“Everybody knows that the dice are loaded……everybody knows.”
Everybody knows Gretchen Rossi lies about everything.
Everybody knows the Season 3 finale of the Real Housewives of New Jersey was filmed and edited in long after filming stopped, to make Teresa Giudice look extra villainous after the incident in Punta Cana.
A source close to the blond mom tells us approximately a couple weeks ago she received a strong-worded letter from executives at the TV network about her weekly Tuesday vlogs for the website, in which she dissects each week’s Monday episode of the fifth season of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” which debuted in June.
The insider says producers and executives were particularly perturbed at how McCord revealed the way some of the plotlines’ twists and turns develop — or, shall we say are forced – on the show, and they wanted the 38-year-old to “put a lid on it.”
“Her agent got in touch with Bravo first as they made a ‘Top 20 Reunion Moments’ show from all of the [Housewives] franchises, using footage over and above the episode caps in the contracts,” McCord explains. “We heard they had plans to make a whole series of ‘Top 20’ compilation shows [about the Housewives]. Given that, as far as I am aware, no ‘Housewives’ anywhere get residuals or any payments for syndication around the world, we should at least fight to keep the episode count from growing past what was agreed!”
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Simon is rumored to be the owner of bravoratings.com, a website celebrating the low ratings of Season 5 of the Real Housewives of New York and Watch What Happens, Live. There is no love lost between Simon and Andy Cohen, of course.
Why not make a living from the ex-employer who so unceremoniously fired you? After all, they are no longer the hand that feeds them, why not take a bite?
The Real Housewives of New York Season 5 airs Monday nights on Bravo TV.