Two great birthday parties back-to-back. How lucky can a girl get?
I wasn’t at Dorit’s party long before it became evident that some of us are still looping a broken record, trying to rewrite history, and others are trying to move to the next track. I know, I am, for one, the latter. Everything else about the subject has already been said. Moving on…
Dorit’s 40th birthday was a blast. We had cocktails in their beautiful home, where I was able to chat with Dorit and get to know her a bit better. Who knew waiting outside was a full-blown Buddha Lounge-style nightclub? It was so extravagant that I kept forgetting I was technically in a backyard. I have to say, way to go PK! You know how to throw a birthday party! The rose gold Bentley is okay, too. Not quite my Ford Flex with its surfboard racks. You wanna talk luxury? My Flex has a little refrigerator in the back seat. Vinny and I have been known to throw some snacks in there during our many road trips. Can your Bentley do that, Dorit?
Speaking of my husband, maybe next time I can just tell people his ripped jeans are from the same Moschino runway as Erika’s t-shirt dress? (Which I loved, btw, Erika.) But I actually agree with Kyle: Vince is definitely hot enough to get away with ripped jeans, regardless of the designer. Hell, my husband’s so hot, he can wear a tank top and board shorts to the next one. (Vince, if you read this, I am joking. Please do not wear board shorts to the next party we attend.)
I totally got a kick out of watching Lisa R. and her gorgeous girls preparing dinner. Usually it’s the parents teaching the kids to cook. In Lisa R.’s household, it’s the opposite. If Lisa R. needs another cooking lesson, I will volunteer to teach her to prepare something that doesn’t involve SPAM or potato chip casseroles.
Finally, massive congratulations are in order to everyone at The Young and the Restless for the milestone 11,000 episodes! It’s been an honor to be a part of a television legacy for as long as I have. The flashbacks to my scenes from the 1980s are fantastic. What a great opportunity to relive some of my favorite Y&R moments. Little did I know, as a 22-year-old kid, that one role would change my life forever. It’s been a great ride, and it’s still going strong.
I hope the Y&R writers are watching and get inspired by my suggestion to have Ashley go full-Erika Jayne. If not, I’m still standing by my suggestion that I become one of Erika’s backup dancers. Although, after watching the auditions, I think involves a little more than I thought. But I can learn steps and be sexy! Show me the moves, and let me try out! As long as there’s a doctor, a cortisone shot, and an ice pack on hand, I think I could rock it. By the way, Erika, my birthday is June 15th…just saying.
Well, it’s been another fun-filled week on RHOBH. It seems like maybe not everyone feels that way…but I don’t care. I’m just gonna keep dancin’!