Plastic surgery, lies, cheating, hair pulling, prostitution, and table flipping… are you getting the idea yet? You are right girls and boys, I am talking about THE Real Housewives. This tell-all reality show began with Orange County Gates community women who transformed reality show life, as we know it. Coto De Caza and the women that surround the town entertain themselves with tennis to horseback riding and so much more. From the originally fabulous Kimberly Bryant, Jo De La Rosa, Lauri Waring, Jeana Keough, and Vicki Gunvalson these women have changed the world of reality. In this tell all book writers and directors give an in-depth look into the lives and troubles of each woman. These women gab about face lifts, their children, love hexagons, boob jobs, and weddings. Yet this isn’t all that there is, so much more is divulged in this book.
As we progress to The Real Housewives of New York, these women fight with their claws out. Shall I make the introductions? Meet Jill Zarin, the New York native that has it all and knows everyone that needs to be known. She is a connection for EVERYONE. Ramona Singer anyone? She is the queen of opinions and always the instigator – many times she is referred to as Ra-mean-a- with no filter. My personal favorite is Bethenny Frankel who has many different careers in life from being the Hiltons’ nanny, to a pashmina importer (to the right and famous), to representing Skinnygirl books/ margarita mix, and so much more. Kelly Killoren Bensimon a non- New York native- a model and ex wife to Giles Bensimon and the token glamazon. Countess Luann de Lesseps is the queen of etiquette and conduct and yet is she classy? Last but not least Alex McCord Brooklyn bound and the queen of fashion. We learn about their lives and the intricate details that connect them to each other.
Yet if that isn’t enough! Can you believe it? As if the book could hold anymore gossip the Housewives of Atlanta are included. Want to learn more? Meet Nene Leakes with a multitude of Nene-ism’s the world grabbed hold of her, even Anderson Cooper. Kim Zolciak anyone? She is unlike anyone else in Atlanta a true Southern Diva with flair. She has a secret too; Big Poppa who buys her everything. Lisa Wu Hartwell is a multi-tasker extraordinaire. Involved in everything from realty to jewelry design. Kandi Burruss a former member of the group Xscape. Finally Sheree Whitfield is a personality of her own. What you learn about these women is quite amazing and intriguing.
Well that’s it! Oh wait I forgot one, didn’t I? That would be lucky New Jersey. These women are ferocious and I love it! In true Jersey Girl style these women are out for it all. Not only are they family and closely linked, they are out for blood. At least Danielle’s blood. From Teresa Guidice- a big haired fast talking Italian-, to Jaqueline Laurita- a good girl who gets involved with the wrong people-, to Caroline Manzo- the dedicated Matriarch-, to Dina Manzo- the baby of eleven siblings (but don’t underestimate her power)-, and last but not least Danielle Staub- the queen b*tch who is all drama. Throwing tables, spending frivolously, and family is what New Jersey is all about. I may have a little prejudice as well as a New Jersey native myself.
As we complete this book it is an extraordinary tell all! This brings us into the lives of each of these crazy women. The jaw dropping outrageous fun is unstoppable. These women are more popular than anything and I cannot help but be intrigued. When reading this book you surely aren’t searching for a good read just good gossip. This is a great tell-all for everyone who loves Real Housewives. The information you hear and read is amazing and intriguing. If you want to learn more you should check out this book!
You can purchase The Real Housewives Get Personal on Amazon.com.
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