If you’re a lover of most things Bravo, then you’ve probably seen the promo clips for episode three of “Double Exposure,” in which someone named Lindsay is really, really late for a photo shoot with celebrity photography duo Markus Klinko and Indrani. Put the name and the fact that it’s a late celebrity together and it’s not hard to deduce that the episode is about Lindsay Lohan. After all, Lindz is notoriously known for being late. How many days did it take her to show up for a court hearing in Los Angeles after getting “stuck” in Cannes last month? Keep reading »
I always assumed that if you got all of Bravo’s stars—Rachel Zoe, Padma Lakshmi, Kathy Griffin, Andy Cohen, and Real Housewives from assorted cities—together in one room, the world would implode and we’d all find ourselves in a sideways reality. But apparently, it’s not true, as proved in this promo for the network starring all of them dancing together by a rooftop pool. Cute, no? After the jump, some funny behind-the-scenes clips. Keep reading »
Want to brand yourself into a product sensation? First, you must cause some excitement, like flipping a table, on “The Real Housewives.” Then, you absolutely must “write” a book. Teresa Giudice of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” has followed the path of her fellow Bravo cast members with the release of Skinny Italian: Eat It and Enjoy It Live La Bella Vita and Look Great, Too! This cookbook features healthier and authentic recipes of classic Italian cuisine. [NYC, 5/17/10] Keep reading »
Ever since “Kell on Earth” went off the air, there’s a major void in our life on the nights that used to be filled with Andrew’s outfits, Skinner’s freak-outs, and the powerful Kelly Cutrone. Currently, Bravo’s deciding if they want to renew the reality show, as if there’s even a question of its popularity. In the meantime, Kelly decided that she really doesn’t need a network, and created her very own YouTube channel called KellyCutroneTV. So far, there are only four videos posted — one about Andrew’s $2,000 Rodarte purchase, an interview from Ava, a true-or-false game with Skinner, and a random sing-along from Kelly to “Betty Davis Eyes.” Every single video includes massive sunglasses and the dry humor that we all desperately miss from “Kell on Earth.” Whether this is a way to satiate our People’s Revolution cravings until a second season airs or these videos turn into a regular TV-like show, we’re pleased that the entertaining characters are back in our lives. [Styleite] Keep reading »
“There’s a virtual party going on right here, a celebration to last throughout the years. So bring your TV smarts and your laughter too. And Bravo’s gonna celebrate this party with you. C’mon now!” That’s enough Kool and the Gang, but what I’m alluding to is the new Bravo Talk Bubble, a site that hosts a virtual viewing party during some of the network’s popular shows, like “The Real Housewives of New York City” and “Top Chef.” You can log into Twitter and other social media outlets to vent your frustration at the Countess or tell Jill to get over her issues with Bethenny.
WIN THIS! One lucky winner will be able to get their Bravo fix even when they’re not in front of a TV or computer screen. We’re giving away a Kindle from Bravo. You’ll be able to read your favorite Bravo cast members’ books, like Jill Zarin’s Secrets of a Jewish Mother: Real Advice, Real Stories, Real Love, while on the go. This way you’ll never miss a Bravo moment. But you have to work if you want it. In the comments, tell us what would be the first book you’d download and why by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, April 8. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner on Friday, April 9. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. Good luck!
Keep reading »
We loved “The Real Housewives of New York.” Well, until they got eclipsed by the ladies of New Jersey and Atlanta. (Orange County, who?) So what’s the best way to stir up some new drama in New York City? Fresh meat! As rumors swirl that Bethenny Frankel is leaving to mix her Skinny Girl Margaritas on a solo show, Bravo is bringing in two new housewives to round out the cast. Read all about these two ladies, after the jump. P.S. No stripper/drug/murder scandals uncovered. As of yet. Keep reading »
Daniel Vosovic, “Project Runway” season 2 runner-up and “All-Stars” winner, tells NYMag.com’s “The Cut” that being on “PR” again was a “mind f**k.” He goes on to explain, “It felt like a weird summer camp. Four years later everything was the same — same stage, same crappy lights, Heidi’s pregnant again. It’s like I had never left.” That may be true of the “All-Stars” reunion (which aired last week) — which brought together some of the show’s biggest personalities and best designers — but the new season of “PR” is rapidly proving it’s not the same fabulous, edgy, and fashion-forward show now that it lives on Lifetime.
I’m just gonna say it. “Project Runway” — you’re OUT. Here are five reasons why. Keep reading »
Parting is such sweet sorrow. Or is it? Last night, we said goodbye to the Manhattan prepsters in the season finale of “NYC Prep.”
What have learned over the past few months from watching New York’s real “elite” private school kids? They dress really well, their lives aren’t as interesting as “Gossip Girl” (but they want them to be), and they like to air kiss a lot. While the show did make a mockery of the prep-school scene at first (and, boy, were school administrators unhappy), it managed to reveal some redeeming qualities. At times, these teenager portraits rang true, especially when it came to awkward, trying-to-be-cool conversation (Taylor), sky-high goals (Camille, Jessie), and the ups and downs of friendship (PC). Keep reading »
Oh, how time flies! Can you believe the season is almost over?! I know, I didn’t realize it either, but apparently last night’s episode was the penultimate of “NYC Prep,” with the finale just next week. As for another season of “NYC Prep,” things aren’t looking too good considering the low ratings and defensive attitude from Manhattan schools.
Perhaps I was so shocked to realize there was so little time left because this episode was a real bore: Producers continue to put Camille in awkward situations, including her trip to Harvard; Sebastian tosses his hair around; and PC continues to be a hopelessly lost boy. Keep reading »
When Fashion Week rolls around in New York, it turns out that the flashy events aren’t just an opportunity to show off wealth and seem cool—instead, it’s during this time that the prepsters grapple with the idea of “image,” and as a result, some of the kids end up showing their true colors. For Kelli and Jessie, this turns out to be a good thing, landing them on top of the moral spectrum. For PC, however, it only reveals how false the veneer of his image is, and how confused he is by it.
Keep reading »