When I first saw the trailer for Bravo's new docu-series, "Miss Advised," a reality show about three single love and dating experts, I wondered: How can these beautiful, successful women still be single?
'The Bachelorette' has officially done what I thought no 'Bachelor' season could ever do. I really like a contestant. Kill me now. Honestly, Emily Maynard is really, really likable. She is NORMAL and honest and funny and sweet and (dare I say it) sincere! So WHY is she on this show where all these bozos compete for her?
I think we've started taking divorce a lil' too casually. Sure, we shouldn't stigmatize divorcees, but we could stop being so cute about our ending marriages. Things like divorce parties, divorce rings, ring caskets and ex-wife shaped urinal cakes (patent pending) sort of make a mockery of the institution of marriage, and the estimable Irish practice of just dealing with something until you die.
This season of The Bachelorette has taken a couple episodes to really get going, but I gotta admit, tonight I felt that old familiar feeling of being completely sucked into the show whether I wanna be or not. I mean, I was already a huge Emily Maynard fan before she handed out her very first rose, but after tonight's episode? Yeah -- I'm really lovin' this gal.
They're baaaack! "Sister Wives" has returned at last, with Season #3 appropriately premiering on Mother's Day, and you know what that means ... more of everybody's favorite Polygamist with a Peter Pan Complex, Kody Brown!
We've had a glimpse into the lives of Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom thanks to their show 'Khloe & Lamar,' and they seem like a really committed couple. But, the two have recently opted to step away from the reality spotlight while they get their personal lives back on track.
We saw it first with Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, then again with Britney Spears and Kevin Federline, and most recently, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. Will Kevin and Danielle Jonas be the next in this string of celebrity couples to fall victim to the reality show curse?
What's the deal, Khloe and Lamar? The reality TV couple has given the ax to their own show on E!, Khloe & Lamar, according to TMZ. The second season—which is currently airing—will be the last insider glimpse we get of this Kardashian sister and her basketball hubby's marriage.
If last night's season premiere of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" taught us anything it's that the more things change the more they stay the same. Season four picked up exactly where season three ended: With Caroline Manzo, Melissa Gorga, Kathy Wakile and pretty much everybody else hating on Teresa Giudice.
We loved Lauren Conrad and watching the drama of her life unfold each week on Laguna Beach and The Hills, but we must say, the grownup Conrad impresses us even more these days.
Bethenny Frankel bends to keep her marriage hot and spicy. And by bend, we mean strikes a yoga pose with her husband, Jason Hoppy.
In the end, Courtney Robertson beat out 24 other women for Ben Flajnik's love ... and one big engagement ring!
Ben Flajnik is clearly not using his head (at least not the one that houses the brain). Had he been, he might have made a different choice a long time ago. Flajnik chose Courtney, the model everyone loved to hate. She is gorgeous, sexy, wild, and strange. And clearly she loves him. But why? We may never know the answer.
After watching her tumultuous adventures on in Seaside Heights, Miami and Italy, Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi is in love, engaged, and on the track to being a mom!
Last week, we leaned that Jersey Shore star Snooki is reportedly pregnant with her first child. Now, according to People, her beau of over a year and soon-to-be baby daddy, Jionni LaValle, has decided to make an honest woman of the bronzed star and popped the question!
Ice-T's wife Coco has been off the market for 11 years, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have her fair share of suitors – even supernatural ones.
It is no secret that black women today are on the receiving end of a full on media assault. We see this in the way we are depicted in popular culture, in movies, television, music and blogs. We are portrayed as undesirable, uneducated, unfit and uncouth. Despite the fact that these depictions are categorically false and preposterous as evidenced in our real day to day lives, the media is all too happy to continue to spew this caricature of us.