You can watch this show on Bravo and TV3 at 8:30pm on Monday and Tuesday nights if you feel like unpacking your brain and marveling at just how stupid, shallow and self indulgent these 'housewives' are.
I for one will happily take my brain out and revel in the opportunity to be as judgmental and nasty as possible to these rich bitches, all from the comfort of my standard priced couch.
Louise Wallace, whom I previously thought was a professional broadcaster is either the best actress ever or a poncy, up herself, good for nothing, trust fund spoiled brat.
Gilda at least has some strength of personality and wisely brought in reinforcements to unleash on her annoying rival Angela. Although Gilda's friend Michelle did go for the jugular a bit hastily when she asked Angela if she was a 'plus sized model', I have to say - Angela did seem to be asking for a decent knock down. Honestly, she was like that annoying kid in the class that always puts their hand up first and brings medals and certificates in for show and tell all the time, seriously, sit down bitch.
Little Miss Champagne Lover Anne comes across as a bit of a pocket rocket, and who wouldn't want a friend that regularly brings champagne with her as a must have accessory - bless her.
I'm hoping that in future episodes I'll see Julia Sloane get her hair tangled in her private helicopters rotor blades lifting her off the ground and spinning her across Auckland in tiny little coin sized pieces of flesh and plastic surgery remnants.
Proof that you don't need to be smart or hard working to be rich is right here, lap it up folks, get your fill of guilt free hatred!
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Sky Television has announced the signing of a conditional five-year deal with New Zealand Rugby and SANZAR from 2016. A long form agreement will follow, the company has announced. The deal will include All Blacks tests, Super Rugby and ITM Cup matches.