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Being a woman is hard work, but these ladies do it with ease – and then some. From Kim Zolciak Biermann to Countess Luann, Bravo is filled with women who rock just like Meryl Streep, who goes rock-and-roll in her new role as Ricki Rendazzo in Sony’s upcoming movie Ricki and The Flash. Whether you want to coin your own catchphrase or stick out in a sea of Upper East Side clones, there is something to be learned from each of these Bravo rockstars.
In Ricki and The Flash, three-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep and daughter, Mamie Gummer star in a story about the question every Mother asks…can you have it all? Meryl plays Ricki Rendazzo, a rocker who returns home to reconnect with her family and learns that some second chances are worth fighting for. Get ready for Ricki, in theaters August 7.
Luann de Lesseps
Never count out the countess. The RHONY star knows how to be on her best behavior and have a fabulous time. Her latest single “Girl Code” follows earlier favorites “Money Can’t Buy You Class” and “Chic, C’est La Vie,” proving good manners never go out of style.
Kim Zolciak Biermann
The RHOA alum taught us all the most important rule of socializing (through song, natch): Don’t be tardy for the party. As mother to Brielle, Ariana, Kash, Kaia, KJ, and Kane Kim certainly her hands full but makes multi-tasking look good.
If you need proof that RHOA star rocks, a Grammy Award and songwriting credits for acts like Destiny’s Child, TLC, and Boyz II Men should do the trick.
The former model and RHOBH star has three beautiful children, an incredibly talented husband, and a refrigerator to die for. Her down-to-Earth lifestyle and sage wisdom helps keep this #ProudMommy grounded even in the toughest of times.
Fit and fabulous, the RHONJ mom put her musical skills “On Display” in 2011. We can only assume kids Anotnia, Gino, and Joey have inherited her dance moves.
Odd Mom Out’s titular character reminds both her kids and her viewers that it’s OK to be different, and it’s more than OK to love bread.