It looks like Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer may be getting back together with husband Mario.
Sonja Morgan tried to take The Real Housewives of New York City back to the days of The Great Gatsby with her "caburlesque" show Tuesday night, but it ended up more akin to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
"It's not Moulin Rouge, it's not Dita Von Teese, but it is Sonja Morgan," Carole Radziwill, 50, said, aptly summing up the "cabaret meets soft burlesque" show Morgan hosted for the LGBT center in the Hamptons.
"It's obvious I love my gays," explained Morgan, 50. "I have my own way of moving … very Liza Minnelli … I'm gonna bring the sexy, and I'm gonna improvise."
Before The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stroll into the setting sun on Rodeo Drive until next season, there was time for a few more diamond-studded fights on the reunion finale.
Life certainly wasn't all diamonds and rosé for Lisa Vanderpump, whose fractured friendships were front and center all season, and who felt ganged-up on during the reunion.
Leading the attack was Kyle Richards, who once compared Vanderpump to chess player Bobby Fischer due to all her strategizing and who was still miffed at Vanderpump for bringing up the tabloid cheating rumors about her husband.
NeNe Leakes told Cynthia Bailey's husband, Peter Thomas, to stop acting like "a bitch" on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta", and the word and its delivery was nearly enough to break up a close friendship.
After Thomas and Gregg Leakes went loco in Mexico, and NeNe inserted herself into the ongoing masquerade ball battle – telling Thomas that he needed to stay out of the women's business – the longtime friends went after one another.
This time, it was more than just a war of words between Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams.
The dueling stars of The Real Housewives of Atlanta got into a brief physical altercation Thursday during the taping of the show's reunion episode, PEOPLE confirms.
It has not been the easiest of times for Bethenny Frankel, between her ongoing bitter divorce battle and the recent cancelation of her talk show. But, Frankel says, she is now beginning to feel "a little liberation."
"I am dating, and I am happy," Frankel, 43, told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live Tuesday night. "I'm good. I feel a little liberation, a little bit of freedom, just a little bit of not feeling so bad. It's been a really, really hard time."
The second chapter in the ghostwriting fight between Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of New York City was filled with choice words, while Sonja Morgan's new intern orientation manual needs a major rewrite.
After spreading the rumor that Radziwill had used a ghostwriter to pen her best-selling memoir, What Remains, the "bookgate" fight between the two escalated at Drescher's housewarming party.
"You're so pompous and so elitist," said Drescher, 43.
"I don't talk about your parenting, don't talk about my career," snapped Radziwill, 50.
Tony Dovolani has gotten to know partner NeNe Leakes quite well over the last few weeks during Dancing with the Stars rehearsals – and one thing he's learned quickly: she isn't one to tone down the energy.
"God forbid I'm having one of those tough days, she'll start dancing with me and rubbing on me. I immediate have a smile on my face," Dovolani, 40, told PEOPLE backstage right after Monday night's show, where he and the TV personality were declared safe to move on to next week's competition. "We hit it off right off the bat."
Expressing his gratitude to fans for voting them on for another week, Dovolani said it will give the dancing duo "the opportunity to show off NeNe's real side," adding, "Everybody's got this perception of NeNe. I've grown to really respect her and adore her. I think she's actually a big teddy bear. She treats me like gold. We really have a good time."
If Part 1 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion was filled with knockout moments, Part 2 was chock full of, well, tasty morsels (and chocolate always helps to ease the tension, right?).
Here are the best "Snickers" from Part 2:
Kyle Richards and Carlton Gebbia continued their high-voltage rivalry, which started this season with her comments over Gebbia being Wiccan and ended with Richards calling her anti-Semitic.