NeNe Leakes insists she was blindsided after fellow "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Cynthia Bailey turned against her.
Bailey, the model and entrepreneur, had issues with Leakes' calling her husband a derogatory term. While it seems the ladies attempted to patch up their differences on their Bravo TV show, Bailey believes her friend has been disrespectful while Leakes thinks the model is not being a good friend.
"It's always the ones that are the closest to you that will turn on you! I was totally blindsided by all this," Leakes wrote on her personal blog. "Yes I called Peter the B-word in early October of last year and I have apologized numerous times for it! Cynthia and Peter accepted my apology and we simply moved on!" more >>
Andy Cohen received backlash for how he handled a recent confrontation on "Real Housewives of Atlanta," and now he is explaining why he booted Porsha Williams form the show's reunion episode.
Cohen came under fire after he hosted the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion special in which the show's stars Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore got into a physical altercation. While the altercation consisted of Williams pulling Moore to the floor by her hair, many fans of the show and some of its stars insisted that the latter's use of props provoked the former.
Now, the Bravo TV producer and reunion host, is detailing his reasoning behind kicking Williams off of the show instead of Moore. more >>
"Dancing with the Stars" returned to ABC on Monday with Latin Night featuring all seven remaining couples on the dance floor.
Last week, "DWTS" fans bid farewell to Drew Carey and his professional dance partner Cheryl Burke, and in week seven, no couple was safe from suffering the same fate of elimination. After consistently low scores and fans' votes, "Real Housewives" star Nene Leakes and her partner Tony Dovolani were eliminated on Monday.
As the 18th season of ABC's dance competition winds down, the dancers and their celebrity partners are working hard to stay at the top. Monday's episode also saw Ricky Martin serve as a guest judge, and fans could vote for their favorite couples to dance twice. more >>
Jesus' early life will be explored in the new series "Nazareth," which is being developed by Fox. Their foray into religious programming follows "The Bible" and other successful movies and shows which have maintained interest in recent years.
"Nazareth" is about Jesus growing up from age 13 to 30, which is largely not written about in the Bible, according to Deadspin. Although not much has been has been revealed about the project so far, the writer and executive producer is purportedly David Franzoni, who was involved in "Gladiator" and "Amistad." Bob Cooper, Jamie Capbell and Joel Wilson are also signed on as executive producers.
There could be more religious and spiritual programming on the way. "Nazareth" is part of a deal that Landscape Entertainment signed with Fox to create and develop event programming, and this is the first series in that deal, according to TV Guide. FX Productions and Entertainment One are the studios involved with the project. more >>
Jaden Smith may have sparked a debate about sin on Twitter.
Although Smith is only 15 years old, the son of entertainers Will and Jada Smith often shares some of his philosophies on the social networking website where he has over 5 million fans. His most recent post caused some serious conversation.
"Unawareness Is The Only Sin, And If You Were Aware You Would Know," he tweeted. more >>
NeNe Leakes is addressing rumors about making sure that her former friend Marlo Hampton stayed far away from the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion show.
Rumors recently swirled about Leakes' pulling some strings to make sure Hampton was not on the show during the final reunion episodes for season six.
"NeNe wants nothing to do with her, so she made a few phone calls and demanded that Marlo not be there," a source reportedly told Radar Online. more >>