Wow. Being pregnant apparently makes you kind of hungry. This current season of 'Bethenny Getting Married' is over. But on the latest episode (Thu., 10PM ET on Bravo) we get some "behind the scenes" footage. And through that, we learn just how passionate a very pregnant Bethenny Franklel can be about food. Beth eats some fancy doughnuts while hanging out with event planner Shawn. And here are a few things that she says while eating dessert: 1) "Kill yourself. Kill ... yourself." (By the way, it makes no sense that she says this, but whatever.) 2) "It's like sex." (That is -- eating doughnuts is apparently like having sex. Okay then, Bethenny.) 3) "If I were you, I would stick my penis right in the middle." (This being Beth's expression of pleasure at eating doughnuts, and her recommendation to Shawn at what he should maybe do the doughnuts.) ... All right, then. So; just to briefly recap. Beth was really hungry. And she was being a bit crazy, but we'll chalk that up to the whole pregnancy thing. Source & Video
On 'Bethenny Getting Married' (Thu., 10PM ET on BRAVO), it's been five weeks since Bethenny Frankel gave birth, and her husband Jason Hoppy is going crazy. "I just wasn't aware that the deprivation of sex would send Jason into a complete tailspin," says Bethenny. "You cannot have sex for six weeks after you give birth. Doctors orders." But weeks of abstaining could be affecting Bethenny too, as she becomes practically delirious. She turns the word "Montauk" -- on the eastern tip of Long Island -- into a sexual joke and becomes hysterical with laughter. Jason is not amused. Source & Video
Last week, viewers watched Bethenny Frankel walk down the aisle and become a bona fide housewife. But now that she and Jason Hoppy have tied the knot, what's the long-term future of Bethenny Getting Married? Frankel, for one, isn't worried. "The best parts on my show are when Jason and I are sitting in the kitchen talking about nonsense, or something so stupid," the 39-year-old says. "There's always going to be nonsense in our life and some of things that happen ... you would not even believe could actually happen to anybody and they do happen to me." Bethenny Getting Married?, airing Thursdays at 10/9c, chronicles Frankel and Hoppy's honeymoon and the rest of Frankel's first pregnancy. After baby, Frankel's fans are already wondering about a possible second season, since she's frequently said she has no interest in returning to The Real Housewives of New York City. "Nothing is definite. We haven't discussed it yet, but I would imagine that there would be," Frankel says. "It's the right kind of show for Bravo and I think it would be really well received." To Read More Click Here .
Got four weeks? Great, let's plan your wedding! If you loved Bethenny's wedding and her process leading up to it, I'm here to help. Here are some easy tips that, from what I can tell, made Bethenny's wedding so Bethenny-licious. Tip #1: Make sure you are already over-booked, busy, and have too much to do. Being seven months pregnant also helps. If you only have one thing, like a job, going on you're not doing enough. Write a book, release a brand of liquor, schedule a meeting with a dog psychologist--you've got to do whatever it takes, and then add three more things on top of that! To Read More Click Here .
So far, we may not have seen the worst of Bethenny Frankel on "Bethenny Getting Married?," but the shotgun wedding is fast-approaching and it seems as if she's going full-on bridezilla on us. Relatively speaking, Bethenny has kept her anxiety about the fast-approaching wedding at a reasonable level up until now. In the preview clip above, though, Bethenny's control freak is joining the party. Her wedding planner isn't helping matters, but it's his job to keep the train on the tracks. But after Bethenny saw his choices for the location (with visions of a Four Seasons Hotel wedding on her mind), she may have lost all trust in his taste level. At any rate, she's not giving up the reigns to him anytime soon. "Bethenny Getting Married" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. EST on Bravo. Source & Preview
Sure there's an age gap between Bethenny Frankel and her new assistant, Max, but it is to the extent he thinks? On 'Bethenny Getting Married?' (Thu., 10PM on BRAVO), Bethenny and her wedding planner discussed whether Bethenny and her fiancee, Jason, would share a first dance. Max chimed in saying he knows how to slow dance and he and Bethenny put on a little show. Then, Max asked if Bethenny's generation grinds at weddings. "What's grinding?" Bethenny asked. "When your ass is in somebody's balls when you're like going to the floor? Crotch to crotch? ... My generation grinds if they're sh--faced at a night club." Source & Video
In the premiere of the "Bethenny Getting Married?," we got a taste of Bethenny Frankel's crazy life as a working, pregnant fiancÃ© after she just moved in with her man, Jason Hoppy. We learned that the reality star isn't quite the social animal we thought she was and watched as she and Jason argued over their upcoming housewarming party and the size of their wedding. Then, real life peeked its ugly head when Jason got stuck on a business trip and left Bethenny to host the housewarming party alone. She passed with just a minor freak out. With the wedding four weeks away, Bethenny is feeling the stress of her procrastination. Jason's family is in town and she gives in and hires a wedding planner. In the preview above, Jason returns from his business trip and she tries not to overwhelm him with her intensity. Good luck, Bethenny! "Bethenny Getting Married?" airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. EST on Bravo. Source & Preview
Bethenny has to plan her wedding, but since she's got a limited amount of time before the baby arrives, she needs help...fast! Here's a clip from tomorrow's episode of Bethenny's Getting Married that shows us Bethenny's first meeting with her wedding planner. The look on his face when she tells him the wedding is in four weeks is a look of silent panic. Then Bethenny goes on to quiz him about her choice of venue. Poor guy! Check this out: Source & Preview