Friday, February 25, 2011

Real Housewives of Athletes

From the OG Real Houswives of Orange County, to the newest in Miami, these ladies have been showing us that they are into more than glitz, glamour and table tossing - they are also fond of rollin' with athletes. I'm not calling anyone names, but a few words do come to mind when I think of these money-hungry wifeys.



Miami's season just kicked off this week (if SOMEHOW you missed the glorious event, you can catch the first episode on Bravo). Two of the Housewives are, or were married to NBA stars and the trend doesn't stop there. Many Housewives have been involved with pro athletes of all kinds:

Real Housewives of Miami

Larsa Pippen & retired NBA superstar husband, Scottie Pippen.
photo via FamousWhy
These two might actually be a legit, loving duo. They have been married for over a decade and have four children together. I'm crossing my fingers that it lasts!


Cristy Rice, divorced from former NBA champion, Glen Rice
photo via Baller Wives
These two went through 5 children together and 1 ugly divorce. Here is a little more juice on the ex-couple.


Real Housewives of Atlanta

Sheree Whitfield, divorced from former Atlanta Falcon player, Bob Whitfield
photo via Wet Paint
The ATL housewife and her ex divorced in 2009 and have 2 kids together.


Real Housewives of Orange County

Jeana Keough is divorced from former MLB player, Matt Keough
photo via BuddyTV

photo via Bump Shack
At least this pair produced 3 gorgeous children, as seen on the show. I'm hoping her one-time hubby was WAY more of a fox back in the day??



Another Real Housewive-esque pleasure that I'm currently obsessed with:

VH1's
The X-Life

photo via Zimbio

It follows the hectic lives of 3 extreme sport athletes and their dramatic ladies.

(from left to right in the pic above)
Pierre Luc Gagnon - skateboarder
Cory Nastazio* - BMX rider
Jeremy Stenburg - motocross rider

Check it out.

*MAJOR babe

For all you gold digging wannabe's, click here.

1 comment:

  1. I wish Ross had continued his basketball career. Damn.

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