‘RHUGT’ Cast Teases ‘Naked’ Fun With Luann de Lesseps & Teresa Giudice’s Prison Confessions

‘RHUGT’ Cast Teases ‘Naked’ Fun With Luann de Lesseps & Teresa Giudice’s Prison Confessions


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The first three episodes of ‘Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip’ were wild, but the cast says there’s even more drama to come!

If you haven’t yet watched the first three episodes of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, you’re making a huge mistake. Peacock surprised fans by dropping three — yes, three — episodes of the new original series on Nov. 15, three days earlier than expected, and it’s all anyone’s talking about on social media.

In the first 15 minutes, Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer calls Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore a “bitch”, and within 30 minutes, Ramona steals the best room in the ladies’ vacation home in Turks and Caicos before flashing the cameras while naked in the shower. It’s already an amazing show, and the cast says there’s so much more to come.

The cast of ‘RHUGT’ (Peacock)

During a promotional event for the series in Malibu, California on Nov. 15, Kyle Richards, Teresa Giudice, Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey and Melissa Gorga teased future episodes with the event’s hot, Brad Goreski. Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer, who also appear on the show, weren’t present for the event.

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Brad: What were your first impressions seeing it for the first time?
Kyle: All of us because we don’t shoot with those hidden cameras like we do on the show, so we forget those a lot. So that moment when I’m in the kitchen with Ramona and I lift up my dress, I forgot about those hidden cameras! In watching those moments, it’s just funny. It’s a really fun entertaining show. It’s such a different style than we do on our shows, so it was really interesting.
Teresa: I didn’t know that people were seeing everything that we were doing and somebody was putting out there. I was out of that conversation. By the way, that was not me.
Melissa: Kyle and I were the masterminds that Kenya was doing that to all of them!

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Brad: What was your first thought when you heard Peacock was mixing Bravo franchises for the first time?
Melissa: I just think it was a complete love letter to the fans because it’s been over a decade that the fans have been waiting for this to happen and finally it’s happening and I just feel like it was pretty amazing when I got that call. I was like, “Wait, really? Are we ending The Real Housewives franchise because this is scary!” I feel like Andy Cohen said something once — “Well, when we mash them all together !” We’re releasing the Dubai Housewives. There’s a lot going on so that’s not what this is! But I was like, “Wait, what’s happening here?” It was very exciting, obviously. These are big personalities along with the New York girls, so I just knew it was going to be something special.
Kyle: When they first asked me, my first question was, who else is going? I’m afraid. I’m very afraid.

Brad: What was your reaction when you received the phone call to be on UGT?
Cynthia: I was excited. I was like, “Who else is going with me from Atlanta?” And when they told me my girl Kenya I was like, “Oh this is going to be easy,” because you know in Atlanta, we go deep. We gonna be like Thelma and Louise. We gonna run this shit!
Kenya: I was really excited. Of course I wanted to know who else would be there because you know I stay booked and busy! It was so exciting, honestly and then when I started hearing the names I was like, “Oh, I like her! She’s great!” so then it worked out.

Brad: Did you feel that way when you heard Ramona’s name?
Kenya: Um — No. But I was going to give her a chance and I thought I did that.

Brad: Who did you most form a connection with?
Cynthia: I definitely connected with Teresa. I was obsessed with Teresa Giudice. I was like, “I can’t wait to ask her about her jail stuff.” I couldn’t wait to get her alone. We went for a walk and I was like, talking about — She’s in love, congratulations — I was like, “OK girl, what was it like in jail?” She was so transparent and so sweet! I was like, “Oh my God!” I was the most curious about her because I love how she was able to go through all of the things that she went through and she’s still standing and she’s amazing and she’s really an incredible woman.
Teresa: Duh, Cynthia!

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Brad: Were you excited when you found out your castmate would be Melissa coming from the show?
Teresa: Yeah, of course! That’s my sister-in-law! I love her!
Melissa: How believable is that?
Teresa: I’m all about family. I’m all about the Godfather movie, loyalty, respect. That’s what I’m about.
Kenya: Wait until you get to episode 3!
Teresa: She’s the 2nd one down from being the longest on New Jersey so of course it should’ve been her.

Brad: Did you feel more comfortable talking about going away with Cynthia than you did with your own cast on the show?
Teresa: No. Now I’m fine with it. In the beginning it was hard. I didn’t like to talk about it because — Listen, I did what I had to do, but I know in my heart I didn’t belong there, but there was a reason why I had to go through that journey. I did what I did. I did it standing strong and here I am!

Brad: Any connections your surprised got formed? Did we leave Ramona in? Was she last man standing for the whole show? What happens?
Kenya: I was actually surprised with my connection with LuAnn because I thought she’s the countess and she talks like this and she says, “Kenya!” She talks like she’s on the news and all that. I just thought and also her reputation of being this countess and lived in Europe and all of those wonderful things she loves to brag about.
Melissa: I was surprised with LuAnn also. Same. I thought she was going to be really stuffy but she let’s her hair down without having a cocktail. I’ve seen her whole vajayjay multiple times. Head to toe naked the whole entire trip. She’s definitely fun. I thought she’d be more stuffy but she let’s her hair down.
Kyle: She loves to be naked!
Teresa: Yeah, she’s fun.

Brad: Who from your cast Kyle would you have wanted to come with you?
Kyle: Probably Rinna. I do love all the girls, but Rinna’s been their second longest so it would make sense for Rinna. What I learned from doing this show was a lot of ladies don’t have trust in their franchise. They really have got to watch their back and we had seasons like that way back. Teresa said this was the only time she ever enjoyed filming.

Brad: Out of all the years, Teresa?
Teresa: It was the first time I ever enjoyed being on TV. Because on my show, it’s like I’m always being attacked. Top dog, they always try to take me down but that never happens! You guys better watch season 12. You guys will be so happy! It’s going to be so good!

Want more? New episodes of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip drop on Peacock every Thursday.

Kenya’s Peres Jepchirchir Is The Female Winner Of The 2021 New York City Marathon

Kenya’s Peres Jepchirchir Is The Female Winner Of The 2021 New York City Marathon

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Peres Jepchirchir was the first woman to cross the finish line of the 2021 New York City Marathon, completing it in just 2 hours and 22 minutes.

Peres Jepchirchir from Kenya was named the female winner of the 2021 New York City Marathon on Sunday November 7! She completed the 26.2 mile course through the five boroughs in just two hours and 22 minutes. After starting in Staten Island and running through every borough up to the Bronx, runners went back into Manhattan for the finish line outside of Central Park. Peres completed the course after the male winner of the marathon Albert Korir, also of Kenya, who completed the marathon in 2 hours and 8 minutes. He previously came in second in 2019.

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Five American women finished in the top 10 this year, including Olympic bronze-medalist Molly Seidel who finished fourth with a time of two minutes and 24 seconds. It was an American course record, beating Kara Goucher’s previous record of two hours and 25 minutes. “I’m so incredibly honored, there are so many good women who’ve run on this course,” Molly told media said after the race. “I think it’s really a testament to the women who are in this race that I was able to kind of just hang out with that group. And obviously I fell off the main pack. But I kind of just kept pushing and trying to stay on that pace.”

The 50th NYC Marathon was held on Sunday November 7. (Corey Sipkin/UPI/Shutterstock )

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She was one of 33,000 runners who ran for the Marathon‘s 50th celebration. Stephanie Bruce from the United States won the women’s virtual marathon in 2020 with a 2:35:28 time. The last in-person winner was Joyciline Jepkosgei from Kenya who won the 2019 event with a 2:22:38 time. The NYC Marathon returned in 2021, after being cancelled in 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A virtual marathon was held instead over a period of 15 days, according to a press release. The event hadn’t been cancelled since 2012, when it was stopped by Hurricane Sandy. Due to the ongoing health crisis, the field size was modified for the race in collaboration with the mayor’s office and the state of New York. “This will be an unprecedented and historic year for the TCS New York City Marathon as one of the most iconic New York sporting events makes its return,” TCS NYC Marathon Race Director Ted Metellus said in a May press release. “As we stage a safe and memorable race for the 50th running, this year’s marathon will showcase our great city’s strength, inspiration, and determination.”

‘DWTS’ Recap: The First 9s Are Awarded & Someone New Tops The Leaderboard

‘DWTS’ Recap: The First 9s Are Awarded & Someone New Tops The Leaderboard


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A new standout takes the top of the leaderboard on the first night of Disney Week during season 30 of ‘DWTS.’ Plus, four different couples score at least one 9 on the Oct. 11 episode!

Disney week is here on season 30 of Dancing With the Stars! For the Oct. 11 episode, the contestants channel heroes from the Disney franchise, as they take the dance floor for their first of two nights of competition this week. Derek Hough is back in his judges’ chair after missing last week due to possible exposure to COVID-19, which means there are four judges to impress once again.

In addition to choreographing their dances like normal this week, the pros had to incorporate special moves from Mickey Mouse into their routines. The team that adds Mickey’s moves the best will receive two extra points from the judges at the end of the night. Meanwhile, the Disney week competition continues with villains night on Oct. 12.

Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev prepare for ‘DWTS.’ (ABC)

First up on Oct. 11 is JoJo Siwa and her partnerJenna Johnson. They dance a gorgeous Viennese Waltz to “A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes” from Cinderella. Len Goodman calls the routine “beautifully danced” and praises JoJo for her “fantastic footwork,” while Carrie Ann Inaba gushes over JoJo’s ability to “tone it down” and let Jenna “shine.” JoJo and Jenna’s scores: Carrie Ann Inaba = 9; Len Goodman = 8; Derek Hough = 9; Bruno Tonioli = 9; TOTAL SCORE = 35. Those are the first 9s of the season, too!

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Melanie C.’s dance with Gleb Savchenko is inspired by Mary Poppins. They perform a high-energy Jazz. Derek admits that some of the transitions weren’t perfect, but says the dance was great overall. Meanwhile, Bruno and Carrie Ann point out that the dance briefly got out of sync, but laud the difficulty of the choreography. Melanie C. and Gleb’s scores: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 8; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; TOTAL SCORE = 31.

Next, The Bachelor’s Matt James dances a Quickstep with his partner Lindsay Arnold. Their routine is inspired by “The Incredits” from The Incredibles. Bruno congratulates Matt on his footwork improving, and Carrie Ann and Len admit that the reality star still has to work on his technique. However, overall, the judges are happy with Matt’s work ethic and energy. Matt and Lindsay’s scores: Carrie Ann = 6; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 7; TOTAL SCORE = 26.

Jimmie Allen is up next. His Mulan-inspired dance with Emma Slater is a Paso Doble to “I’ll Make A Man Out Of You.” He dedicates the dance to his late father, who died in 2019. The judges rave over how well the Mickey Mouse moves are incorporated into the routine. Carrie Ann describes the dance as “delicious” and says she “loved it.” Jimmie and Emma’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; Bruno = 7; TOTAL SCORE = 30.

Witney Carson and The Miz rehearse for ‘DWTS.’ (ABC)

Up next is Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten, who ended last week on the top of the leaderboard. They perform a Rumba to “You’ll Be In My Heart” from Tarzan. Len says the dance was “brilliant,” and calls it “so beautiful.” As always, the judges are in awe of Amanda’s moves on the dance floor, even though she had a brief moment of being out-of-sync with Alan during the Mickey portio.. Amanda and Alan’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 8; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; TOTAL SCORE =.32. 

Olivia Jade performs a Samba to “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” from The Lion King with her partner Val Chmerkovskiy. The judges praise Val for putting a ton of Samba content in the routine, and Olivia for executing it so well. “You’re so versatile. You have such range,” Bruno raves. Olivia and Val’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; Bruno = 9; TOTAL SCORE = 35.

The next performance is from The Miz and Witney Carson. They dance a Quickstep to “A Friend Like Me” from Aladdin, with Mike fully decked in blue as the Genie. The judges are super impressed by the Mickey Mouse challenge portion of the dance, and praise The Miz for giving “everything he has” week after week. The Miz and Witney’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek =8; Bruno = 8; TOTAL SCORE = 31. 

Kenya Moore is up next with her partner Brandon Armstrong. They dance a Contemporary number to “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana. After landing in the bottom two last week and having to be saved by the judges, Kenya leaves it all on the dance floor. Carrie Ann calls out mishaps during some of Kenya’s lifts, but says she’s “so proud” of Kenya for coming back so strong this week. Derek says the routine was a little “timid” at first, but gushes over Kenya for opening up and coming into her own. Kenya and Brandon’s scores: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 7; Derek = 8; Bruno = 7; TOTAL SCORE = 29.

Sharna Burgess and Brian Austin Green at Disney before ‘DWTS.’ (ABC)

Next, Brian Austin Green and his real-life girlfriendSharna Burgess, dance a Waltz to “Someday My Prince Will Come” from Snow White. As always, their chemistry is top-notch as they perform the romantic number on the dance floor. Len isn’t pleased with the lack of Waltz in the choreography, and the judges agree that Brian still has some improving to do. Meanwhile, Sharna calls out Brian and Sharna for having a lift in their routine. Brian and Sharna’s scores: Carrie Ann = 6; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 6; TOTAL SCORE = 25.

Gymnast Suni Lee is up next with a Salsa to “Colombia, Mi Encanto” from the new movie, “Encanto,” which she dances with partner Sasha Farber. “That was so great. So much fun. Well done!” Derek raves, as he praises Suni for opening up more every week. Bruno points out how great the addition of the Mickey Mouse challenge was to this dance, as well. Suni and Sasha’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 8; Derek = 9; Bruno = 8; TOTAL SCORE = 33.

The next performance is from Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev. Their Quickstep is to “I Wanna Be Like You” from The Jungle Book. “It’s the best Quickstep I’ve see so far this season,” Bruno gushes, while applauding Artem for the content in the routine. “You always bring something unexpected to every dance floor and that’s what makes you special,” Carrie Ann adds. Melora and Artem’s scores: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 9; Derek = 9; Bruno = 9; TOTAL SCORE = 36, which is the highest score of the night!

Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke are back in the ballroom after their bouts with COVID this week. They perform a Jive to “Standout” from A Goofy Movie. Carrie Ann urges Cody to work on “finishing [his] moves” in the future, and Len isn’t thrilled with the lack of Jive in the routine. “I was a bit disappointed,” he admits. “The Jive should be right up your street.” Cody and Cheryl’s scores: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 7; TOTAL SCORE = 27. 

The final dance of the night is from Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach. Their Foxtrot is to “Let It Go” from Frozen. “You delivered a really elegant Foxtrot,” Len gushes. “It’s wonderful to see a great big guy trying to show romance and movement.” The dance isn’t perfect, but the judges praise over Iman’s improvement, especially in his frame. Iman and Daniella’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 6; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; TOTAL SCORE = 30.

At the end of the night, Melora and Artem are at the top of the leaderboard with a 36, followed by JoJo/Jenna and Olivia/Val, who both scored 35s. At the bottom is Brian and Sharna with a 25. However, there are still two extra points to be awarded for the team who did best at the Mickey Mouse challenge — and they go to Jimmie and Emma! That brings Jimmie and Emma’s score up from a 30 to a 32, putting them in 5th place. There is no elimination, as Tyra Banks announces that no one is eliminated, and the couples will all be returning to the dance floor for Disney Villains night on Oct. 12!

‘RHOA’ Recap: Marlo Hampton Storms Out After A Heated Confrontation With Kenya & Porsha

‘RHOA’ Recap: Marlo Hampton Storms Out After A Heated Confrontation With Kenya & Porsha


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Things went WAY left during the April 4 episode of ‘RHOA’, when an argument erupted between Marlo, Kenya and Porsha!

The Real Housewives of Atlanta were still on their girls’ getaway in New Orleans during the April 4 episode, when a dinner with rapper/bounce artist Big Freedia took a nasty turn. It all began when Kandi Burruss called out Marlo Hampton for unnecessarily inserting herself into the drama between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore.

Porsha previously revealed that she’s no longer able to trust Marlo, who recently reconnected with Kenya, who has refused to drop her ongoing inquiry into the alleged sex Porsha had with Bolo, the stripper who performed at Cynthia Bailey‘s bachelorette party.

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“Both of y’all — Porsha, I love you to death,” Marlo said, as the ladies ate the dinner they made with Big Freedia. “[Kenya] would never be able to have me cross you in no kind of way. Kenya, I’m moving baby steps with you, but I love where we’re at and it feels good.”

Kenya wasn’t happy with that, though, because she’s adamant that Porsha had sex with the stripper, and according to her, anyone who’s willing to let Porsha go without confirming it isn’t “telling the whole truth.”

“Porsha told me it did not happen and that’s what we’re going with,” Marlo told Kenya, who then said Marlo is making this “messy” by airing their drama out in front of Big Freedia. Marlo was fine with that and she actually suggested that Porsha and Kenya have a one-on-one conversation — privately — to squash their beef once and for all.

However, Porsha wasn’t interested in doing that either. “I no longer have anything else to say,” Porsha told Marlo.

Marlo Hampton on ‘RHOA’. (Bravo)

Marlo then said she’s willing to let the whole thing go if both women agree to not name the other while conversing with her. But when both Porsha and Kenya say that they don’t speak about the other while talking to Marlo, Marlo bugged out.

“Both of you have me in an uncomfortable position,” she said. “Both of you motherf***ers talked to me about each when I wasn’t there!”

Porsha didn’t love being called a “motherf***er”, so that also set her off and lead to a bunch of bleeps.

Meanwhile, Marlo didn’t love getting yelled at so she decided to leave the dinner altogether. “I’mma do you, and I’mma do you. Goodnight with y’all fake a**es. Goodnight, fake-a** b***hes. Goodnight!” Marlo yelled, as she stormed out of the restaurant.

Later, when the ladies arrived back in Atlanta — fortunately, they escaped a wicked hurricane making its way towards New Orleans — Porsha told Cynthia that she’s drawling a line in the sand when it comes to her relationship with Marlo.

Want more drama? New episodes of The Real Housewives of Atlanta air Sundays at 8pm on Bravo.

‘RHOA’ Recap: Chaos Erupts At Fallyn’s Halloween Party After LaToya Throws Major Shade

‘RHOA’ Recap: Chaos Erupts At Fallyn’s Halloween Party After LaToya Throws Major Shade


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LaToya Ali found herself at odds with just about everyone during the March 21 episode of ‘The Real Housewives Of Atlanta’.

The drama with LaToya Ali may have started with Kenya Moore during the March 21 episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but before we knew it, Porsha Williams‘ friend Falynn Guobadia was looking to attack LaToya with a golf club. And no, we’re not kidding.

It all started when Kenya met up with Marlo Hampton and found out that LaToya had told everyone that Kenya’s estranged husband Marc Daly wanted alimony from her. It wasn’t information that Kenya necessary wanted out there, but she was more upset with the fact that LaToya used the information to defend her recent behavior (ie. trying to out whoever had sex with the stripper).

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So when Kenya came face-to-face with LaToya at Fallyn’s Halloween party, which wasn’t really a party at all and more of a get together, Kenya confronted her and tried seeking an apology. But LaToya kept laughing and said she couldn’t take Kenya seriously while they were in costumes. So Kenya gave up on the conversation and headed back inside.

Once they reunited with the ladies, LaToya revealed she was going to leave because she was “bored”. And this was after she insulted Fallyn’s husband and the house they share, so to be honest, everyone was pretty happy to hear LaToya was leaving. But she forced Porsha into walking her out and once they got out front, LaToya asked Porsha why she and Kenya have beef with each other. Porsha didn’t really know what to say and LaToya just kept repeating everything Porsha was saying, so the conversation wasn’t productive at all.

Then, in the midst of their conversation, Kenya, Fallyn and Cynthia Bailey went outside because Kenya also wanted to leave, but before that could even happen, LaToya started shading Fallyn again. Not only did LaToya criticize her for having “three baby daddies”, but she kept insinuating the Fallyn only lives in the house she lives in because she had sex with a “65-year-old”.

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Things got so heated that Fallyn tried charging at LaToya. And when security intervened, she ran inside the house so she could exit through the garage — which is where she also grabbed a golf club that we can only assume she wanted to use in a fight with LaToya. Fortunately, security stopped Fallyn again, and a fight never happened.

Fallyn’s husband then escorted her upstairs while the ladies regrouped and went home for the night.

Want more drama? New episodes of RHOA air Sundays at 8pm on Bravo.

‘RHOA’s Kenya Moore & Porsha Williams Are ‘Freaked Out’ After Crew Member Tests Positive For COVID-19

‘RHOA’s Kenya Moore & Porsha Williams Are ‘Freaked Out’ After Crew Member Tests Positive For COVID-19


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Production has been shut down on ‘RHOA’ due to COVID-19 and we found out how the cast is feeling about it!

Season 13 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was already winding down but things came to a stop due to the Coronavirus. Production has officially been shut down after a crew member tested positive for COVID-19 and the cast — especially those with kids — are feeling uneasy about it. “Kenya [Moore] and Porsha [Williams] were freaked out because they have kids,” a source close to production revealed EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife. “Kenya in particular is very nervous.”

Once the crew member tested positive, no time was wasting notifying the cast and crew. “Everyone from the cast and crew of RHOA were notified three days ago [Tuesday, November 10] that someone tested positive for COVID-19,” the source shared. “Production was shut down immediately and everyone was told to quarantine immediately for two weeks,” they explained. 14 days is the recommended guideline by the CDC to quarantine if you’ve tested positive for the deadly virus, or been exposed to someone that has.

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Some of the other moms on the show were also scared, but a little more relaxed about the situation. “Kandi [Burruss] surprisingly was not so much [freaked out] but is taking it seriously,” the source continued. “And Cynthia [Bailey] is freaked out but quarantining as well,” they said.

The ladies of Atlanta which also includes cast members new comer Drew Sidora, 34, have been open on social media about their fun times filming. Cynthia even revealed to us what kind of extra safety measures have been taken once filming picked back up in July. “Bravo’s been doing a really good job just following the rules the best we can and so we did a road trip,” she told us in an EXCLUSIVE interview on Oct. 19. “We haven’t been able to travel on airplanes because it’s a whole thing if we do. Also, we get tested every week.”

Although there’s a minor shift in the ‘wives’ production schedule, the show must (and will!) go on as the next season is still set to premiere on Dec. 6 at 9pm on Bravo! “As of now, production will resume right after Thanksgiving,” the source shared. “And [it will] finish after the premiere in beginning to middle of December.”

Warren Zevon – Leave My Monkey Alone Lyrics

Leave My Monkey Alone Lyrics

Mzungu Arudi Ulaya Mwa Frika Apate Uhuru
(Whites go back to Europe Freedom for Africa)
Leave My Monkey Alone
Leave My Monkey Alone
Leave My Monkey Alone
Leave My Monkey Alone
Down in Kenya where the Masai roam
And the grass grows tall on the veldt
In our old colonial home
We drank our bitters while the empire fell
Leave My Monkey Alone
One day the Mau Mau came
All we had was lost
In our old colonial home
Under the Southern Cross
Leave My Monkey Alone
Down in Kenya where the Masai roam
And the grass grows tall on the veldt
In our old colonial home
We drank our bitters while the empire fell
Leave My Monkey Alone
the Mau Mau came in ’52
The sun went down and we drew the drapes
In our old colonial home
We hid behind the Mau Mau gates
Leave My Monkey Alone

Binary Star – Supreme Alphabet (Waterworld 3 Album)


It’s the supreme alphabet
It’s the supreme alphabet

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Held in justified killings like mike brown
Now officers patrol quick trip returning soon
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Getting hauled in jumbo kits
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Runnin’ shoot’em
The utmost visionaries were ‘xecuted
You (z)xenophobic atheist bitch
Chinky darkie easy faggot gay honkey’s itch
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Kenya luxembourg
Medina’s navajo nation outdoors preserved
Quietly situated reserved transformation
Using vaccinations
With x-tra x-tra yep yep zig zag papers
Air biology changing
Draining energy famous
Gaining hanging in jungle huts
Killin’ it long months not once
Phife quest rules
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Energy givin’em hemorrhage’s interview jib-berish
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Good hip hop international
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Love mastering
Nations cipher (o) power
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Rule self
Truth u-n-I-verse the victory
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