The Real Housewives Of Orange County are back for another season, the surgically enhanced reality TV women are itching to share some drama with viewers for season seven.
Vicki Gunvalson, Gretchen Rossi, Alexis Bellino, and Tamra Barney all return, Heather Dubrow (the brunette in above picture) is a newcomer.
The Real Housewives Of Orange County returns February 7th at 9pm EST on Bravo.
See lots of photos here of the ladies on a recent trip.
Meanwhile…on the second part of "The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" reunion that aired on Monday night, Taylor Armstrong continued to open up about her husband Russell's death. She even speculated that it may not have been suicide.
Was it murder? The police have never indicated that and she is selling a book.
The title, "Hiding from Reality: My Story of Love, Loss and Finding the Courage Within."
On the reunion show, the Hollywood Gossip has a receap with scorecard here.
People Magazine has put together some great lines from Brandi Glanville from part two of the reunion show.
Discussing her barely-there bikini: "You're lucky I had a top on."
On game night: "I felt like I was being bullied in a room and I had no friends … everyone has a breaking point."
On accusing Kim Richards of using crystal meth at game night: "Do I regret saying that specifically? Yes, but the truth is she was on something and she was in and out of the bathroom all night and she's in rehab now so clearly I wasn't wrong."
On Kim hiding her crutches – and Kyle knowing about it: "All I wanted to do was leave, and I couldn't. You can't say you had nothing to do with it. You had knowledge and knowledge is power. You could have rectified it."
On the difference between being sexy and slutty: "However you feel the most powerful and confident is how you should roll … Slutty is like [showing] labia."
On slashing ex Eddie Cibrian's tires: "I just took the tires and I put the knife in through his motorcycle and then I told him, 'Don't ride them you're probably going to get hurt.' "
On Taylor's book, Hiding From Reality: "It's been like a hot minute. … She wrote a book about [her husband Russell's suicide] in one second."
Taking credit for Kim going to rehab: "Maybe I helped. … I got it out there that there's a problem and then everyone had to address it."
On Camille's image-makeover since her divorce: "She dropped the dead weight and now she's a different person."
On why she changed her last name back to Glanville after her divorce: "There were too many of us floating around, Mrs. Cibrians."