'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' premiere: Proof money can't buy taste
If Monday (Oct 11) premiere party for Bravo's new reality series -- "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" -- was any indication, this show should immediately be renamed "Unreal Housewives of Beverly Hills."
In fact, it shouldn't even be called a "reality show," based on the enhanced appearances of so many of the women at the premiere.
There were more starved skinny bodies, fake breasts, pulled, plumped and frozen faces, Chiclet white teeth, pinched noses, lifted lids, hair extensions, highlights, artificial nails and faux spray tans at Trousdale than you could shake a syringe at.
One party peep remarked, "There is more plastic surgery at this party than anywhere else in Beverly Hills tonight."