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The Real Housewives of New York City head across the pond in “I’m U.K., You’re U.K.” It has everyone feeling OK, but what about those who were left behind? We recap all of the fake accents and awkward corporate cheerleading in THG’s +/- recap!
Sonja, Luann, and Carole head off to London and you’d think after a red eye transatlantic flight everyone would be ready for a nap but not these girls.
Plus 10 because they’re here to shop and they’re not wasting a minute.
Plus 8 to Carole when she calls Luann Pumpkin Head. I couldn’t help but laugh at that. Then she brushes it off by saying that sheMore >
Toddlers & Tiaras is a show on TLC that focuses on parents who dress their children up in ridiculous outfits, force them to learn a talent and then pressure them to perform in tyke-based beauty pageants around the country.
In other words: there’s very little high ground to be found anywhere on this series.
Yet the reality program has still managed to reach a new low, airing a promo this week that focuses on Paisley, A THREE-YEAR OLD CONTESTANT, who is dressed like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, i.e. a prostitute.
Rages the Parents Television Council inMore >
(HMG Celebrity News) – In more free publicity that will just make Sarah Palin that much more popular among her constituency, West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin is accusing the former Alaskan governor, who is assumed to be mounting a run for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination of shooting an animal ‘for political gain,’ on her TLC television travelogue series. Sunday’s episode of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” featured the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate shooting a caribou, while hunting north of the Arctic Circle. Appalled by seeing Palin kill and carve up a caribou, Sorkin, whoMore >
Note to THG readers: while it may seem as though the following story is too ludicrous to be real, every word is as depressingly true as Angelina Pivarnick’s attempt to rap is hilariously awful. Consider yourself warned.
On January 10, Teresa Giudice will host a seminar in New York City that will “teach women how to have it all,” according to a press release.
If plan on paying for advice from Teresa Giudice, go find a toilet, drop bills into it and press flush. It will take less time and be equally worthwhile.
In a blurb hyping the event, scheduled for the Learning Annex in midtownMore >