Thank goodness that the “Real Housewives of New York City” star is now sober.
Bethenny Frankel is mourning ex-boyfriend Dennis Shields after he died on Friday due to an apparent overdose.
“Rest In Peace,” Bethenny wrote. She said the businessman, whom she knew for 30 years, gave her “endless unconditional love.”
Holmes' mom and former 'RHONJ' co-star, Jacqueline Laurita, showered the newlyweds with love after they tied the knot on Wednesday.
A source confirms that Teresa Giudice's husband and "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star, Joe Giudice, is "in deportation proceedings in immigration court."
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star apologizes and clarifies comments she made on Sunday's show, including that racism “wasn't f***ing all that real.” However, she also blames editing and social media.
"Real Housewives of New York City" star Luann de Lesseps showed us just how well her new life is going in a video featuring her glowing and breaking into a happy dance, all while wearing a bikini.
Luann de Lesseps is the latest woman to come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Russell Simmons, reportedly accusing the music mogul of groping her in an elevator — an accusation which Simmons has denie
As filming for Season 13 of 'Real Housewives of Orange County' begins, the friendship between Kelly Dodd and Vicki Gunvalson seems to be crumbling.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend never stop making us laugh. On Thursday, the lovebirds took to Snapchat to dissect The Real Housewives franchise under the guise of the app’s police officer filter. “John and I are starting to think that some of the Real Housewives situations are just for the show,” Chrissy tells the camera in one of the clips from her latest Snapchat segment.
The king of Bravo, Andy Cohen, helped out Amy Schumer during her Inside Amy Schumer finale. They turned what could’ve been a boring clip recap into a Real Housewives reunion parody. Every member of the cast turned out and portrayed over exaggerated versions of Real Housewives characters.
"Odd Mom Out," a new sitcom premiering Monday night, is one of Bravo’s rare scripted shows, in this case a sitcom about a Manhattan, Upper East Side woman (show creator Jill Kargman) and her privileged travails as a posh wife and mother. Based on Kargman’s 2007 book "Momzillas," the show feels familiar yet comfy.