EXCLUSIVE! Bravo's Odd Mom Out Is So Uniquely HIGHlarious It Has Its Own Vocabulary! Watch The Show's Funniest Terms Get Deciphered!
Part of it comes from the lead character's hilarious vocabulary!
Have you ever been upset you lost out on an apartment or house you really liked? You probably wanted to "commit sui" because the place gave you a "real estate boner"!
In this EXCLUSIVE clip, star Jill Kargman breaks down those and more Upper East Side-isms, including "momzillas," "nursing nazis," and the "lucky sperm club." Ch-ch-check out the video (below):
Could Khloe Kardashian Be Finding Love In Another NBA Player's Arms? See What She Spent Her Holiday Doing!
Sounds like a happy 4th!
Khloé decided to take the time off and head to Las Vegas for the holiday weekend — because where else says "America" like Sin City?!
While she was there, she reportedly stopped by Encore Beach Club and was seen with NBA All-Star James Harden!
The pair spent quite a bit of time
Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, & More Celebs Cheer Team USA To Victory During The Women’s World Cup Final!
On Sunday, Team USA took home the gold during the Women's World Cup final game while celebrities across the globe cheered on the triumphant team. What a perfect way to close Fourth of July weekend!
Not only did the A-Listers watch Carli Lloyd dominate on the field but also witnessed Abby Wambach's final game in a World Cup. Wow!
Ch-ch-check out their responses below:
Do you remember that reality TV show Ready For Love which Eva Longoria produced back in 2013?
Well, while the dating show didn't exactly click with fans — it got pulled from NBC's schedule after just three episodes — it did actually result in love!
Tim Lopez from Plain White T's was one of three celebrity contestants trying to find their perfect match… and he just married his winner over the weekend.
Tim and Jenna Reeves may have met on the Giuliana and Bill Rancic-hosted series, but after the show, they decided to date the old-fashioned way.
In an interview detailing their 4th of July wedding, Tim gushed about his bride, saying:
We LOVE Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3 program, promoting the works of emerging artists and encouraging diverse audiences to visit the theater with affordable $30 tickets.
Sunday night we caught Dave Molloy's Preludes. He is more than "emerging" - he's very established! But this new piece is very experimental in nature and fits in perfectly with the other work of LCT3.
If you're going in and expecting Molloy's Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, then you will be greatly disappointed.
While that show was based on War & Peace and was completely sung-through, Preludes is based on the life of the composer Rachmaninoff and it features A LOT of dialogue. Far more talking than singing.
While we've seen some of Molloy's more experimental work - quite enjoyably Black Wizard/Blue Wizard - this piece was lacking the passion of Natasha and the humor of Black Wizard/Blue Wizard.
Preludes is very cerebral. And a tad too experimental for our liking.
But, while we didn't like it, we found it enjoyable.
The actors did a great job and interspersed throughout the show - though not enough - were some really great songs.
We're glad we saw it and continue to look forward to what Dave Molloy does next!