Dorinda Medley Of “Real Housewives Of New York City” Denies Getting Kicked Out Of Luann de Lesseps’ Cabaret Show For Being A Drunken Mess
Even though being a mean drunk (and believing her late husband visits her as balloons) is pretty much her entire persona, Dorinda Medley was “put on pause” from The Real Housewives of New York City back in 2020 amid rumors that the cast and crew were tired of her drunken antics. And it seems like she might not have grown much in that area, because Page Six reported that over the weekend, Dorinda was kicked out of her RHONY castmate Luann de Lessups’ weirdly unironically successful cabaret show, Countess and Friends. Dorinda then took to Instagram Live to give a pretty unconvincing denial of getting the boot.
Ramona Singer Denies Making A Racist Comment About Her “Real Housewives Of New York City” Castmate Eboni K. Williams
Ramona Singer. In case you don’t know her (and congratulations for making it this far), she’s a forever cast member on The Real Housewives of New York City. She’s also the fucking worst. Last season Eboni K. Williams joined the show as the first Black cast member, and for the first time ever, the RHONY end-of-season reunion was cancelled. While Bravo initially blamed the cancellation on scheduling conflicts, it was later reported that it had to do with an investigation into Ramona’s alleged racist behavior. Now Page Six is reporting the alleged comment that launched the investigation. During a fight at lunch, LuAnn de Lesseps kicked Eboni out of her Hamptons home, to which, Ramona allegedly said, “This is why we shouldn’t have Black people on the show.” Ramona immediately denied it, but… like… shetotallysaidit(allegedly)…
Fire your therapist. Stop taking the Cipralex. Trash your meditation apps, yoga mats, gratitude journals, etc. They’re all moot. Because Peacock’s Real Housewives vacation mash-up spin-off is really, truly happening. And when this shit airs it’s gonna solve everything. Andy Cohen’s coronavirus fever dream is filming in Turks and Caicos as we speak, and yesterday Bravo officially revealed the cast. It will star Ramona Singer and LuAnn DeLesseps from New York, Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey from Atlanta, Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga from New Jersey, and one lone Kyle Richards from Beverly Hills. What? No Erika Jayne? Hmmm, maybe authorities advised her not to leave the country…
Real Housewives of New York City‘s very own cabaret crooner Luann De Lesseps was arrested two years ago for drunkenly attacking a cop in Palm Beach. She agreed to go to help to avoid some jail time. She was in rehab for all of three weeks before going back to singing (can you call it that?) while shimmying in glitter.
Luann was put on probation, and recently got caught violating her probation by admitting to drinking alcohol after one of her cabaret shows in Chicago. That probation violation almost made her the Roxie understudy in a jail house production of Chicago, but a judge took pity on her.
As those of you who cared enough to read this about last week know, Luann de Lesseps will serve absolutely no jail time for her messy arrest back in January. Because she is high-class royalty with connections in every industry in the world (AKA: a mildly well-known celebrity-type from Bravo), she was only sentenced to probation, rehab and a few measly community service hours.
Well now PageSix is telling us that Luann will be free to leave rehab and get back to the stage. After only three weeks, Luann is getting out. Andy Cohen is going to have to cancel that order of ‘Free Luann’ t-shirts. The Real Housewife took to Instagram to let all of her peasant followers know that New York’s minstrel of class and abundance would be once again taking the stage in her #CountessAndFriends cabaret show.
The most musically-talented Real Housewife to ever grace Andy Cohen’s rich white lady minstrel shows, Luann de Lesseps, isn’t going to do any hard time in the clink. Shocking. Congrats Luann, I don’t think you could have lasted in a women’s correctional. Those cheek bones may help you serve LEWKS in the New York social scene, but mama they woulda been serving YOU in lock up. Continue reading