months' pregnant with her and Hoppy's first child, has been tweeting about her pending nuptials throughout the week. She wrote on March 25: "I'm getting married in 2 days and housing a pint of ice cream. No need for flat belly at this wedding!" The natural foods chef and The New York Times best-selling author has starred on Housewives for three years. Bravo cameras will capture the wedding for her upcoming spin-off, Bethenny's Getting Married, which is set to debut sometime this summer. After her recent fallout with fellow Housewife Jill Zarin, as documented on the series' third season, only cast members Alex McCord and Ramona Singer will be in attendance, according to People. Frankel and Hoppy met in November 2008 and have been engaged since last October. Source Here

Report: White House Crashers Join Real Housewives of D.C.

Tareq and Michaele Salahi, who crashed a party at the White House last year, will star in and become the focal point of Bravo's reality series The Real Housewives of D.C., the Daily Beast reports. The Salahis are best known for gatecrashing a White House event and coming face-to-face President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and many others after the uninvited couple made it past security. The Salahis have maintained that they were invited to the event. The couple was reportedly being filmed as part of their audition for the reality series when they crashed the event. All 12 episodes of the premiere season have been shot and are slated to premiere in July, according to The Daily Beast. An email to the show's rep was not immediately returned. Would you watch the Salahis on Housewives? Source Here

'The Real Housewives of New York City' Star Ramona Singer Clashes with Interior Designer

The claws are about to come out but it's not just on The Real Housewives of New York City. Ramona Singer, the fashion aficionado of the Bravo docu-series, is quarreling with her interior designer over cash, and well credit, according to the New York Daily News. Rona Landman is upset for not getting enough credit for decorating Singer's Upper East Side home, which the Real Housewives of New York City star claims she decorated entirely on her own. In the New York Post article, ironically titled Keep It Real, Singer took pride in her apartment, describing her home as "traditional" since she's a traditional woman herself. "[Though it cost] several hundred-thousand [dollars for all the renovations] it only took about three months," she says. "I'm very efficient." Landman, however, claims otherwise. "Not only did I do [her daughter] Avery's room in its entirety, which was featured in the spread, but I filmed four episodes of the show," Landman says. To Read More Click Here .

The Real Housewives of New York City: Preview of Episode 3.4 'Fashion and Fighting'

If you thought the tension between the feuding housewives of The Real Housewives of New York City couldn't get any better (and when I say better I mean worse), think again. This week's episode is sure to entertain viewers with more awkward parties, uncomfortable run-ins, name callings and Perez Hilton. Yes you heard me right, Perez Hilton! But before we get to the good stuff, we find out that LuAnn's divorce is being finalized and she's feeling indifferent about it as she talks to Gloria in Jill's "get ready party" at Saks Fifth Avenue. Though she's relived that she's finally a single woman, she's also sad about the finality of her marriage. It's a good think Gloria knows exactly what to say to boost LuAnn's spirits. Things get interesting at the Fashion Week event where LuAnn and Bethenny clash, while Perez Hilton peeks down Jill's shirt. The drama doesn't end there, however, because later in the episode Kelly, Jill and Ramona gossip about all things Bethenny. Source & Preview

The Real Housewives of New York City: The Scoop on Bethenny Frankel's Wedding

The Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel has been surprisingly quiet about her much-awaited wedding to fiance Jason Hoppy but now she couldn't hide her excitement anymore. And who could blame her? After all, she'll be walking down the aisle in less than a week. "The wedding countdown is here," Bethenny tweeted earlier today. "Six days. So excited." And what about fiance Jason? "He's counting down the days" as well according to Bethenny, who disclosed a few details to Us Magazine about her bridal shower held last Saturday in New York City. The Bridal Shower: Nearly 20 women, including Real Housewives of New York City star Alex McCord, attended the lunch at hot spot Bagatelle in NYC's Meatpacking District to celebrate Bethenny's upcoming wedding. Bethenny, who is due with her first child in June, even described the venue as "the perfect place" to have a shower, though it would have been more fun if she "could drink." To Read More Click Here .

Real Housewives' Jill: I Loved Bethenny

Alliances have definitely flip-flopped this season on The Real Housewives of New York. Bethenny is on the outs with Jill and LuAnn, while Kelly, the ladies' former punching bag, has become their new BFF. Ramona is back in the good graces of her former nemesis, Alex, and her husband Simon. Oh, and apropos of nothing, Kelly's on the cover Playboy. In the interview below, we got the scoop from Jill on her fractured relationship with Bethenny and LuAnn's take on Bethenny's confessional comments. Plus, find out why Kelly calls her Playboy spread "the ultimate stamp of approval." Source & Video

The Real Housewives of New York City: Will the New Ladies Fit in?

We've already seen what Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Bethenny Frankel, Kelly Bensimon, Alex McCord, Ramona Singer and Jill Zarin can to bring to the table but sooner or later two new faces will be entering the scene, making The Real Housewives of New York City a little bit crowded but certainly more interesting. Sonja Morgan and Jennifer Gilbert are the ones coming on board this season, and since not much have been revealed about them, it makes me wonder if these two housewives resonate the same kind of social pedigree we often see in the women who join this show. Let's take a closer look, shall we? Sonja Morgan Bravo describes Sonja as "a fixture of New York City society, running in social circles that include European royalty and top-notch designers." Quite frankly, not much has been revealed about this 46-year-old single mother in the press release besides the fact that she likes to travel, has worked as a model, has managed several restaurants across the city, and enjoys doing charity work. Sounds like Sonja could be a pretty good stand-in for Bethenny if and when she decides to leave The Real Housewives of New York City. To Read More Click Here .

The Real Housewives of New York City: Preview of Episode 3.3 "Fall in Manhattan"

As the "he said, she said" feud takes shape on The Real Housewives of New York City, two teams have seemingly formed: LuAnn, Kelly and Jill's group, and Bethenny and Ramona's group, leaving Alex as the impartial cast member who's caught in the middle of all the mess. And if "Dueling Labor Day Parties" is any indication, we can expect more division among the ladies in the third episode entitled "Fall in Manhattan." It's New York Fashion Week on The Real Housewives of New York City and for the women of Manhattan, this event is considered the cream of the crop. LuAnn throws a party to celebrate the event however, Bethenny and Ramona are noticeably not present, though not surprisingly. This might as well be round 2 of the dueling parties! To Read More Click Here .

The Real Housewives of New York City: A Round of She Said, He Said

Though the second episode of The Real Housewives of New York City's third season was pretty tame compared to the catfights of the previous seasons, it wasn't short on drama. In fact, there were so many verbal bashings that this episode alone was enough to fuel fire between cast members off-screen. The root of all the hostility this season, as far as I can remember, has to do with two things: Jill Zarin's beef with Bethenny Frankel for not being there for her over the summer and Mario Singer's "countless" comment at a party, which LuAnn overheard. Unfortunately, both scenarios didn't happen during filming of The Real Housewives of New York City, but at least viewers are now having a field day over all the tension it has caused among the women and the men on this show. To Read More Click Here .