The fine folks over at Logo know they’ve got something buzzy and good in The A-List, the gay version of The Real Housewives franchise. Just look: In addition to the “supertrailer” that hit a couple weeks back, they’ve released yet another clip from the premiere episode of the super-bitchy reality show to whet your appetite. And it’s a doozy! Full of catty, nasty gays calling each other “girl” and scoping out the boyfriends of their competition. Typical. But also, yes, it’s delicious and totally watchable. The thing to take note of from this clip is of the show’s sure-to-be-breakout star Rodiney. In case you can’t tell who he is amongst all the pretty, similar-looking gays on the show, he’s the one who’s dating former Amazing Race star (and Lance Bass ex) Reichen Lehmkuhl (although he doesn’t even appear in this clip). Rodiney isn’t one of the five “full” cast members on the show, but he’s certainly the most memorable — mostly because he speaks in the most endearing, accented, and broken English (with subtitles usually!) you’ve ever heard in your life. “First time I met Austin,” he says in a little vignette interview during the clip, “he didn’t came to me to introduce his self. He was smelling me. Like weird.” That doesn’t even do it justice — just watch and see for yourself:
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The next time my favorite character—admittedly not a stiff competition—feels the urge to jump across the table and smack Tareq upside the head I just assume he go for it. The episode opened with the slurry conclusion of the Salahi feast. Tareq huffed and puffed about the supposed theft of his $90,000 car (dude totally parked it in Sparkle’s barn) and his assortment of polo mallets. Never fear the FBI is on the case and they have been “monzerrrrring” Lolly for months, according to Tareq. Michaele smiled brightly while swearing the whole situation was very devastating. Think about the charities! Mary sat there dumbfounded, tears streaming down her face. Stacie and Jason tried to knock some sense into the Salahis’ conjoined heads.”I’m wiz you Jazon,” slurred Tareq. Jason, who probably needed a glass of water himself by this point in the evening, looked ready to blow up. “No you’re not with me because you don’t have a daughter,” he said. “If anybody was talking about my daughter I’d be over top of this table on your ass so quick.” Do it!
After two seasons of sex tapes, table-flipping, and hair extension-related lawsuits, The Real Housewives of New Jersey will continue on without the show’s self-proclaimed villain, Danielle Staub. But don’t worry, she’ll be back before you know it…with her own reality show! Staub recently spoke with EW about her decision not to return to RHONJ, the closure (or lack thereof) she experienced with the ladies during the two-part reunion special, and how she plans to remain in the public eye.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Bravo recently announced that you are not returning for season 3 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Who’s decision was that? How did it come about?
DANIELLE STAUB: Well, I knew going into the reunion that I had really no reason to return. I had finished my memoir, my book was out, I’m hitting my marks, and I’m moving on and trying to move up. I don’t think there was anything left. Do I stay on a show where people really hate me? Where I don’t even think they know why? I think that it just became a really big mean girls circle, and it was time for me to say, “I respect myself too much for this.” And not just me — my family, my loved ones. People that care about me were like, “Please do not go back,” because they’re scared for me. It’s scary! I mean, think about it: If you saw your mother, or your loved one, or your best friend being treated like that and you couldn’t do anything about it? And then you worry for them until they get back home from taping an episode. I mean, it’s time for me to go. READ FULL STORY »
wouldn’t be returning for a Season 3. A) How uncomfortable did Jacqueline look as Danielle continued to hang onto her shoulders murmuring that she was sorry and that she loved her and that it was done and that she was sorry and that she loved her and that it was done and that she was sorry and that….. and B) Will anyone seriously miss the cooked-up drama Danielle brought over the last two seasons? The show is in serious need for some new faces and sorry, Kim G. and Kim S., your mugs don’t cut it.Ding dong, the wicked witch…needs to get herself a job. After last night’s woefully awkward hug-it-out session on the New Jersey Housewives Reunion Part 279 couch, Bravo announced that Danielle Staub
Now that Bravo has kicked Danielle to the curb wished Danielle good luck on her singing/clothes designing/stage mothering future ventures, what other Housewives need to similarly take a hike? READ FULL STORY »
What did you ever give me this season Real Housewives of New Jersey, except for agita? A scarring mental image of Kim G. on the stripper pole? An unwanted look at Danielle’s square breast? An explanation of the ham game? After a cringe-worthy season that was definitely not short on drama, we had one of the most explosive reunion episodes in Housewives history last week. But could anything top pushing Andy Cohen?
Danielle Staub rode off into the sunset last night, headed for a future of pole dancing work out DVDs and international fame on the gay club circuit thanks to the “Real Close (Dance Remix).” On Monday, Bravo officially confirmed that Staub will not be returning for season three, so last night’s final moments are presumably the last the women will share together (on camera). Were hugs and tears part of the ending you were hoping for? Here are the most confusing moments from the conclusion of last night’s exhaustive yet entertaining reunion: READ FULL STORY »
I can’t yet tell who is more diabolical: Michaele or Tareq. Michaele loves squeaks! loves giggle! everybody, but there are sharp wheels turning behind her scary shining eyes. She will cut a bitch with her clavicle. Tareq strikes me as having serious anger management issues. I thought his Cosby-era sweater would explode in a rage as Cat continued to needle away at him at the Salahis’ Great Grape Stomp sponsored by the American Polo Club brought to you by Oasis wines pending litigation in two Virginia Counties brought by their lawyer who is currently working on a restraining order against Tareq’s mother who may have been the one to call Secret Service on their asses when they snuck into the Congressional Black Caucus dinner.
Oh Adam, where have you been all my D.C. Season 1? It turns out Stacie’s brother-in-law is a rapper with a #1 single in Paris and that guy is adorable. I could have done with more close-up shots of his wiry biceps than of Michaele’s Brazilian blown-out straw tresses slapping back and forth as she boogied akimbo at his concert. And I’m all full up on scenes of Tareq sweating in a black T-shirt. And scenes of him talking nonsense about the legs and arches of wine. And scenes of him bloviating about his wife’s hearty appetite. And scenes of him.
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