Real Housewives

Art

Finally, an Entire Museum Dedicated to the Unfortunate Video of Kim Cattrall Scatting

Meet the comedy duo running a New York gallery dedicated to pop culture guilty pleasures.
Kelsey Lawrence
6.2.17
Features

Divorcing Reality TV: What Happens After You Leave the Real Housewives

Women have reinvented themselves after divorces for decades, but after they’ve left the Real Housewives franchise, reality stars have learned they are branded forever.
Mitchell Sunderland
4.5.17
tv

Why Reality Stars Are So Obsessed with Throwing Drinks on Each Other

The wine-hurling Real Housewives of today come from a long tradition: Since the early 1900s, women in film have been angrily tossing drinks on their rivals and nemeses.
Elizabeth King
12.13.16
Sex

Injecting Blood Into Your Clit Is a Bad Idea, but People Are Doing It Anyway

For around $1,500, you can get blood into your clit to enhance your sex life. A plastic surgeon says, "Don't do it."
Sirin Kale
7.7.16
Interviews

Lisa Vanderpump's Crusade to End the Dog Meat Trade

The "Real Housewives" and "Vanderpump Rules" star has become known as an ardent campaigner against the controversial Yulin Lychee and Dog Meat Festival. We caught up with Vanderpump to talk about about why she feels it's her activism—for dogs as well...
Seamus Kirst
6.21.16
tv

How a ‘Real Housewife’ Went from Working at Carnivals to the Elite Charity Scene

Former Miss Arizona LeeAnne Locken has earned criticism from fellow “Real Housewives of Dallas” cast mates for faking her way into the exclusive charity scene. But Locken, who grew up working the duck pond at carnivals, insists her motives are pure.
Seamus Kirst
6.3.16
tv

Real Housewife Robyn Dixon on How Race Plays a Role on the Show

The “Real Housewives of Potomac” star opens up about her unconventional relationship with her live-in ex-husband, her bankruptcy, and why racial identity became such a controversial issue this season.
Seamus Kirst
5.20.16
reality tv

Ousted Real Housewife Brandi Glanville Opens Up on Life After Controversy

Last year, Brandi Glanville left "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after three seasons on the show and repeated conflicts with other cast members. We caught up with the star to talk about the emotional toll the show took on her, manipulative...
Seamus Kirst
4.12.16
420 moment

We Are All Lisa Vanderpump

Wait, what?
Broadly Staff
4.7.16
reality tv

Real Housewives’ Newest Star Erika Jayne Explains the Beauty of Patting the Puss

We spoke to the new cast member of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' about her rise to fame, her new fan base, and "the inner bad girl" that lives in every woman.
Seamus Kirst
1.26.16
tv

Sea Hags, on Their Own Terms: The Feminist Legacy of VH1's 'Mob Wives'

Forget "The Godfather" and "The Sopranos." With their husbands and fathers in jail, deceased, or estranged, the women of "Mob Wives" completely flip the script on sexist Mafia narratives.
Logan Scherer
1.25.16
tv

Pray for Her: The 19th-Century Roots of 'Real Housewives' Munchausen Storylines

In last week's episode, Real Housewife Lisa Rinna accused her co-star Yolanda Foster of faking her Lyme disease for attention and sympathy. This plot is reality TV gold—and it dates back to 19th-century sentimental novels like "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Logan Scherer
12.28.15