Hollywood drama and new reality shows

“Chris Brown hit Rihanna. Act like you didn’t know. I think that domestic abuse, and any abuse for that matter, is terrible, but to the radio stations that stopped playing his music all I have to say is, really now? Did you forget about T.I., 50 Cent, Lil’ Wayne and all of those other artists who have music promoting abuse? I know all of their music has been continually played on all of those radio stations and there is something about the hypocrisy of it all that doesn’t make any sense.”

Chris Brown hit Rihanna. Act like you didn’t know. I think that domestic abuse, and any abuse for that matter, is terrible, but to the radio stations that stopped playing his music all I have to say is, really now?

Did you forget about T.I., 50 Cent, Lil’ Wayne and all of those other artists who have music promoting abuse? I know all of their music has been continually played on all of those radio stations and there is something about the hypocrisy of it all that doesn’t make any sense.

And speaking of ridiculousness, all of the fuss about Jessica Simpson’s apparent weight gain is getting pretty out of hand.

All of these tabloid magazines have nothing to write about, so they pick on the pop-star that happened to wear an unflattering pair of soccer-mom jeans, and the crap hits the fans.

On an exciting note, Sarah Jessica Parker has confirmed that the Sex and The City cast has officially signed on for another movie. The release date so far is to be Summer 2010, which is forever away, but of course, worth the wait, because who doesn’t love Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda.

However, I am completely bummed that season four of The Real Housewives of the Orange County over, but when one good thing ends, another good thing must appear, right?

Well at least maybe that’s the case for The Real Housewives seasons, because the catty and completely fabulous New York City version debuted their second season Tuesday night. Hooray. Who can’t help but love everything and anything NYC?

Another great Bravo TV show that started back up is The Millionaire Matchmaker.

Matchmaker gives me complete hope that if my love life continues on its current path, all I would need to do is move out to the West Coast to get matched up with the perfect millionaire. But I’m certain there is probably some sort of catch.