”Work of Art” is an American reality game show that airs on the cable television network Bravo. The season 1 series which premiered on June 9, 2010 has been renewed for a second season in September 2010 and aired on October 12, 2011. The show which is originally named “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist” seeks to discover new talent and highlight on the artistic process which characteristically comes from unknown yet skilled people. The competition shows about hair-cutting, cooking, fashion designing, dancing, singing, extreme traveling and wilderness abilities on the season 2 premiere. Continue
Weeks after we broke the news that Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and Alex McCord were fired from “The Real Housewives of New York,” Bravo likely made some huge changes with the cast of the New Jersey “Housewives” franchise, ousting both Jacqueline Laurita and Caroline Manzo from the show. “Jacqueline and Caroline were told months ago that they wouldn’t be returning for a 5th season if they didn’t create more drama,” a network insider said. “This season has been dominated by Melissa (Gorga) and Teresa (Giudice) drama and season four, that they are filming right now, is going to be no different.” Continue
Patti Stanger who makes a living telling single people how to find love is an American matchmaker and television producer with her own Bravo TV show called “The Millionaire Matchmaker”. However, her latest dose of “advice,” delivered on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” probably left potential clients looking for another matchmaker. Stanger caused a stir when she tried to defend her belief that gay men can’t be monogamous. “In the gay world, it will always be open. … There is no curbing the gay man. I have tried to curb you people,” she told host Andy Cohen, who replied, “I am gay and am down for the monogamy.” Later, the “Millionaire Matchmaker” star insulted Jewish men by generalizing, “Jewish men lie.” This prompted Cohen to say, “So I’m a non-monogamous liar,” but he was still able to laugh at her comment.
Patti Stanger says she’s sorry for her homophobic and anti-Semitic remarks last night on TV. She offered an apology for those offended by her words during her appearance on “WWHL” on Sunday night on September, 25. “I am so sorry. I did not mean to offend anyone with my comments last night,” she said to TMZ. Bravo also has issued an apology for the controversial statements made by Patti Stanger.
Jill Zarin who was born on 30 November 1963 is married to Bobby Zarin. Continuing to manage his father’s company, Bobby Zarin owns Zarin Fabric Warehouse and Home Furnishings, a home furnishing and fabric store on Manhattan. Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and Alex McCord will not be returning to the Real Housewives of New York City for its fifth season, according to a new report. Moreover, LuAnn de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan were reported would be the only season 4 cast members to remain on the series, with additional new women being added to the mix at the forthcoming date. Bravo has not officially commented on the resignation of those three socialites and the next show.
However, the issue of her resignation is still unclear while Zarin through her friend made a statement. A friend of Zarin said, “Jill is still in discussions with Bravo for season 5 and no final decisions have been made.” Rookie “Housewife” Cindy Barshop, who is also rumored to have been kicked from the show, told HuffPost Celeb that the reports are just rumors. “Everything out there right now is just rumors. Nothing is 100 decided yet, it could go either way,” she says.
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