Who wouldn’t want to party with the wildest housewife?
As determined by a boyfriend who has only seen some of Season 5.
“Well, reality TV has had quite the evolution.” If you’re a fan of The Comeback but not Bravo, here’s what you might have missed in the long-awaited return of the HBO comedy.
“I never throw the first punch, but I’m always a knockout.”
Please don’t go, girl. No, really, the show would suck without you.
Beverly Hills, darling. Chi chi chi chi chi.
Some people hate Brandi. Those people are wrong.
The first promo for Season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills promises more drama, drinking, and dreck. Here’s why I’m looking forward to the November 4 premiere.
Who is Yolanda Foster in this world? A U.S. citizen, that’s who!
Of course that rumor was wrong.
If you want to survive in Beverly Hills, pay close attention.
The two have gotten close since pairing up for the reality series. “Oh, we’ve done some other dancing as well,” says Gleb. “In the bedroom.”
Glanville talks about her fights with Adrienne Maloof, her book, her children, Lexapro, and many other things that most people don’t discuss.
But her people are saying she quit.
Now that she’s leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, who is Adrienne Maloof in this world?
That crazy anecdote about her vaginal rejuvenation and more juicy details from Brandi’s new book inside!
Last night, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards announced the launch of her online store. It is predictably amazing.
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.)
TV villains are usually a delight to watch, but sometimes they miss the mark. Here are characters we ended up wishing would just go away.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills sisters prepare to face a challenge more fearsome than their fellow Housewives in Stars in Danger: The High Dive.
Who is this attacker of Brandi Glanville and why do we care what she thinks? A deep-dive into Resnick’s history!
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.
This photo is proof that she did, in my humble opinion. They are perky!
He spoke candidly about his ex-wife Camille — whose name Kelsey refuses to say — and how he “let” her do the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills “because she always wanted to be famous.” He also addressed her claims that he’s a cross-dresser and stated that their marriage was always a facade.
TV shows pretty often tend to have a whole lot of white people on them. In this week’s episode of Funny or Die’s “Billy on the Street,” Billy Eichner claims that Dawson’s Creek is the “whitest TV show of all time.” Here’s a case for Dawson, as well as nine other classically white programs.
“When’s the book come out, anyway? How long has it been?” That’s what Brandi Glanville asked Taylor Armstrong on tonight’s second installment of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion. “It” is the suicide of Armstrong’s husband, Russell. “The book” is about “it.” Here’s video of the tense exchange between Armstrong (plus Kyle Richards) and Glanville from which the quote was taken.
Mee-wow! Tonight, Bravo aired the first of its three-part “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion special. The hour’s most notable moment came during a heated confrontation between Adrienne Maloof and Lisa Vanderpump, during which Maloof accused a defiant Vanderpump of selling stories to tabloids like Radar Online. Here’s what you missed.