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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Teresa's house featured by In Touch Magazine

Pics. of  Teresa and her house with all those marble floors.

Bethenny's pregnancy fitness tips

Article from US magazine.

By Jeri Condit
Why does it seem that stars drop the baby weight so quickly after giving birth? Their secret is that most of them stay fit while expecting. (While putting on 28 to 40 pounds is healthy, many of us admittedly go overboard.) Linda Melone, nutritionist and certified fitness instructor, says women can bounce back to their pre-baby bodies quicker if they follow a simple, low-impact routine that includes yoga, stretching and water workouts. Bonus benefit: Exercising while pregnant can prevent gestational diabetes, alleviate lower-back pain and even lessen the "baby blues," according to The American College of Sports Medicine. Read on for details:

1. Yoga
Real Housewives of New York's Bethenny Frankel alternated yoga sessions with 45-minute walks three times a week while pregnant with daughter Bryn (born May 8). Just three weeks later, she showed off her size-4 bikini bod in Us Weekly! Melone recommends taking these precautions before launching into downward dog:

• Abstain from Bikram ("hot" yoga), which raises the body's core temperature above the recommended 102 degrees.
• Avoid any poses lying on your back after the first trimester or any extreme stretching.
• Since your center of gravity changes as the baby grows, use caution with balancing moves -- use a wall or other support to avoid falling.
• Twist from the shoulders vs. the abdomen and only go as far as comfortable.
• In general, safe moves include the Cobra (first trimester only), side bends, triangle, cat-cow, triangle pose and avoid backbends, hand/headstands, one-legged balance poses without support. MSN: 5 surprising ways yoga affects your health

2. Stretching
"Many women experience sciatica [nerve pain] during the third trimester and are unable to do much more than stretch, which helps ease the pain," points out Melone. But, she warns, use caution with extreme stretching because relaxin, a hormone produced during pregnancy, makes muscles more pliable than usual; stretch only within your pre-pregnancy range-of-motion. MSN: How to stay motivated to workout while pregnant!

3. Water Workouts
Pregnancy often puts pressure on joints and internal organs, but the buoyancy and support of water can provide relief for sciatica. As with all workouts during pregnancy, work within your comfort zone, avoid extremes such as swimming an exorbitant number of laps, stay hydrated and avoid becoming overheated. MSN: 10 things that might surprise you about being pregnant

4. Don't Start a New Activity When Pregnant
"If you're a runner, you can keep running if you're comfortable. But you typically don't want to start a running program or jump into a new vigorous activity at this time," says Melone. "The American College of Sports Medicine recommends cardiovascular exercise three to seven days a week for 30 to 40 minutes at a moderate intensity, with no extremes in intensity." Melone also says not to be worried if your stamina decreases. "The amount of exercise a [pregnant] woman can do varies depending on the trimester," she says. While some women find only stretching comfortable, others "continue their pre-pregnancy program up until labor without a hitch."

Vicki-RHOOC and her sis

Pic./Tweet from Vicki.
Me and my sister! I love her

Ashley-RHONJ Blogs about Fight Night

By:Ashley Holmes
First I want to start by saying that I read Teresa's blog from this episode and I would just like quote her, "Jacqueline said in her blog last week, we're supposed to blog about what happened when the episode aired, why it happened, what we were feeling at THAT time. It's part of the gig. Do I wish I never had to talk about/think about/write about/see Danielle ever again? Of course! But I agreed to be on the show and I think it's a cop-out and not fair to the fans to write fake blogs every week or refuse to talk about a cast member." I couldn't have said it more perfectly. Now, that being said, how do I even begin to write about this episode?

This is going to be a long one, where do I begin? Hmm, I guess I can start with, where did I go? Well, after the lovely starring contest we all had, I was ready to go home. I went there to model for Kim, and I did my job. Once Danielle and I started exchanging looks, and after hearing what her and her groupies were saying about me, I decided it was probably best for me to leave. I wanted to remove myself from the situation. I went into the dressing room to start gathering my things and to help clean up a little before I said my goodbyes. I got my things together, and then went into the production room to give my mic back. While I was taking my mic off I was watching the monitors. I saw my mom and Teresa sitting in the hallway on one monitor, and then I saw Danielle and Kim G enter the hallway on another monitor. They then began to exchange words.

This episode starts with the continuing argument between my mother, Teresa and Danielle. What a mess. I honestly don't think that Teresa's intention was to start trouble. Knowing Teresa for as long as I have, I think she honestly just wanted to say hi. CLEARLY that plan was not fully thought through. Even if Teresa imagined she'd have any sort of altercation with Danielle, I can assure you all that she did not expect it to go as far as it did. Anyway, back to me in the production room. We were all on edge watching the monitors, and my adrenaline was already pumping from nerves. All of the sudden they all headed into the main room where the show was, AND ALL FOUR OF THE MONITORS went static. I then heard what sounded like a table, or a few glasses getting knocked over, and people screaming and yelling outside of the doors. There was chaos in the production room too. I left the production room to find out what happened. When I entered the hallway I saw Danielle running outside with Teresa following quickly behind her, with a crowd of random women trying to watch all the commotion. At this point my heart was beating so hard in my chest, and I couldn't find my mom. Someone had said to me, "I think Danielle hit your mom." My stomach was in knots. I then went outside to look for Danielle to yell at her. A few of my friends were trying to talk me down from an anxiety attack. I thought that someone had harmed my mother. What would you do in that situation? I didn't snap just because I thought something happened to my mom. Danielle had been messing with my family for over a year, and that recently she had even begun to purposely push my buttons. So imagine all of that, plus thinking she hit my mother?! I literally blacked out from all of the adrenaline. I didn't even think to try to find my mother to make sure she was OK first. I did not see my mom before I pulled Danielle's hair. Otherwise I would have asked my mom IF Danielle had hit her, and if she was OK first. If you paid attention to the scene of me right before I pulled Danielle's hair, you see me just observing the situation outside. The camera zoomed in on my face and if it looked like I was terrified and about to throw up, it's because I was. So all of those factors led me to act on impulse. I AM NOT MAKING EXCUSES FOR MYSELF. I am simply telling it like it is. Do I hate Danielle? YES. Is that the sole reason that I felt like pulling her hair? NO. Like I said, I blacked out from the adrenaline. I was acting on impulse. I don't just go around pulling the hair of people that I don't like. If I did that, I would be in jail by now.

Danielle is the first person to ever make me get to this point. I have never had such rage and anger inside of me. She is the first person to really make me boil over. Was I wrong by pulling her hair? ABSOLUTELY. Did I have good intentions behind my actions? YES, I was defending my mother. Danielle is very calculated, and she has a way of bringing out THE ABSOLUTE WORST in people. Was it all Danielle that night? Of course not, at the end of the night, it was MY decision to lay a hand on her. I acted without thinking. I paid my dues, and I learned my lesson. I'm allowed to still not like Danielle, and TRUST ME I have my reasons. However, that does not mean I didn't learn a lesson. At the end of the day I let myself get to that point, and I now know that it is NEVER OK to lay a hand on another human being. Maybe I should take some anger management classes? Hmm...

Right after the tug, I had a bunch of people coming up to me asking what I did, and at this point I was STILL mid-anxiety attack, surrounded by chaos. I wasn't "bragging" that I pulled her hair, I was simply just answering my friends' questions, and I was still angry and flustered. I was saying to my friends that I pulled Danielle's hair out of her head, because I did pull it, I know I loosened it. HOWEVER, I DID NOT PULL A CLUMP OR "CLUMPS" OUT OF HER HAIR, as she reported to the police. Don't you think that I would have had at least SOME of that hair in my possession? If I pulled out that much of her hair, why would she have it and not me? Also, who else finds it weird that she saved her nasty hair? Ew. My mom came outside shortly after and told me to go back inside. I did as she said, but when I came back outside I saw my mom down by Danielle's car, so I went to see if she was OK and I hugged her. She was REALLY mad at me and started yelling at me to go home, and was calling me a child, etc. I got REALLY upset because I had just had an anxiety attack thinking that Danielle had hit my mom. At the time I believed I was defending my mom. So it just hurt that she was yelling at me, which is what prompted the comments I made to my mother. Did my mom have reason to be mad at me? Of course. However, I think she still should have seen where I was coming from that night.

Do I think that Danielle wanted what happened that night to happen? ABSOLUTELY. Like my Aunt Caroline said, she got exactly what she wanted. She wanted to show everyone 'SEE THOSE MEAN GIRLS?! LOOK! I TOLD YOU.' She even said to Kim G. in the car three times, "I told you this was going to happen." Why Danielle? Did you go there with ill-intentions? Danielle said a million times that she wanted to leave, and she wanted someone to get her out of there. Well, who was stopping her?

And the Academy Award goes to ... (not). I didn't buy Danielle's fake tears for a second. Notice how Danielle was oh so upset and "crying" so hard, but when Kim G. went to go talk to my mom, notice how Danielle's tone totally changed as she said to Harry, "Don't let Kim hit her." Hmm, why is that Danielle? Maybe because if Kim hit my mom, then you wouldn't have really been able to build much of a case? Hmm *cough*calculated move*cough*. I'd also like to point out the part where Danielle called MY mother a "skanky ho." REALLY?! Ha! I hope that was a joke. Seriously, who does she think she is?! Whatever.

When I went to say goodbye to Teresa and 'the Kims' you could clearly see that I was still upset. When I responded to Kim G. saying, "GOOD, love and light," (about Danielle's hair being in pieces) notice my face and listen to the tone of my voice. I didn't literally mean good, like WOO HOO! You could tell that I was just fed up with everything and everyone at that point. I was just sooo done. Even when I was talking to the cops I couldn't believe what was happening. I should have expected that the cops would get involved, but I guess that's what happens when you ACT before you THINK. I also would like to state that I was honest with the police from the beginning, but there were many lies on the police report from Danielle. Just sayin'.

Danielle said that we're on a mission to get her or something. No hunnie. IF ANYONE has been on a mission, it has been Danielle trying screw with our lives. FAIL. She's a miserable woman. Her reasoning behind press charges is ridiculous. "Bad behavior needs consequences." Yeah, I guess SHE would know. Her whole conversation with Danny, I mean really? Danny would be back in jail? What a great guy. You know Danielle, if you would like to "stay in the positive," you might want to start by hanging around the right people. OH and another thing, stop talking about how we dug up your past. We didn't dig it up, it came to us, and you know damn well that it's things that you HAVE DONE/ARE DOING to us in the present. Seriously? Will you EVER change? Danielle is living in a make-believe world in her head. It's actually really sad. Danielle, you said an apology is in order? Yeah, we know, we're waiting.

Danielle's conversation with Kim made me laugh. I could comment a lot on this, but I'll try to keep it short, this blog is long enough. Bottom line is that Danielle is full of shit.

I laughed so hard at the scene of my mom playing games on her phone while Danielle's "spiritual advisor" tried to help. I think my mom is such a ham. I love her so much! Haha! Nerd.

The episode ended with me fighting with my parents. Obviously I was still upset about everything that went down. I was still feeling hurt that my mom didn't even take into consideration that I thought that I was defending her. She didn't even see where I was coming from that night. I was frustrated. When I said, "I can do whatever I want to Danielle," I didn't mean it that way. What I meant was that if I make the decision to do something, I'll do it, but that doesn’t make allowed, or legal, or the right thing to do. I was just trying to say that I'm old enough to make my own choices. It just came out wrong. I totally see where my parents were coming from of course. They clearly stated that they didn't condone my behavior that night. I wasn't expecting them to support my actions, I just wanted them to understand what I was feeling. I know that I handled myself badly AGAIN, and I know that I was disrespectful to my parents AGAIN, but keep in mind this was filmed months ago, and since then I have grown a lot, and I'm still growing. I'm only 19, I have time to correct my flaws. I am not proud of this episode at all. I am not happy with the way I looked at all. I have definitely learned a lesson from all of this. You learn and grow with each choice you make. I have a headache from all of the drama, I just want the chaos to stop. Just sayin'.

To quote Andy Warhol, "In the future, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes." To quote Drake, "My fifteen minutes started an hour ago." Haha! So, while I have the opportunity to reach the public I just want to bring attention to a few organizations that I love, mainly, (if you haven't checked it out already) the organization, 'To Write Love On Her Arms.' It really is such a great cause and the staff members are so kind. I'm planning to have a benefit for them as soon as possible. I think I'll aim for sometime in fall, we'll see! Stay on top of my updates about that, or just about my every day life on my Facebook or Twitter (@_ashleyholmes). I love you all sooo much! Your support through all of this has been so overwhelming and much appreciated! As for the haters, keep on hatin' if it makes YOU happy!

Until next time,
xoxo Ashley

Kelly at alice+olivia

Kelly was at the alice+olivia by Stacey Bendet M.A.C. Cosmetics collection launch at Beauty Bar New York City.

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Danielle Throws Lavish Party for Christine

Post from Babble.

Amidst all the drama among Real Housewives of New Jersey cast members Danielle Staub, Teresa Giudice and Jaqueline Laurita, the upcoming episode of the highest rated Real Housewives cast features Danielle Staub spoiling daughter Christine with a lavish sweet 16 party.

Sources say Staub hosted a party for her daughter at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange, NJ, which was extravagant and over-the-top, to say the least. We’ve questioned our readers on Staub’s level of maturity and responsibility when it comes with her recent blow-outs with fellow housewives and even Laurita’s daughter, Ashley, but what about her parenting style with her own daughters?

This season, we’ve seen Staub take Christine to model castings and help her get onto a New York Fashion Week runway at a very young age, disguising it as wanting to make her daughter happy, though the whole thing smelled of Staub clawing at more fame for herself. Now she’s planning very adult birthday parties and likely spending lots of money on them–even amidst rumors that Staub is struggling financially.

Does Staub have her daughter’s best interests in mind, or is she using her daughter

Bethenny's mom talks to Star Magazine

Post from

Bethenny Frankel claims her childhood was destroyed by her volatile, boozing mother. But her devastated mom, Bernadette Birk, tells an entirely different story.

"I love my daughter but what she's saying is killing me," Bernadette reveals in an exclusive interview in this week's issue of Star. She denies Bethenny's assertion that she was a bulimic who was always drinking.

The star of Bethenny Getting Married? has said Bernadette was "never a mother to me" and calls her childhood "toxic." Bernadette, an interior design professor, admits there was discord in the family but insists Bethenny was "the most important person in my world."

The mother and daughter have only spoken twice in the last 10 years, says Bernadette, who laments she only knows what is going on in Bethenny's world by watching her on television.

Pick up this week's issue of Star — on newsstands now — for more of our interview with Bernadette and to see six never-before-seen photos of Bethenny growing up

Jill Zarin talks to Jewcy

Interview Jill did with

                       By: Rachel Ament
Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin is perhaps the most identifiably Jewish woman on television today. She hails from Woodmere, Long Island; she speaks with inflated vowels and shrunken consonants and her heart will not stop beating tachycardiacally until her daughter gets into a top tier college. Even her wit ("Usually I'm the one doing all the talking but these two girls were out-Yenta-ing me!") seems to have inherited the vantage point of the shtetl from her ancestors.

Surprisingly, these traits do not add up to a one-note Jewish caricature - a la Fran Drescher. While The Nanny had all the emotional range of (err) a stuffed animal, Jill has the dexterity to play both a stereotype and a complicated woman, one who cares deeply about her friends and family but often gets sidetracked by petty cat-fighting. Jill, along with her sister Lisa Wexler and mother Gloria Kamen recently wrote Secrets of a Jewish Mother, a guide to motherhood that offers such overbearing, over-loving advice as: "If a lesson is worth teaching once, it is worth teaching at least two thousand times."

Over the past few weeks, I've had the pleasure of chatting with Jill about Jewish motherhood, henna tattoos, and (hold your breath) the Real Housewives Reunion Special.

Thank you for chatting with me Jill. How did Bravo find you for the show?
They cold called me after seeing my photo on I then introduced them to Bethenny and Luann.

What happened next? Did you have a screen test?
They came to NY to film me for a "day in the life." Then I got a call 9 months later that the show was "green lit" and ready to go.

What is your biggest insecurity?
I don't know if I could name just one! I am always trying to lose that last " 5-10" pounds. I am always insecure about how I look.

Would you consider yourself socially ambitious?
I consider myself driven in life. I was taught to strive for excellence in everything I do.

Writer Ayelet Waldman once said that Jewish mothers have turned the entire Western world into Jewish mothers - that now everyone is guilty and overprotective. Do you think this is true? Do you think "Jewish mothering" has spread virally across religious and cultural lines?
If it is true, it is a wonderful thing. The first thing we say in our book is that you don't have to be Jewish to be a "Jewish Mother" and that is often maligned. We tried to demystify that "rumor" by explaining why being a "Jewish Mother" is a good thing, not a bad one.

What differences have you observed between Ashkenazi and Sephardic mothers?
I asked my sister Lisa, co- author of Secrets and host of The Lisa Wexler Radio show for help on this one. Lisa has a good friend in Israel who married a Moroccan Jew, and, hence, has a Sephardic mother-in-law. She believes very strongly in traditions such as celebrating every Shabbos with the entire family together around a large dining table. Also, she drew a henna design on the palm of Lisa's friend's hand the night before the wedding. But essentially, all mothers want the same thing, wherever they come from.

You and your daughter Ally seem to have the most tenderhearted mother-child relationship on the show. Has Judaism influenced your feelings about family?
Thank you for that compliment. Relationships are the most important thing in my life and we talk about that a lot in our new book "Secrets of a Jewish Mother". Jewish people in general value parenting as the most important job a person can have.

There was a torrent of hits thrown at you at the reunion special. How are you holding up?
I admit it was not the easiest day for me. Sometimes I look at it as a "job" and that helps me get through it. If not for the show, most of the relationships, good and bad, would not exist. We each have a different set of friends and are at different points in our lives. It is hard to be judged as a "friend" when in fact some of us only see each other when the cameras are rolling. For example, I only met the 2 newest housewives, Jen Gilbert and Sonja Morgan on "set". We had no history together. However, I have enjoyed meeting them both and hope to develop a friendship on and off camera in the future.

Was it upsetting for Ally to watch?
Believe it or not, we really don't talk about the show much. So many fans have written to her how much they love us, that it has been a good experience for her, not bad. She is co-president of and is using her " celebrity" to promote Green Living. She is also involved in many charities that would otherwise not get attention.

Last question: If a movie was to be made about Jill Zarin, what would it be called?
That is easy. The connector!

Kelly was NOT forced to go to crazy island

Below is a quote from Andy Cohen from the Harper's Bazaar feature on Kelly.

“I think it was deeply disturb- ing. It seemed like she had a break of some kind, but I can’t say exactly what it was,” says Andy Cohen, Bravo’s programming chief, who denies Bensimon’s claims that she felt “literally forced” to go on the trip. “She was not forced to go to Saint John by Bravo or the producers,” he says. “That’s untrue.”

Meet SILEX in NY

Alex and Simon will be at Borders, Syosset,NY on Friday, come out and see them if you are interested.

Book Signing- Borders Syosset, NY
Date: Friday, July 16, 2010
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: 425 Jericho Turnpike Syosset, NY 11791

Kim/Kandi having fun on tour

Tweets/Pics. of Kim/Kandi in North Carolina.

Umm...the sound guy fixing my Mike cuz I can't sit still! He gets to touch for
me & @Kimzolciak in her PJ's after her fabulous show last night! How can you not love this woman? xoxo

Meet Bethenny in Philly

Info. on where Bethenny will be if you are in the area and want to see her in person.

Save the Date: Skinnygirl Margarita Bottle Signing &Tasting in Philadelphia
Meet Bethenny Frankel at the Franklin Mills Wine & Spirits store in Philadelphia and taste her all-natural, low calorie Skinnygirl Margarita. Bethenny will sign your pre-purchased bottle!

Date: Thursday, July 22, 2010
Time: 5:00-7:00 PM
Location: Franklin Mills PA Wine & Spirits Store
Address: 401 Franklin Mills Circle, Philadelphia
Phone: 215-281-2080

Sheree-RHOA at ATL Live On The Park

Shree was out and about at ATL LIVE ON THE PARK a music showcase that was produced by Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols.

Photo: James Pray

NeNe's latest interview

From Channel 11 Atlatnta, Nene's interview with Steve Hardy and Tyler Perry. Video after the story.

NEW ORLEANS -- They're two of the biggest names in Atlanta's entertainment world -- Tyler Perry and Steve Harvey.

They spent part of last month mingling with the "Who's Who" in the music industry at the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans.

11Alive was there too, Keeping it Real with NeNe.

NeNe Leakes has been working on some fun entertainment stories for 11Alive News Today and the upcoming season of the Real Housewives of Atlanta.

She got Steve Harvey and Tyler Perry to open up about work and relationships, down on the bayou.

Bethenny would like her own talk show


Wenn Photo
Out for a promotional gig, Bethenny Frankel was spotted at Barnes &Noble bookstore in New York City yesterday (July 14).

The “Real Housewives of New York City” babe looked to be in good spirits as she signed copies of her new book “The Skinnygirl Dish” at the Tribeca store.

As for her future in television, Bethenny recently revealed that she’d like to get away from the reality genre and transition to a talk show job.

"My show is great but I don't think I'd want the cameras in a reality format in my life for that long. I'd probably be institutionalized!

"In five years I would like to be on TV but in a more daytime talk show type of format. I know my husband would like to another child so that is on the table."

Kandi and Kim tour interview

Video from WCNC of Kim/Kandi talking about be on tour together.

Meet Max from Bethenny Getting Married

From the L.A. Times, Q&A with Max and a video follows the article.

BY:Yvonne Villarreal
Some of TV’s most memorable characters are the lowly assistants. Daniel Meade had brace-faced Betty Suarez. Ari Gold had headset-wearing Lloyd Lee. And Montgomery Burns has bespeckled Waylon Smithers Jr.

In the reality genre, there’s Max Meisel. He’s got hair that would make the “Jersey Shore” boys jealous. Cookie seems to like him. And he beat out the eccentric dude with a love for falafels to become the new assistant/intern to Bethenny Frankel, she of Bravo's “The Real Housewives of New York City” and, more recently, “Bethenny Getting Married?”

Meisel, a former walk-on punt returner for the Syracuse University football team, took some time to chat with us via phone Wednesday — while he was on the treadmill! Read on to get his take on the Jill-Bethenny feud, how his football skills translate to assisting skills and the panties-picking incident.

First things first, do you find that you're consuming a lot of Skinnygirl Margaritas?

I don’t really have a choice. Whenever we’re out and we’re in the position to get a drink it seems like I have to order a Skinnygirl Margarita.

Are you a fan? I’ve never tried it. I might be the only one.

It tastes kind of like a watered-down margarita.

Is Bethenny still hassling you about picking up girls at events? Kind of kills the game, right, when your boss is egging you on?

I think it depends on her mood. Sometimes, as you’ve seen in the episodes, she doesn’t want me to pick up girls. Sometimes she’s encouraging me to pick up girls. It’s all about trying to gauge her mood.

Talk a little bit about that mood. What’s it like working for Bethenny?

Um … I guess … you have to be as all over the place as she is because her mind is racing in a million different directions. She has her hand in so many different jars: She’s got the Skinnygirl line, she has books, she has her own show. … There’s constantly a lot on her plate and nothing has to do with each other; that’s what kind of makes things difficult.

Why did you decide to apply for the position as her assistant?

It certainly was a bit out of my element. I saw it as a really good opportunity to learn from somebody who has really used the show that she’s on to build an entire industry for herself. I thought there was a lot to learn from that. I knew it was something that I needed to catch on to because I knew nothing really about what she does. But I was kind of excited that I was a novice in that area.

Right. You mentioned in a blog that, prior to hearing about the job, you had never seen "The Real Housewives of New York City.”

Yep. It’s not something I would ever watch. It’s just not my thing.

But you have since seen an episode, correct?

Yeah. I’ve seen a few now. It’s definitely interesting.

So has your experience playing football come in handy at all with this job?

Definitely. Although completely unrelated on the surface, it taught me that you have to be comfortable being uncomfortable. It’s a rare occasion when everything goes completely as planned. I sort of have to be OK with that, comfortable with that. … I have to be prepared to push forth despite all the elements pulling you in different directions. And that’s helped me a lot in working for Bethenny. I’m in situations constantly where I just have no idea what I’m doing. I can’t let that stop me from doing my job the right way.

And you have to deal with Bethenny constantly poking fun at your appearance. If it isn’t your hair, it’s your clothing. Will we see a change in your appearance as a result of the teasing?

I have changed my look. You’ll just have to wait and see what happens with that. I don’t want to give anything away.

In working for Bethenny, is it kind of required that you eat healthy? I mean, she’s got those books everywhere, right?

Mmm. I’m a pretty good eater as it is. There’s been a few times, though, when I’ve looked in her books and learned a thing or two.

There’s a rumor that you got pretty chummy with Ramona Singer [of "Real Housewives of New York City"] at Bethenny’s wedding. Care to explain?

[laughs] She’s a good dancer, I’m not gonna lie. She’s a good dancer. She was wearing this long, bushy dress. I couldn’t really dance with her because I thought I was going to walk all over her dress. And, you know, women and their dresses — that’s not something to mess with. I was in and out.

What’s been the weirdest task you’ve been asked to do as Bethenny’s assistant?

The viewers saw it. It was a few episodes ago when I had to pick out Bethenny’s panties. I mean, come on! You’re going to ask me to pick out your underwear? I have no idea. I can’t even pick out my own underwear. Also, it’s the kind of situation where you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t. I gotta worry about Jason, too. This is his wife and I don’t think he wants me in her underwear drawers; but, at the same time, Bethenny’s my boss and I have to listen to what she says. There are so many times where I’m caught in situations where I can’t say ‘no’ but I know I’m screwed.

With baby Bryn in the mix, have you noticed a calmer Bethenny?

Not really. But she definitely finds a reason to sit down for a moment and smile a couple of extra times a day. She knows her priorities are very much different now. She knows what to do. She’s a great mother and a wife.

Set aside the fact that she gives you a check. In the Jill and Bethenny feud, where do you stand?

I gotta tell you the absolute truth: I know zero about it. And I really don’t care.

So what’s next?

I think everyone’s goal is a second season. Who knows what will happen with that.

Camille and Kelsey did not have a PRENUP

From MashCeleb a small mention of Camille.

TMZ has learned ... Kelsey Grammer took a page out of Larry King's playbook, and got hitched to Camille without a prenup.

It's pretty stunning, since during the run of "Frasier" Kelsey was the highest paid actor on TV ... making $1.6 mil an episode at the end of the show's 11-year run.

As we first reported, Kelsey is asking that some of his "Frasier" money be declared his separate property. Turns out. [TMZ]