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Thursday, September 16, 2010

What Will Happen To Joe?

Christine and Danielle At The Elene Cassis Show

Danielle attends Elene Cassis Spring Summer 2010 Collection at Exit Art in New York City to watch Christine on the runway.

Danielle pictured with Elene Cassis & Debbie Gibson

Ramona And Catherine At WWHL

Picture from Andy.

We're live at 10 with our 2 cats in a bag turtle time spectacular with Cat and Ramona!!

Andy Cohen At Isaac Mizrahi Show

Andy Cohen attend the Isaac Mizrahi Spring 2011 fashion show at The Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City.

Photos: Life/Wire Image/Getty Images/Andy pic.with J.Weir&Robert Verdi

Michaele And Tareq On Extra

Bethenny On The October Cover of Health Magazine

Photo: Health

Kelly's NYFW Blog

Post from PAPERMAG.
Photo:Getty Images
Kelly Bensimon's Fashion Week Blog III: Badgley Mischka's Fitzgeraldian Moment
By Kelly Bensimon
Kelly Bensimon, whom you might know from a little television show called The Real Housewives of New York, is a model, writer, party circuit fixture and general lady-about-town. She'll be covering the goings on in NYC during Fashion Week for PAPERMAG. You can follow her on Twitter at @kikilet.

My first show at the Mercedes Benz Fashion week at Lincoln Center was Badgley Mischka. I didn't first get to know Mark Badgley and James Mischka through their designs -- I actually met them at the Hampton Classic horse show. Mark and James are good friends with Cornelia and CZ Guest who introduced me to the brilliant duo. The designers are clearly inspired by their glamorous friends -- their Spring 2011 show was filled with the elegant, flowing dresses that someone who lives a fantasy lifestyle like the Guests or other Badgley Mischka fans like Jennifer Lopez would wear. Their look is one that's sexy, effortless and entitled. As the models walked the runway and Temper Trap played "Sweet Disposition" (apparently the theme song of Fashion week, as I heard it at Minnie Mortimer, too -- I'm actually blasting it as I write this, lol), my leg bounced to the music and I was transported to a Fitzgeraldian scene where everything was unexpected, women were feminine and carefree, champagne flowed and every moment took your breath away. One of my favorite lines in "Sweet Disposition" is "Don't stop to surrender." This sentiment was echoed in what I saw in Badgley Mischka's collection. Their clothes encourage the women who wear them to enjoy the moment, relish in the beauty and enjoy life. Thank you Mark and James. The platforms, hot shorts, high waisted jeans and gorgeous gowns inspired me to dream for just a moment.

Jennifer Gilbert Would "Like To See A More Diverse Cast" On The RHONY

Article from Hollywood Life.

By:David Caplan
As reports swirl that the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New York will be adding a “wealthy Hamptons housewife,” former cast member Jennifer Gilbert, says it’s not a done deal yet, adding she would like to see a more diverse cast.
Photo: Wire Image

Jennifer, president of the New York City event planning firm Save The Date, told, “Sure, I would love to see a lesbian, or some diversity. It would be nice to do something a little diverse. All I know is The Real Housewives of New Jersey got [extremely high] ratings, so I think in order to get those type of ratings, they should up the ante.” Adds Jennifer, who remains friendly with the cast, “I do know that they haven’t 100 percent firmed up [the new cast member]. It’s not entirely in stone yet. I know they were looking at a zillion people.”

But the identity of the new rabblerouser will soon be known. Housewife Ramona Singer, who will be returning to the show, told at an OK! magazine party Sept. 13, “There is a new girl coming on…We start filming Sept. 20, that’s our target date. It’s going to be the best season ever, I feel it and I know it.”

And fellow cast member Jill Zarin, author of The New York Times bestseller, Secrets Of A Jewish Mother, tells she has faith in Bravo’s casting. “Bravo selects strong women who are independent and driven, which is why I feel so grateful to be part of the franchise. (Zarin also reacted to this week’s news that New Jersey Housewife Danielle Staub, landed a new show, Social, on WeatlhTV, saying “I am excited to see any Housewife branch out, whether it be a product line or their own TV show.”)

As for Jennifer, she may return to the show’s upcoming season, but not as a permanent character; instead she may appear on the show planning parties for the other cast members. “That is the hope,” she said. “I met with Bravo. I’m talking to a bunch of the girls about events they want to plan. I’d love to come back. I had fun. I just don’t want to do it every minute. It was great, but it was a tremendous amount of work, and to be honest, I’ve had a business for 16 years, I have a job. And I have kids. “

And Gilbert say she won’t miss being engulfed in the show’s seemingly non-stop drama. “At least this time, I’ll be watching from the sidelines!”

Bethenny And Jason With Rachel Ray

Picture from Bethenny.

Julie's makeover is uh-mazing! The @rachaelrayshow was awesome.

Ramona With Her Friends

Picture from Ramona.

At Cassandra's bday lunch here we are with the cake for 50 ladies!!!!

Vicki At 92 KQRS

Picture from Vicki.

Catherine-RHODC On "The Scoop"

Clip of Catherine on MSNBC.

Michaele Talks About The Sari Auction,MS And Her Style

Danielle At Boxers

Videos of Danielle at Boxers.

Kelly Attends The Argentina Group Show

Kelly at the Argentina Group Show Spring 2011 fashion show at The Stage at Lincoln Center on in New York City.

Photos:Life/Kelly pictured with Pancho Dotto

Photos: Getty/Life

Andy Cohen Is Not Weak

Video clip of Andy on the Wendy Williams Show talking about Teresa shoving him.

Ramona Says The New Housewife Is Happy With Herself

From US Magazine.

Which Manhattan socialite is brave enough to replace Bethenny Frankel on The Real Housewives of New York City?
Ramona Singer won't reveal the mystery woman's name (they begin filming Season 4 next week), but she promises viewers won't be disappointed.

"We have this new girl coming on. She is very happy with herself," Singer, 53, tells "Not to say I'm not going to get pissed at her or have a fight with her about something -- that's just who I am sometimes! I can't help it. But it's better I tell it to your face then behind your back, right?"

And viewers who'll miss Frankel's candid commentary on the show don't have to worry: she'll be back for the new season, but only for "cameo appearances, just like I did on her show," says the Bravo star, who will debut her Ramona Singer HSN jewelry line on the network September 20 from 3-5 P.M.

"She isn't leaving totally," Singer tells Us. "We are intertwined in a sense. She proved to Bravo you don't have to have table-flipping to get ratings."

After a tension-packed third season, Singer says she's looking forward to "no drama" this time around.

"I just hope Kelly [Killoren Bensimon] doesn't have a worse breakdown on this show like she did last season," she says.

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Bethenny Chats With Access Hollywood At US Magazine Party

Tim Gunn Calls The Salahis "Sociopaths" And They Respond

Luann At Davidelfin Show

LuAnn attends the Davidelfin Spring 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Studio at Lincoln Center in New York City.


Photos: Life

LuAnn And Rob Shuter

Picture from LuAnn.

With Rob Shuter of Popeater

Ramona Dishes About The RHONY, Jewelry And Decorating

Robin Leach Wishes Danielle The Best With Her New Show

Post from Hollywood Life.

By: Chloe Melas
BFFs, after Danielle revealed to that she was going to be the next “Robin Leach” we thought we’d ask the British TV host himself what he thought — and let’s say it was more than just “champagne wishes!”
Photo: Getty Images

Danielle Staub, 48, needs to listen up, because the expert on Hollywood’s most elite, Robin Leach, 69, wants to give her a couple of pointers before she starts her new gig as the host of Social, a new TV show on WealthTV! Danielle explained the show to Sept. 13, and revealed it will be very similar to Robin’s hit show, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, which aired for 10 years. The reality vixen even told us she would be the next “Robin Leach,” but the man of “caviar dreams” chuckled as he told he’s “irreplaceable.”
“I’ve been copied and imitated and impersonated since I first went on TV in 1980,” he says. “I’ve been on TV for three decades so no one is going to kick me to the curb, but I will admit Danielle looks better, poses better, and photographs better than me.”

But if Danielle can shell out the dough, Robin says he’ll teach her a thing or two about the rich & famous before she begins her new adventure.
“Maybe this will bring her elegance, good manners and class to her act,” Robin laughs. “I would offer to give her lessons, but it depends on how much money.”

It turns out WealthTV actually approached Robin for a similar type of show years ago, but he turned it down.
“When they first started they came to me to buy all of the old shows and they wanted to do a new series but there wasn’t enough money,” he says. “All I can do is wish her luck … I hope they have enough money to travel the world!”

But Robin points out that even though Danielle says her show will have a twist, it’s not really a twist at all.

“The joke is they are going to do it differently and mingle with the billionaires,” he says. “What do you think we did for 14 years? We went to their parties, and their charities … so what’s new pussycat?”

Either way, Robin wishes Danielle the best and wants you to know he’ll be back next year!

“I’ll give you a hint,” he says. “It will be 30 years since Lifestyles first began.”

Kelly With Rebecca Minkoff

Picture from Kelly.

With designer rebecca minkoff

The Salahis Turn Real Housewives Viewers Off

Post from Perez Hilton.

We hate to say it, but it's probably for the best!

These two don't need any more attention than they already have!

Photo: Andrew Thayer

Bravo has apparently had enough of Tareq and Michaele Salahi's delusional levels of crazy, and according to insiders, will not be inviting the couple back for the second season of The Real Housewives of D.C.!

Sources explain:
"The DC show is the only show in the entire franchise that isn't a true hit. And the Salahi's are the biggest reason for that. At first, execs thought they struck gold with all the attention the couple got over the White House dinner. But now they realize not all press is good press and this couple's involvement in the show has turned more viewers off than on."

Apparently, the tipping point for Bravo came when the Salahi's attempted to blame them for banning them from speaking about the White House gatecrashing incident, which has been vehemently denied by the network in a statement released yesterday.

They also allegedly refused to attend the Housewives of D.C. launch party, and then hosted a competing party the same night!

WTF is wrong with these people?

A fellow castmate reveals:
"At this point, they are an embarrassment to the 'Housewife' franchise. They are a loose cannon. Now, Michaele has revealed she has multiple sclerosis; next she'll be announcing she is pregnant with triplets to get attention."
Unreal. We truly hope that her announcement regarding the disease yesterday is not fabricated. Anyone who would lie about having something as serious as multiple sclerosis just for press is seriously deranged.

We have a sinking feeling that these two are going to be caught in a lot more lies soon enough.

The Salahis Have Not Been Exonerated In The White House Incident

Article from Radar Online.

A federal grand jury investigating White House 'gatecrashers' Tareq and Michaele Salahi has twice interviewed their former publicist, has learned.

"I was very close to this situation," Mahogany Jones told in an exclusive interview.
"I've appeared in front of the grand jury (but) I can't say too much about it."
While criminal charges against the pair still have not been ruled out, the Salahis laywer, Lisa Bloom, recently told CNN the couple "are innocent" of crashing the White House.
The Salahis "were not on one list, but they were on two other lists", she added.

The Salahis are also behind a new book by journalist Diane Dimond to tell "the never before revealed details of what happened before, during and after" their November 2009 'crashing' at the Obama administration's first state dinner.
To the embarrassment of the Secret Service, the Salahis shook hands with President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, without having a formal invitation.

Jones, who was hired by the Salahis in 2009 after the couple was cast on Bravo's Real Housewives of D.C., refused to be interviewed for Dimond's tell-all; but in her first in-depth interview, the public relations advisor told the notorious socialites could face further legal ramifications.

"That's what they're portraying it to be, that they're exonerated," Jones said. "That's the whole falsehood."

She added, "From my perspective -- and I'm not legal counsel or anything like that -- [but] I believe there will be some action."
Jones resigned in May because her former clients were "rogue" and "completely uncontrollable."

While she wouldn't elaborate on what she told the jury under oath, Jones recounted for the first time, how Tareq and Michaele told a television producer President Obama "personally invited" them to his first state dinner.
She said a producer of the D.C. franchise enquired about seeking media credentials for the event.

"According to them, they were told by the Salahis that they were personally invited by the Obamas to go to this dinner," Jones told
"That was odd to me, if you're calling asking me to assist in trying to get you attendance to the dinner and then someone else tells me they're already invited.

"Knowing the Salahis and their ways, a lie, or two lies, is not unreasonable for them."
Despite that claim, Jones recalled how the Salahis asked her to put them in contact with top Pentagon official Michelle S. Jones, a special assistant to the Secretary of Defense, in a bid to have them invited to President Obama's first state dinner.
Jones recalled, "Tareq had called me and said to me, 'We're trying to get in touch with Michelle Jones, is there anything that you can do to help us get in contact with her?'
"I told Tareq, 'There's nothing I can do to connect you all.'
"In my view, by the Salahis asking me, they didn't have an invitation. But I knew they were resourceful people."

Michelle Jones, who serves as the Pentagon's White House liaison, has flatly denied she promised the pair admittance.
E-mails between the Salahis and Michelle Jones indicate the official was trying to get them in to the White House event, but did not succeed.
In the last email from Jones, sent at 8:46 a.m., Nov. 24, she said she still had not gotten them tickets.

Yet in an email sent at 1:03 a.m., Nov. 25, the Salahis wrote that they did not get that phone message from Jones because their "cell phone battery died early this evening while we were in D.C. from our country home."

They wrote, "We ended up going to the gate to check in at 6:30 p.m. to just check, in case it got approved, since we didn't know, and our name was indeed on the list!"
The Salahis former staffer told, "That was odd to me because why would they need assistance from Michelle Jones when they supposedly had other connections within the White House.

"Those types of questions have come into my mind, but I didn't question it at the time."

Jones said the couple "are completely manipulative", and suggested their bold behavior was a ploy to attract attention for the Bravo program.

"I wouldn't put it passed them," Jones said.
"It's like Balloon Boy... I guess in their mind, this thing would have been the biggest thing on the show and would have brought ratings and everything."
"They're completely savvy about getting what they want or making people see them as they want them to be seen; they'll do things or say things so they can get their way and I think that's how they've gone through life."
Bloom, attorney for the Salahis, has said Jones is bad-mouthing the couple because she hasn't been paid for her services.
Of that claim, Jones told, "I'm not the only one who they owe money to... I need to stand in line."

Kelly At Avenue Magazine Shoot

Pic. from Kelly.

Being shot for Avenue magazine

Ramona Appears on PIX