There's no question the relationship between Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles stars Josh Altman and Heather Bilyeu is going great—the pair got engaged on June 22—but the status of Heather and Madison Hildebrand's friendship is less clear. And last night on Watch What Happens Live a call-in viewer wanted to know how the two real estate gurus are getting along these days.
"You are going to have to watch the whole season to figure out how we end up because we ended last season being friends, and I wouldn't see we're un-friendly but we definitely have another little spat," Hildebrand explains.
But before he could talk further, Altman cut in with a few words.
"Flagg and I don't get along, but he had the class to go up to Heather and say 'I don't like your boyfriend, but congratulations on your engagement,'" he says. Indicating Hildebrand, he adds, "He has not said one thing to either of us, and I would just like to know why."
Hildebrand's response? That's simply not true.
"We were on a live interview and I did congratulate both of you and they asked me what I thought of it and I said I'm happy you guys are in love, and more power to you," he says.
Watch Madison Hildebrand dish on his friendship with Heather Bilyeu and tell us in the comments: can these two repair their troubled relationship?
Altman is like the bully 2 year old in the sandbox: Take the toy someone else is playing with and claim it as your own. Make a big deal by telling everyone what you did and shoving the prized item in your, now, ex-friend's face, thump your chest a few times for emphasis, and declare yourself "Ruler of the Sandbox," when really what you need is a spanking and a time out.
Josh seems to want to rub it into Madison's face that he took Heather away and she is not property she is a partner. I agree with Madison, he questions Josh's loyalty to Heather and he might be wondering if the marriage and love will last. Im not a Josh fan, he is sorta overbearing. And I appreciated the other Josh respecting his sellers feelings about the house and property. Unfortunately, I think the house will be torn down as the real estate land will be developed. The buyer just needs to move on if he wants his money and not the house any longer.