The reality star Kim Zolciak-Biermann is biting back after her bare-faced photo received negative comments about her filler-enhanced lips.
Long before they were married, Richard Wakile of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" just happened to have an empty seat next to him on the plane for Kathy.
People took issue with the original name of the show, "Real Men Watch Bravo."
In a video, Gunvalson said, “Plastic surgery is not fun. But to me, I look at it as painting your house. If you’ve got to do it, you do it."
The “Real Housewives” personality set a bad example for the rest of us. Safely dealing with a genuine food allergy isn’t as simple as just popping a Benadryl.
Porsha Williams of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" has an extensive collection of wigs. Find out how she maintains her collection of over 40 wigs.
The "Mad Men" actress loves reality TV so much that she wanted to have her birthday party at Vanderpump Rules restaurant Pump earlier this year. They didn't return her phone calls, so she channeled her inner Julia Roberts from "Pretty Woman" and went there to let them know that it was a big mistake. Huge.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" personality is speaking out about the heckling incident that got her fired from The Great Xscape tour.
'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' star admits via Facebook that she 'made a mistake' and 'should have known better.'
Reality star Tamra Judge, 49, shares a selfie to show people what melanoma looks like and encourage them to get their skin checked.
Many mothers are concerned that the shoes, called Pee Wee Pumps — and the boudoir scenes in which they’re showcased — contribute to the sexualization of babies.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) is pretty much like the Oscars of fashion . So when CFDA award nominees Ryan Roche , Ovadia & Sons’ Ariel & Shimon Ovadia, and Rosie Assoulin offered to talk to Yahoo Style about their latest projects for this week’s episode ofUnbuttoned , we listened. (And so should you!) Together, the four fashion designers tell editor in chief Joe Zee what it feels like to have celebrities wear their clothes, how they’ve made a mark in the industry, and why listening to your instinct is crucial for creativity.