The novel was written in a much more whimsical state of mind.” But she made headlines in the tabloids this morning for another reason — a fellow castmate of inspired her to look at her own life differently.Fast forward a few episodes and this season, Aviva and Carole have become full-fledged enemies (the women didn’t know each other before the show), mainly because Carole deals in what is actually going on, while Aviva seems to be hell-bent in doing whatever it takes to stay relevant on .
Sources claim fellow anchors on the show are sick of ABC bosses giving him preferential treatment. And he’s incredibly engaged in the news coming out of DC right now.” An ABC rep added: “We’ve tripled our lead over the ‘Today’ show [in total viewers].
In this case, Aviva first asked Carole to vet a ghostwriter she was going to use on her book (and now denies she even used one) and then somehow turned the whole thing around by telling the other women on the show that “word on the street” was that Carole used a ghostwriter for .
Said Carole: “There’s always one housewife on every show that’s completely contrived and that’s her.
Everything she does, she does for the show.” And then of the subsequent blow-up: “If I’ve helped Aviva sell books, I’m sure my thank you note is in the mail. Scalamandre’s president Steven Stolman with interior designer Mark Huffman and his client (and my Greenwich neighbor) Danielle Clark.
This is supposed to be a reality show, so I’m interjecting some reality here. Honestly, it was a bit hard to reconcile the woman sitting across from me from the one who is throwing down on Bravo and even braving the dating pool on camera. How the heck did she wind up on and Andy asked me,” she told me. A little birdie told me this trio of tastemakers are working on a project together decorating a chic country abode in Vermont, which will be home to squadron of Scalamandre’s signature zebras.