In Real Housewives of Cheshire news Dawn Ward was in court yesterday defending against a criminal charge that she assaulted the 80s singer Sinitta. The case continues in June. This article also revealed that Dawn put her mansion up for sale in September.
Absolutely agree - it's fan fiction. LVP will not succumb to the likes of anyone.
How does Kyle not comprehend that her undying loyalty to the Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick is not going to inspire joy in LVP? And let's be frank: the reason Kyle didn't want LVP flipping through her phone is because she's talking crap about LVP via text.
Yolanda hasn't walked in 9 months? Give me a [!@#$%^&*] break...oh and then she hasn't been to the beach in a year? She can't keep her story straight within the same scene! She's a bad actress with her mock shock about Anwar and Bella.
I loved Erika's house. Pasadena is an old money, old school, California classic with beautiful mature trees and lush landscaping. It's got so much more character than Beverly Hills and Erika lives beautifully. And she can sing classically.
Eileen and Vince's scene was very boring and very staged. Eileen is a talented actress, she made that scene WORK...Vince, on the other hand, is about as believable as a faked orgasm.
Lips backtracked like a MACK truck...Yolanda was working Lips hard and Lips cracked like a piñata. Yolanda pretending she doesn't know about Munchausen disease? Give me a [!@#$%^&*] break. Lips shouldn't feel guilty. Yolanda is a walking contradiction.
Kathryn had a good line with "I'm doing Halloween where all the sluts get a day pass"...but boy do I see the age difference between her and Donnie. He is incredibly polite. Kathryn isn't wrong about Faye and Kyle spluttered like an old car when confronted. Kyle really is an unskilled debater and all she can do is whine like a highschool bitch and demand that LVP side with her - which LVP wisely sidestepped.
Erika's reaction to Kathryn telling her not to use the C word was hilarious. She is unflappable.
Stephanie. That tacky, stupid, disgusting bitch can't win. She just CANNOT. She is just filthy and she IS a slag. There's no standing up for herself and defending herself - she's every insult in the book.
Darren Day is another one who shouldn't win. He's too boring.
I'd really be fine with Scotty T, John, Danniella or Tiffany winning - though I'm rooting for Tiffany most.
So Stephanie's call with her father. It's good that he lied to her. She would have likely killed herself otherwise and blood would be hell to get out of the BB House carpets...but if he was being sincere then no wonder she's such an awful person. She has done very little to be proud of. She's been disgusting.Thank goodness Jeremy is gone. Saying to Stephanie "What's not to be proud of?!" Oh I don't know...how about dry humping some random Irishman while you have a boyfriend? Being a slag? Being a psycho brat? Finishing up while Tiffany tends to her weave? Jeremy basically ran out of the house, he couldn't get away from her fast enough.
I enjoy how old school East End London Danniella was about Stephanie. She's right, she deserves every boo she gets and more. She's right that Stephanie is out to mug her again.
Scotty T is so interestingly mature and moral.
Tiffany's Diary Room triumph monologue was hilarious.
It has taken me a lot of time to gather my thoughts about this last episode and the season as a whole.
Kyle: despite my sympathy for Kyle stemming from her coming from a truly messed up family (Big Kathy seems evil the more I've seen of the Hilton/Richards sisters) I cannot like Kyle because she's a high school bitch and isn't going to change. Her praise of Faye (a shady ho I enjoy greatly for the basic premise that she is what she is and doesn't bother to hide it) while she baits LVP about Anwar and Bella is ugly.
Eileen has lost me a bit this season. She's too overly sensitive and isn't enough of a big girl to own the fact that she and Vince were both married to other people, had an affair, dumped their spouses and lived happily ever after. She will always be judged for it. And whether she likes it or not it's something that is very easily judged because it was a selfish act. It's not to say people should judge her, none of us is pure, but Eileen should not be surprised that she is judged. And she needs to get over it.
Erika: enjoyable. She is similar to LVP in that she only lets us see what she allows us to see. And frankly that's smart. It shows that Erika has control over herself and her ego. She is dry and witty and reminds me of a character Morgan Fairchild would play in a 90s sitcom like Cybill. She seems to be a tough, intelligent woman whose loyal. And she's unapologetic which can be pretty winning in the right hands.
Lips is undergoing classic Season 2 syndrome. She's playing to the camera and what she thinks the audience wants to see and then backtracking when the heat gets turned up and ends up being one huge contradiction. I still enjoy Lips and think she's a very good addition to the cast. But she's clearly grasping to manufacture storyline at times and that's a shame because the scenes I have enjoyed Lips the most this season were those involving telephone calls to her parents and working at QVC - her real life.
Yolanda is, in my alleged opinion, a filthy liar. She is a nobody who is incredibly bitter about her irrelevance and always being someone's arm candy and I feel she has manufactured much of this illness and followed every quack she could spend David Fosters money on. She is the one who brought her kids and their health into this mess, not anyone else. There are so many rumours about Lyme and who does and doesn't have what and Yolanda's non-answers and unscientific claims ring hollow.
Kathryn: we really don't have a lot of information on Kathryn other than she did not evicerate Faye Resnick in a way I can respect. Someone brilliant on Tamara Tattles said she reminds them of Aviva with a splash of Knots Landing era Michelle Phillips - bang on.
LVP...I am ride or die for this lady. Everyone who has a problem with LVP over the years fails to recognize the recurring theme of LVP: she isn't going to change. It's like all the women who've disliked her want her to be like them (the Hamptons dinner party featuring Kyle demanding LVP offer up what keeps her awake at night like they all do is an example) but LVP doesn't play that game. She doesn't need to. And that irks some of them (Yolanda) who have to bend because they aren't in positions of power like she is. LVP is a basically nice person with a sharp tongue and a very good sense of humour who doesn't tolerate disloyalty. And she's the one in control and doesn't kid anyone otherwise: that's another thing several of the cast don't seem to like: that they aren't in control with her. It all comes back to my first conclusion: LVP isn't changing. She's never pretended otherwise. Why these women fight that is beyond me.
I have to admit I enjoyed Jeremy's eviction a lot. Maybe more than I should have. And it's all down to Stephanie's hysterical reaction: she was unhinged.
When Jeremy was having his exit interview with Emma he backtracked a hundred miles about the future of him and Stephanie. I think he's well aware of what a nut job she is and how, basically, it's doomed and not really going to happen.
Stephanie is like a less promising and less well connected Lindsay Lohan. She's the author of her own destruction. The reason Danniella's comment about her never working again bothered her so greatly is because she knows it's probably true and that she's gutted her own life.
It it is crushing me that they've only got a week left in the house because this season has been amazing and so much fun to watch and comment on.
Loved this last episode with Gillian McKeith (who is, in my view, quite nutty!) but she worked well with being a catalyst for change in the house.
Scotty T keeps impressing me with how logical and old soul he is. When he was speaking to Jeremy and Jeremy said he loves Stephanie, Scotty immediately shot back "Or are you in love with the idea?"...which is precisely what's going on. He's a wise one.
"You know what John I've noted you've stacked on a bit of pudding - round your middle, round your bum...not on your face...you've lost weight on your face but you've cracked it on round the middle and on your ass...it don't suit ya" - Gemma on John.
That was HILARIOUS. Oh my goodness CBBUK this season has brought me nearly to tears with laughter with some of these challenges. Between Tiffany's Rumour Challenge to John's Insult Challenge...absolutely brilliant.
Stephanie and Jeremy - yawn. She should be ashamed of herself. Cheap slapper.
See ya Christopher. He flew under the radar, while puking constantly, for a good long while.
YES! Good lord, when Kyle pretends to be stupid so that someone has to repeat themselves and keep an issue alive - and this isn't the first time she's done this - it irritates me to no end.
The Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick really didn't impress me. She knows what she wrote about Kathryn and she knows how full of crap she is and what a rancid bitch she was 20 years ago.
Lips is being messy as hell, but I still like watching her because she makes her scenes happen.
I am really enjoying Erika's commentary. She is sarcastic and dry and has a sense of humour about herself.
I'm two episodes in and the biggest take away I have for the show is how dated and tired Karen's kitchen is, how her whole house is. Considering she's the wife of the "Black Bill Gates" of such an esteemed family, I expect better interior design.