Archive for May 21, 2020

RHONY: Ramona Singer Calls out Dorinda Medley for Going for the ‘Jugular’

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The Real Housewives of New York Ramona Singer tells Dorinda Medley that she often goes for the “jugular” when she feels slighted. The two friends had a rough episode thanks to Ramona’s brutal honesty about Medley’s poor behavior.

The “make it nice” housewife is struggling this season as she's been opening up about her anxiety. For the most part, Medley tried to not offend any of the women but failed when it came to last week’s episode when she went after Tinsley Mortimer. But most of the Big Apple housewives have noticed something has been off in their dear friend. Many fans were aware that Medley lost her late husband, Richard, as they have watched her mourn him during past seasons. She often shared about the times she spent with him and the places they traveled, letting fans feel as if they had met Richard themselves.

Related: RHONY: Dorinda Medley Opens up about 'Terrible' Split from John Mahdessian

On tonight’s all-new episode of The Real Housewives of New York it looks as if Ramona Singer has had enough of her close friends’ angry outbursts and decided to call her out in front of their other friends. Medley has been hounding Mortimer to open up more the group, but only last week Medley said it was hard for her to open up about her troubles. Mortimer was quick to comment on this, which upset the mother of one. The apple orchard incident caused Medley to say that her “chewing gum” lasts longer than Mortimer’s relationships, check out the clip below:

Singer started the conversation off by admitting she was not perfect and was a woman who made mistakes all the time, granting her the nickname Singer Stinger. The loud blonde told her friend that she is stuck in a pattern and whenever someone upsets her, she ends up going for the “jugular.” Immediately, Medley went on the defense saying that Singer acts the same and should “recognize” the characteristics very well.

Fans, for once, found it easy to side with Singer as she was not actually wrong in her observance of her close friend. Viewers have known for a long time that Medley was always bothered by Mortimer but have not been told the reason behind the dislike. At this point fans are just hoping that Medley and Singer can keep their friendship intact and work themselves into a better place. Medley had only opened up last week that she too struggled with drinking when Richard had first past but had found her way out. True supporters are hoping she can get herself back on track.

Next: RHONY: Dorinda Medley breakdown about Ending Her Relationship Broke Fans' Hearts

The Real Housewives of New York airs Thursdays at 8pm EST on Bravo.

Source: @realhousewivesfranchise

Legally Blonde 3 Has Reese Witherspoon Very Excited for Elle Woods’ Return

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Legally Blonde 3 star Reese Witherspoon is as excited for the sequel as the fans.

Lori Loughlin To Plead Guilty, Will Serve Prison Time

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Lori Loughlin will plead guilty and spend time in prison for taking part in the college admissions scandal. Last year, headlines raged across the nation reading that Fuller House’s Loughlin and Desperate Housewives’ Felicity Huffman had been indicted in the nation’s largest college admissions scam. Orchestrated by William Rick Singer, the college admissions scheme allowed for parents to pay large sums of money to bribe college officials and alter test scores to admit their children into prestigious universities.

Coined Operation Varsity Blues, the scandal broke open to reveal over fifty elite individuals were involved. Loughlin and Huffman were the two most shocking names to be disclosed. Reportedly, Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, forked over half a million dollars to USC to ensure their two daughters’ admittance. Since the news of the scandal broke, the careers of the actresses have been permanently altered. Huffman pleaded guilty to her charges and served a prison term of eleven days. Following her termination from the Hallmark Channel, and Fuller House, Loughlin pleaded not guilty to mail fraud and money laundering. Previously scheduled for a trial date later this year, Loughlin and Giannuli could have faced up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Now, it appears Loughlin is changing her tune.

Related: How Fuller House Can Address Michelle's Absence 

Per THR, Loughlin and her husband Giannulli have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges. Reportedly, Loughlin’s plea agreement entails two months of jail time, a $150,00 fine, community service, and two years of supervised release. Loughlin is scheduled to enter her guilty plea to Judge Nathanial M. Gorton on May 22.

According to court documents, Giannulli has agreed to serve five months in federal prison. Speaking on the plea agreements, attorney Andrew Lelling stated, “...these defendants will serve prison terms reflecting their respective roles in a conspiracy to corrupt the college admissions process and which are consistent with prior sentences in this case. We will continue to pursue accountability for undermining the integrity of college admissions.” To date, Judge Gorton has sentenced four parents in the college admissions scam - the lightest sentence being a five-month prison term.

After maintaining her innocence for more than a year, it appears as though Loughlin has taken a page from Huffman’s book. While the judge’s sentence has yet to be revealed, Loughlin and her husband taking a plea deal will avoid a tedious trial and a sentence of 20 years behind bars. As of this writing, it remains to be seen how Fuller House will address Aunt Becky’s exit in the fifth and final season. The scheme made waves in the college world, and no doubt, the lives of those involved in the college admissions scandal have been permanently altered.

Next: Why Full House Recast Danny Tanner In The Pilot Episode

Source: THR

Lori Loughlin To Plead Guilty, Will Serve Prison Time

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Lori Loughlin will plead guilty and spend time in prison for taking part in the college admissions scandal. Last year, headlines raged across the nation reading that Fuller House’s Loughlin and Desperate Housewives’ Felicity Huffman had been indicted in the nation’s largest college admissions scam. Orchestrated by William Rick Singer, the college admissions scheme allowed for parents to pay large sums of money to bribe college officials and alter test scores to admit their children into prestigious universities.

Coined Operation Varsity Blues, the scandal broke open to reveal over fifty elite individuals were involved. Loughlin and Huffman were the two most shocking names to be disclosed. Reportedly, Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, forked over half a million dollars to USC to ensure their two daughters’ admittance. Since the news of the scandal broke, the careers of the actresses have been permanently altered. Huffman pleaded guilty to her charges and served a prison term of eleven days. Following her termination from the Hallmark Channel, and Fuller House, Loughlin pleaded not guilty to mail fraud and money laundering. Previously scheduled for a trial date later this year, Loughlin and Giannuli could have faced up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Now, it appears Loughlin is changing her tune.

Related: How Fuller House Can Address Michelle's Absence 

Per THR, Loughlin and her husband Giannulli have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges. Reportedly, Loughlin’s plea agreement entails two months of jail time, a $150,00 fine, community service, and two years of supervised release. Loughlin is scheduled to enter her guilty plea to Judge Nathanial M. Gorton on May 22.

According to court documents, Giannulli has agreed to serve five months in federal prison. Speaking on the plea agreements, attorney Andrew Lelling stated, “...these defendants will serve prison terms reflecting their respective roles in a conspiracy to corrupt the college admissions process and which are consistent with prior sentences in this case. We will continue to pursue accountability for undermining the integrity of college admissions.” To date, Judge Gorton has sentenced four parents in the college admissions scam - the lightest sentence being a five-month prison term.

After maintaining her innocence for more than a year, it appears as though Loughlin has taken a page from Huffman’s book. While the judge’s sentence has yet to be revealed, Loughlin and her husband taking a plea deal will avoid a tedious trial and a sentence of 20 years behind bars. As of this writing, it remains to be seen how Fuller House will address Aunt Becky’s exit in the fifth and final season. The scheme made waves in the college world, and no doubt, the lives of those involved in the college admissions scandal have been permanently altered.

Next: Why Full House Recast Danny Tanner In The Pilot Episode

Source: THR

Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe First Look and Disney+ Release Date Revealed

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Phineas and Ferb movie announced for this summer on Disney+, along with several new images.
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