When it comes to Celebrity Apprentice, having two Real Housewives shove food in each other’s faces is kind of the money shot…although I suppose season 2’s Clint Black would argue that it is hard to top the time he come up with an ad for Tide insinuating he liked to use detergent to masturbate while reading Donald Trump’s book (and no, I did not just make that up). The point is, this is the next best thing. Also, I should never use the words “Clint Black,” “masturbate,” and “money shot” in the same paragraph ever again. READ FULL STORY
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It’s not often that the phrase “I’m definitely going to have a child” is met with “Can you be a little more specific?” Generally the response is more cheers-and-hugs oriented, but when you’re dealing in the Real Housewives franchise, it’s important to ask for as much specificity as possible, particularly regarding words like “definitely.”
A main point in Kenya Moore’s storyline this season has been getting some closure on her mother’s abandonment of her as a child, and that includes wanting to start a family of her own. But as she’s yet to even name her boyfriend on the show (unless you count “African prince”), her “baby daddy” prospects are limited. Watch below as Kenya sits her slightly skeptical family down to tell them the steps she’s taking to prepare to have a child. READ FULL STORY
Since season 3 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, viewers have loved (and loved to hate) the relationship between Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas. From raising a teenage daughter to making their marriage work, the couple have put it all on TV. Entertainment Weekly sat down with the controversial couple and talked about how they stay together and their new venture together, publishing the book Carry On Baggage: Our Nonstop Flight.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: On the last episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, it was great to see the interaction with you, Peter, and Arthur’s mom, but what was your first impression of Noelle’s friend?
CYNTHIA: I was quite relieved when I met him. I thought he was a very sweet little boy, and I immediately felt comfortable, especially after talking to his mother. What you guys didn’t get to see is that we went over ground rules. We talked to the kids about the kind of things they would like to do. We said if the grades started slipping then the divorce proceedings would happen immediately, because it was like again, some of the things you didn’t see, we asked Noelle and Arthur where the relationship was headed. Well they said, “We’re going to get married in eight years.”
PETER: Surely, Arthur said that when I wasn’t in the room.
CYNTHIA: I think at her age, 14, obviously Noelle isn’t “dating,” with parent supervision, but in this world that we live in, it’s very important to keep those lines of communication open to know what your child is doing. Even if she thinks she wants to date, I want to know, and not find out on Instagram.
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NeNe did say that she’s the boss, and it looks like Kenya Moore is learning that sentiment the hard way.
In this preview clip of the season 6 premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya and NeNe go head-to-head with each other. Kenya feels that NeNe wasn’t a good friend during her eviction drama. But NeNe is upset Kenya skipped her wedding.
“Surely, I couldn’t believe that she was homeless — not the person who has all these DVDs, producing everything all over the world, and you’re a top actress. Surely, you’re not homeless,” Leakes says sarcastically.
Watch NeNe throw the thickest amount of shade below:
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