Sunday, July 13, 2014

Game of Crowns

Meet the cast of the new Bravo TV show "Game of Crowns."  I'm not sure if this show is Toddlers and Tiaras for the married woman--but whatever.  The reality show follows six pageant wives competing on the "Mrs." pageant circuit.  From trophy wives to pageant moms, these ladies will stop at nothing to win pageants.

I never watch any of the Real Housewives' shows, but you can bet I'm going to be watching Game of Crowns!

Pageants solely for married women...I love it!

Here's a peek at the ladies you'll see on the show:

Shelley Carbonne, 41 year-old mother of 4 and former Mrs. Connecticut America and Mrs. America 2011.  She's writing a book "Please stop calling me ma'am."  Lord have mercy, why?  Beautiful lady!

Lynn Diamante, a 40-something year-old pageant lifer...Mrs. Rhode Island after being Miss Rhode Island 20 years ago.  Lynn loves Louis Vuitton and she's a classical pianist.  Okay, I like that.  What do y'all think of the hair?

Leha Guilmette, 34 year-old Mrs. Rhode Island 2013, loves horses and is obsessed with Disney.  Very pretty.

Susanna Paliotta, 40 year-old pageant mom, 2 daughters, pilot, and animal lover.  She was Mrs. Rhode Island United States 2013.  I like her.

Lori-Ann Marchese, Mrs. Connecticut 2013 is the youngest and a fitness consultant and trainer.  She works out a LOT.

Vanessa Sebastian, a breast cancer survivor, was Mrs. Connecticut 2012.  She is a Nurse Anesthetist and is married to the part-owner of Foxwoods Casino.  So we know he can afford all her expensive evening gowns!

Tune in tonight at 9:00 p.m. on the Bravo Channel.  There will be pageant drama for sure!

1 comment:

Kathie Truitt said...

I hate this show for so, so many reasons. As a former Mrs. Missouri I am proud to say that NONE of the ladies I competed with at the state level acted like this. Ever. I made lasting friendships that last to this day. With that said, when I competed at Mrs. America it was awful. I was ashamed to see wives and mothers act the way they did. All for a crown that doesn't amount to a hill of beans anyway. It's JUST a pageant which is a LOT of fun but winning does not bring fame and fortune. Winning the national title is definitely an honor and certainly the goal of each contestant, but it's not worth the back-stabbing and down-right meanness that happens behind the scenes. And "Please Don't Call Me Ma'am"? Why do people above the Mason-Dixon line have such a problem with being called ma'am? It's something I'll never, ever understand.