Endnotes: Carole Radziwill Shit Talks Everything Real Housewives of New York City and More
It sounds like Carole Radziwill is still harboring just a bit of resentment toward Andy Cohen, Bethenny Frankel, the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City and Bravo.
The former RHONY star stopped by Jenny McCarthy‘s SiriusXM radio show Tuesday to chat mostly about her participation in A&E’s documentary, Biography: JFK Jr. The Final Year, but talk also turned toward RHONY.
“I’m glad it’s over,” Carole said of her six-year run on the series. “You know, I still am close to Dorinda [Medley]. Actually, she came to the screening of the documentary with me last week. She’s really awesome. I mean, she’s really a great woman and so smart and clever and such a good girlfriend. She did not scream Jovani, she did not wear Jovani, there was no Jovani in the house.”
Of her once seemingly tight-knit relationship with Tinsley Mortimer — which Bethenny Frankel referenced numerous times during her fallout with Carole — Carole made it seem as though the two were never close friends.
“I know it seemed that way, but Tinsley and I weren’t really clicking,” she told Jenny. “We really weren’t. We were on the show together. No one wanted to film with her that much. I had fixed her up with this guy I knew (Scott), so it seemed like an easy way to do scenes together. And we filmed a lot together, but a lot of it was, ‘Oh, you’re gonna stay in Tinsley’s room,’ when the producers would divvy up rooms, and I was like, ‘Okay, but that’s not really what I would do. I would normally go to The Hamptons, and I would stay at Bethenny’s house. It’s weird that I’d stay at Tinsley’s.’ And Bethenny knew that.”
“There was no clicking,” Carole continued. “And after filming, I never spoke with Tinsely, and I haven’t seen her or talked to her in years — a year, two years, probably a year-and-a-half ago. We weren’t clicking. That was one of the storylines [Bethenny] was totally faking.”
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Michael Sheen, 50, impregnated his 25-year-old girlfriend of four months. Because, why not? — Celebitchy
Nick Robinson of Love, Simon fame will be making his Broadway debut in 2019, stepping into the role of Jem Finch in the acclaimed revival of To Kill a Mockingbird. — Boy Culture
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What’s more fun than a drag queen getting her nails did? A drag queen name Meatball getting her nails done with Michael Henry of course. — OMG BLOG
Jay and Silent Bob dropped their trailer today too.
They’re back. Kevin Smith on Thursday dropped the first trailer for the upcoming Jay and Silent Bob reboot.
The iconic stoner duo (Jason Mewes plays Jay) are appearing at San Diego Comic-Con, but Smith (director and star) said he did not want to make fans wait to see the first preview of the film.
The guy who created the Area 51 page as a joke, is terrified of what he’s created.
It’s all fun and games until you accidentally incite a giant mob to raid a top-secret military base.
The internet has been buzzing with excitement about a Facebook event entitled, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” with 1.6 million people having clicked “Going” and another 1.2 million have indicated they’re “Interested” on the event page.
Hitherto cloaked in mystery, the man behind the legend has stepped forward.
On June 27, Matty Roberts, who lives in California, created the Facebook page as a joke, not realizing that millions would rally behind his battle cry to “see them aliens” at the Air Force facility in Nevada.
Most, but not all, knew the desert congregation scheduled for September 20 was in jest, as the page included instructions such as “If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.” (For the uninitiated, “naruto run” is a reference to a type of running in a popular anime show.)
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