On the latest podcast episode of Bitch Sesh Podcast- Jarett Weiselman from Buzzfeed guest hosted and dished on the Real Housewives he had met. He first begins to tell the story of meeting Jill Zarin in New York City way back when she was someone in the Real Housewives of New York franchise.
While attending a club in New York City, where only cocaine and New Jersey bankers were being served, Ms. Zarin walked up and assumed he knew who she was- and promptly asked why he didn't write about her more and they needed to do something about this right away. She insisted that information was exchanged with her assistant...and sure enough Mr. Weiselman had to politely request the assistant stop emailing him or curtail the daily emails of harassment.
The writer confirms from a reliable source that Lisa Rinna will be coming back to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills- which the two other co-hosts cringed since she had been seen as so desperate. However, Weiselman indicated she was a nice lady- and apparently that goes a long way at times still.
So who were his meanest interviews? The dead in the eyes interviews- maybe the subject did not wanting to be there? Not surprisingly, Bethenny Frankel from Real Housewives of New York and Nene Leakes from Real Housewives of Atlanta. Despite their attitudes, I find it surprising since they owe their subsequent higher success from the franchise and both were on the poorer side of the housewives scales. Mmmm....
And the nicest housewife according to Jarett Weiselman? Surprisingly, it was Countess Luann! And this was during her "countess" days of trying to hawk her class and ass book, or whatever it was called.
To find out what happened when Jeremy went to Kyle Richards' holiday party and more, check out the Podcast Bitch Sesh Diaries.
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