Most of our favorite Real Housewives extracurriculars include being naughty. Let’s see what they’re up to now.
Too Much Tequila
Carlton Gebbia, of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance earlier this week after passing out at a restaurant in Beverly Hills. But apparently it’s nothing too serious.
“Sorry! Apparently I don’t have the Irish wooden leg! All is well, thank you. Can’t handle six shots of tequila. When did I become such a lightweight?” Carlton tweeted.
Carlton got well wishes after her hospital visit including some from her co-stars Lisa Vanderpump, Joyce Giraud and even her nemesis, Kyle Richards.
After Ryan Culberson, Vicki Gunvalson’s son-in-law, blew up at Lydia McLaughlin’s mom on the season eight finale of The Real Housewives of Orange County, it seemed clear that Ryan was dealing with some anger issues. Now Ryan is seeking help for post-traumatic stress disorder that he is suffering from after five combat deployments in Afghanistan.
“I’ve had issues for years that I have left unresolved,” Ryan told the Marine Corp Times. “I just really want other Marines to be aware of programs like Save A Warrior and know that it’s OK to seek help.”
Ryan and his wife Briana, Vicki’s daughter, just announced that she was pregnant with their second child.
“This is something I choose to do 100 percent on my own, I didn’t even feel the show needed to know anything about it,” he said. “But, the scrutiny of being in the public eye hasn’t made dealing with [the issues] any easier.”
Good luck to Ryan (and all returning veterans) on getting the help that he needs.
Dancing with the ‘Wives
NeNe Leakes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta isn’t worried about how her health will affect her ability to perform as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. Even though she was diagnosed with having blood clots in her lungs late last year.
“It is a really grueling schedule, and I don’t feel like anybody needs to worry about my health,” she told The Insider. “I’m doing what I’m supposed to be do, I’ve been cleared by my doctor, I’m on a daily medication.”
She also got some advice from RHOBH‘s Lisa Vanderpump, who was the first Housewife to appear on DWTS in season 16.
“All in all, it’s the most fantastic experience of a lifetime,” Lisa wrote in a note to NeNe on BravoTV.com. “You join a family with DWTS that stays with you. I will be there sending you love and cheering you on. Bring the glitter ball home to Bravo! You go girl, get your jive on!”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 4 reunion will air in three parts starting Monday, March 17. Here’s the first preview:
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