Gossip Recap- The Real Housewives of New York City, Season 4, Episode 4
Brad Boles isn’t pulling any punches on what went on with those Housewives last night
Does anybody really need to see a pathetic middle-aged women pull her broken laments out of a Hermes box?!
Cindy Barshop didn’t win any favors by asking Sonja Morgan downtown for lunch at Ciprinani’s only to let vanity get in the way! What was Sonja’s comment about her driver boy taking her downtown where she won’t go even for her best friend, "Nose Bleed”! She made it clear she won’t go to Quogue, in the Hamptons, as well. Sonja is all about Southampton.
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Kelly Killoren Bensimon avoids conflict like the plague but ends up between Cindy and Sonja at Countess Luanne’s little get together when it becomes clear that if it wasn’t for the filming, these women would never be in the same room!
It’s so obvious that these women all have something to hock – Cindy and her spa, Kelly and her jewelry.
The worst of them all, Ramona Singer, not only brings her wine to Luanne’s, but the following day she shows up at a dog charity promoting her jewelry in the form of a tee shirt with the logo blazing across her chest. This is so wrong!
Was I seeing things or did Sonja bring a Birkin bag to the beach while walking the dog?
Kelly was making angels in the sand to avoid another pointless conversation with her.
Luanne’s son, Noel, introduces his line of skateboards! This show is becoming one big infomercial…help!
Cindy clearly doesn’t like anybody else plugging at her own party, as Ramona once again shamelessly wants to know where her Pinot Grigio is! I think we’ve have had enough of her at this point. Ramona, you are Freddie Kruger incarnate!
Cindy’s brother Howie is being dragged through the mud by Ramona’s needless plea for emotional sympathy after the mention of a cigar once owned by Jeff, a friend that passed away. Cindy tries to calm her down.
The sad thing here is, these people are not actors. This is as bad as it gets! We have found out that Cindy has an issue with food dips at a party.
How is any of this relevant when the biggest headlines this week are that President Obama has released his birth certificate, the royal wedding of William and Kate, the Alabama tornado devastation, and the bomb blast in Marrakesh, Morocco?
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And how was your week? – Brad Boles
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Brad Boles landed in New York in the early eighties at the height of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and worked his way up the make-up artist ladder to fame with his work being featured on the cover's of countless fashion magazines, as well as editorial spreads. MTV was his playground working with the most celebrated artists of the time from Pat Benatar to Grace Jones.
When Hollywood came calling, he landed his first film doing Kim Cattrall’s make-up and went on to work with Reese Witherspoon, Gina Gershon, Sandra Bernhard, Karen Black, Billy Zane, Andrew McCarthy and more.
Brad was the creative director for Denise Rich for 12 years as her stylist and make-up artist, as well as designing her legendary parties for such luminaries as President Clinton, Patti Labelle, Natelie Cole, and Richard Avedon.
Later, Brad opened a store of exotic interiors in NYC in 2002 and then opened a store in Moscow! Brad also designed the Zarin Fabrics showroom with Jill Zarin thus leading to being on the “The Real Housewives of New York City” seen as Jill Zarin's gay husband. Brad is currently working globally on interior projects and has been busy doing interiors in New York City, The Hamptons, Moscow, Morocco, and Dubai.
He has shot the pilot for his own TV show produced by Nancy Glass Productions. Look for his coffee table book, "The Art of Extravagant Luxury" coming soon. Brad and Sharon Haver are developing a style book and series.