The New Atlanta
Atlanta has brought its fair share of drama to Bravo with five seasons of The Real Housewives and it's about to bring even more, now that the city is home to the latest installment of Bravolebrities. The New Atlanta follows five young coeds as they fight their way to the top of the social and professional world. And in true Bravo fashion, the climb doesn't come without romance woes, catfights and big personalities. Meet the cast of the newest Atlantans — Alexandra, Emily, Africa, Tribble and Vawn.
The Rachel Zoe Project may have left the runway for good.
In the September issue of Capitol File Magazine, Rachel Zoe commented on the future of the show. "We've done five years," she told the magazine. "I think it's time to probably move on. The Rachel Zoe Project was meant to be a show solely based on fashion and designers and all of that, and clearly it wasn't. I was like, 'Oh, I don't want my personal life on television.'"
Vicki Gunvalson, Andy Cohen, Briana Wolfsmith-Culberson
All season on the Real Housewives of Orange County, Vicki Gunvalson has been torn between two people: her daughter, Briana Wolfsmith-Culberson, and the man she loves, Brooks Ayers. Unfortunately, it seems like that battle may never end.
In this exclusive sneak peek from the third part of the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion (Monday, 8/7c, Bravo), Brooks tries to...
Joe Giudice and Teresa Giudice
The Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa and Joe Giudice were indicted Monday on federal fraud charges, New Jersey's Star-Ledger reports.
The couple are accused of inflating their income while applying for loans before their Bravo show debuted in 2009, only to then hide their improving finances in a...
Gail Simmons is moving to the head of the table on Top Chef Masters — the judges' table, that is. The longtime Top Chef judge is the new head critic of Season 5 of Masters (premieres Wednesday, 10/9c, Bravo) which means more Gail, all the time. "I'm there for every challenge now. Just what the world needs!" Simmons jokes to TVGuide.com. "Me in every single episode! What the world was waiting for."
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The Food & Wine editor's presence isn't the only change to the show. Season 5, which includes such chefs as David Burke, Douglas Keane and Top Chef: Las Vegas runner-up Bryan Voltaggio, also features a brand new online companion show on BravoTV.com — not unlike Top Chef proper's Last Chance Kitchen — dubbed Battle of the Sous Chefs. Hosted by Hugh Acheson, the show will feature the 13 Masters' right-hand men and women cooking to secure...