Roll Call: 'Real Housewives' Stars Aviva Drescher Throws Her Prosthetic During Show Argument
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First Tables, Now Fake Legs!: "The Real Housewives" franchise loves an OMG moment and in the July 22 episode – things fly… including a prosthetic leg! Bravo has been previewing that Aviva Drescher (who lost her leg when she was 6 in a farm conveyor belt accident) tosses her leg and now fans know why. According to Page Six, the controversial cast member gets in a heated argument, unstraps her leg as she yells, "What do you want from me? To crawl out of here?" She then reportedly throws her fake leg across the room at Le Cirque, which is met with shock from others in the restaurant (and probably squeals of joy from show producers). Tune in on July 22 on Bravo for all the appendage-tossing action!
(Aviva Drescher on April 8, 2014)
Ed Sheeran Tops A List, And We All Scratch Our Heads: Who doesn’t love Ed Sheeran, but when the British singer was voted as the "most important UK artist in the black and urban music scene" by BBC 1Xtra, we're pretty sure the world collectively went, "Huh?" So BBC, explain yourself. "Artists were considered on variables such as sales statistics, quality of music and impact across the wider industry – it is not about the color of someone’s skin," the BBC said in a statement.
Speaking Of England…: Guess which headline-making American actress just might be moving across the pond! "I think I am making the move to come over here...I've noticed when I'm watching the news here and such, you guys have such a different outlook," Lindsay Lohan told the BBC. "It feels really good to be able to turn on the TV and not see everything be about gossip." No word if anyone has told Lindsay American gossip websites work in England too.
Star Power At The World Cup Final: The 2014 FIFA World Cup was a star-studded affair on Sunday including Rihanna, Shakira and more! Check out all the action!
-- Jesse Spero
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