Who is Yolanda Foster in this world? A U.S. citizen, that’s who!
Bravo’s Andy Cohen gets political. A big fan of the first lady, Cohen talks about hosting a Democratic LGBT fundraising event next week — and how he hopes to get married.
How will Ramona torture this lady?
Summer TV is a haven for absurdity, melodrama, and crap that would never fly in the fall. These shows might be legitimately good — and I’m holding out hope! — but ironic enjoyment is equally enticing.
Plus, Andy finally reveals if Danielle Staub is returning to RHONJ
Of course that rumor was wrong.
They’re certainly acting like they did.
Her son’s animal crackers literally come served on a silver platter, for starters.
With so many Housewives in one place, we can only hope the cameras were rolling.
If you want to survive in Beverly Hills, pay close attention.
Hate to break it to you, but if your baby boy isn’t eating ceviche at celebrity-attended polo matches, then you might not have it all.
As Season 3 comes to a close, we look at which Housewives have found redemption, and which are past the point of no return.
All it took was James Lipton asking, “Would you allow me to interview Sarah Palin, please?”
After she didn’t show at the reunion, Mr. Bravo didn’t shy away from sharing his feelings about the soon-to-be ex-housewife.
Glanville talks about her fights with Adrienne Maloof, her book, her children, Lexapro, and many other things that most people don’t discuss.
Sliced bread is “unchic,” you guys.
Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has already had its share of conflict. Where do you stand on these 10 fights? (And yes, there is a right answer.)
You might think that appearing on a Bravo show with “Million Dollar” in the name in which your home is redecorated with $250K worth of furniture by Kathryn Ireland would be enough to get Lindsay to actually show up. You’d be wrong.
Who is this attacker of Brandi Glanville and why do we care what she thinks? A deep-dive into Resnick’s history!
Now in its 10th season, Bravo’s Emmy Award-winning show has fallen into a serious slump. Here are some suggestions for returning Top Chef to its former glory.
If you’re an avid viewer of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, you know these ladies don’t always choose their words carefully. Help them out with this fill-in-the-blank quiz.
An appearance on Watch What Happens Live? Sweet Brown got time for that.
“We’re not trying to show off or anything like that. We’re simply living our lives and sharing it with the world,” says Lisa Hochstein.
The Bravo everything-man was on the phone having some pretty intense convos.
Drama erupts in person, and on Twitter.
If you’re as obsessed with petty high school class warfare as I am, you could easily become hooked on Bravo’s new reality about young women trying to make it in the art world. Anyone who’s looking for an accurate portrayal of people doing serious work at an art gallery — you’re missing the point. Here are the four main reasons why this show kind of rules.
Now it’s stuck in all of our heads.
On last night’s edition of “The Real Housewives Of Orange County”, the ladies decided to go camping, nay, glamping …but things took a turn for the worse when a skunk showed up.
On last night’s episode we learned two very important things: despite how much they protest it, Gretchen really can’t sing those high notes anymore and Alexis cannot host a TV show to save her life. Sorry, gals.