03:26 PM EDT 07/02/2015
Originally posted 02/04/2015 06:35AM
Sibling rivalry is tough enough, but put Brandi Glanville between sisters Kyle and Kim Richards and it turns into a family feud.
Originally posted 02/03/2015 12:40PM
He may have found fame in Beverly Hills, 90210, but Ian Ziering has set his sights on another zip code these days. Ziering relocated to New York City to vie for the title on Donald Trump's Celebrity
Apprentice. Besides being a clothing entrepreneur – though he's also Chippendales-approved and ready for any tasks that require shirtlessness – Ziering has one major edge one his opponents: Have they ever faced off against a throng of sharks? That is, not in the boardroom …
Follow Ziering on Twitter and check back for his exclusive blog posts on PEOPLE.com after each episode of The Celebrity Apprentice.
King's HawaiianOur eighth task was a New York "photo bomb" campaign for King's Hawaiian.
We all worked well together coming up with hashtags, slogans and visuals. Coming up with a helicopter really made our concepts pop. It was another "not even close" victory for us.
Originally posted 02/03/2015 07:15AM
Monday night's episode of The Celebrity Apprentice ended in a display of gratuitous firing that felt ... well ... mean.
The first hour divided the teams to shill for King's Hawaiian buns. It was obvious from basically minute one of the task that Kenya Moore's "Baby Likes Buns" idea would be polarizing – offensive, really. And so Team Vortex lost, and Kenya was dispatched.
The second task, which saw the brief return of Joan Rivers – in what was probably her final on-air appearance – was oriented around crafting a jingle for Anheuser Busch's [Fill-in-the-Blank]-a-Rita beverages. Even in the face of an incredibly low musical bar set by Ian Ziering's "La Cucaracha" knock-off, Johnny Damon's blueser for Team Infinity could not compete against Vortex's catch "Nice on Ice" hook. And so, ironically, Infinity ... came to its end. Seriously, the whole team was fired.
Originally posted 01/28/2015 06:45AM
All bets were off at the poker game from hell as sisters Kyle and Kim Richards battled on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
"It was like the party from hell," said Eileen Davidson who organized the party. "There was a brawl in my driveway."
When Kim attempted to exit the party early after Kyle had exhibited concern about her whackadoodle behavior, saying, "It looks like you're drinking," Brandi Glanville attempted to intervene.
Originally posted 01/24/2015 01:55PM
Bravo should insist that cameras be allowed in the courtroom for this pending Real Housewives battle.
Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa has sued Brandi Glanville for slander after the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills personality took a serious swipe at Krupa on a November 2013 episode of Watch What Happens Live.
Originally posted 01/21/2015 07:15PM
Push came to shove on Tuesday's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – and Brandi Glanville has plenty to say about her portrayal on the episode as well as the motivations of costar Kyle Richards.
When Kyle's sister Kim Richards, who checked in to rehab in 2012, showed up to a poker party acting like she might be under the influence, Kyle panicked that her older sister had fallen off the wagon.
Though Kim, 50, privately admitted to Kyle, 46, that she had "taken something" for pain, Kim walked away from her sister to find a sympathetic ear in Glanville, and the resulting clash between sister and friend turned violent.
Originally posted 01/21/2015 08:50AM
Eileen Davidson organized a poker party on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and any time the wives have a game night you can bet it's not going to end well.
Things got off to shaky start at a spa day Kyle Richards organized.
"If Eileen can be in a van with Brandi Glanville after getting a glass of wine thrown in her face, I guess I can, too," said Lisa Vanderpump.
Things got shakier when a luncheon turned into wine tasting, something that made Richards and her sister, Kim – who entered rehab in 2012 and is now sober – uncomfortable.
Originally posted 01/07/2015 07:15AM
Originally posted 12/24/2014 07:50AM
Tuesday's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was filled with difficult goodbyes.
Lisa Rinnareturned to her childhood hometown of Medford, Oregon, to visit her aging, ailing parents and say goodbye to the house in which she grew up.
"I just belong in a big city," said Rinna upon returning to the small town and recalling what it was like to grow up there as a kid. "Why am I here? I'm more fabulous than this."
Originally posted 12/17/2014 07:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20884230" "" "" "auto"] Between hiding out in bushes to stalk a former lover, hitting on her 23-year-old mover, and the usual tiffs that are so prevalent in the Real Housewives franchise, Brandi Glanville has had a pretty eventful season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills so far.
Glanville, 42, stopped by the PEOPLE Now studios to talk stalking tips and – most importantly – how to make up with a "frenemy." (We're looking at you, Adrienne Maloof.)
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