Brandi Glanville confirmed in June that she would not be returning as a full-time cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The reality star and former model is managing to keep herself busy, though, with numerous business ventures, including her popular Unfiltered podcast, her line of clothes, and her Unfiltered Blonde wine. In addition to all those projects, Brandi is adding “actress” to the list this week, as she films alongside Adrienne Janic and Annie Girard in what appears to be a spoof of Charlie’s Angels titled Charlie’s Devils.
Sorry to the anonymous couple featured in the #PlaneBreakup, but their fellow passenger’s live-tweets from the awkward conversation are just too good not to share!
I’m not sure what else I need to say other than Amy Schumer recorded an audition tape for Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise. Hilarity ensues. (Herlarity?)
It seems that Anheuser-Busch is smarter than your average beer as it has worked out a $2.5 million “co-branding” campaign with the National Parks Service, which has (or had) a long-standing no alcohol policy. Keep reading for all the details, including new Statue of Liberty Budweiser cans and “a pretty epic surprise concert this summer.”
Tonight the original Bravo Gotham drama mamas are back as The Real Housewives of New York City premieres its seventh season with a revamped cast of eight that includes the return of Bravolebridom’s prodigal daughter Bethenny Frankel. In honor of this momentous occasion I could think of no better way to pay tribute to both the ladies of the NYC as well as the wordplay-lovin’ reunion maestro Andy Cohen than with a list of RHONY inspired Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavors.
I have endured the, ahem, full joys of womanhood for almost 20 years, and cannot ever recall having seen anything other than what looked like windshield wiper fluid being poured onto the maxi pads shilled in TV ads. Usually by some shiny haired, smiling woman dressed in white who happens to be mid-pirouette as she explains how much she <em>adores</em> her feminine hygiene products. (We all hate her, by the way. But we still subconsciously want to run out and buy whatever the hell she’s buying, natch.)
But suddenly, as I sat waiting for Nev Schulman to sniff out the truth behind sketchy Internet love connections (the reality-TV version of the truth, at least) on Catfish this week, MTV aired an ad showing a pinkish-red liquid being poured onto a period pad. If I had blinked, I would have missed it. But I didn’t blink. I saw it, and then I pressed re-wind on my DVR and saw it again…
Billionaire British heiress Alice Bamford posed for a photo with her baby at Hollywood’s famous Nobu Japanese restaurant on Sunday, but Alice and little Lilou were upstaged by one of the most famous families on the planet! Keep reading to find out who the family is and why they aren’t the wealthiest peeps in the pic.
Need a good laugh?
Allen Andersen arrived at his daughter’s school to pick her up when he was greeted with a hilarious site. He noticed an icy spot which proved to be problematic for many students. Rather than quietly laughing to himself, Allen decided to tape the students falling, add his own commentary, and post the video online. Check it out!