They came, they said the N word and got into a small debt trying to dress like they didn't live in Auckland. A season ends and while the rest of us hem and haw trying to figure out what to do next Tuesday after Labour Weekend, the Real Housewives Of Auckland have it all figured out...
The ageless Ann Batley Burton (lady has nine lives after all) reprises the role that Julie Newmar made famous. She would have preferred Pussy Galore in a remake of Goldfinger but declined when she discovered that James Bond was going to be played by Idris Alba
Gilda Kirkpatrick took the season's mantra to heart ('Be Real') and went back to her true roots; pantsuits, headbands, 80s metallics, Trelise Cooper tops and all..
Louise Wallace finally found a meaty role she could cut her teeth into as a tough, talking, lesbian lawyer with a secret environmental-crusading obsession. She loved the role so much, she changed her name to 'Louis' and started weight-lifting.
Proving that beauty queens never fade away, Julia Sloane entered the Mrs. Universe competition. A week before pageant night, she slips and cracks her skull practicing her catwalk skills. She goes into a coma for a month before waking up and baffling doctors by talking in a perfect South Carolina accent.
Angela Stone got the best karmic gift ever- she was able to perform with her idol Oprah Winfrey in a special Oprah reunion show. "Isn't this woman amazing?? Isn't this woman big??" Oprah exclaimed to the crowd. Angela simply smiled that signature Angela smile.
This is really not Michelle Blanchard. Apparently there is another Michelle Blanchard who happens to be a 'lingerie fighter' which is kinda like UFC fighting except that it's done in lingerie. Frankly, we like this Michelle better..