Rowling has faced criticism for her remarks on trans women. (Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Teddi Mellencamp fired from RHOBH amid All In By Teddi backlash

Teddi Mellencamp has been let go from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The reality star’s exit comes amid backlash around an allegation that her company, All In by Teddi, a weight-loss and accountability program, promotes disordered eating.” data-reactid=”16″>Teddi Mellencamp has been let go from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The reality star’s exit comes amid backlash around an allegation that her company, All In by Teddi, a weight-loss and accountability program, promotes disordered eating.

Mellencamp, who held a diamond for three seasons, confirmed her departure on social media amid rumors she was going to be fired. “You heard it here last,” she wrote on Instagram. 

Teddi Mellencamp’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills contract isn’t renewed amid backlash. (Photo: WireImage)

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In the video, Mellencamp — the youngest daughter of John Mellencamp — confirmed it was Bravo that chose not to renew her contract.

“Of course I could give you this standard response of ‘Oh we both came to the decision that it would be best —’ Nah, I’m not going to do that,” she shared. “Of course, when I got the news I was sad, it feels like a breakup almost because you develop such strong relationships with the cast and the crew.”

Denise Richards is out and Brandi Glanville is back in Beverly Hills

said on Monday’s The Real. “I just thought it was the right time for me to go and to just keep focusing on the other projects that I have. I had a great time. I will always be a fan and I will continue to support the show.”” data-reactid=”40″>“I had a great first season. The second season was challenging,” Richards said on Monday’s The Real. “I just thought it was the right time for me to go and to just keep focusing on the other projects that I have. I had a great time. I will always be a fan and I will continue to support the show.”

Garcelle Beauvais, fresh off her first season, will return next year even though her pal Richards will not.

There are two peaches up for grabs in Atlanta

said on her YouTube channel. “It was hard. I started on The Real Housewives of Atlanta in 2008. We took off like a rocket. I mean, we took off. You could have never told me that I would start on this little show and it still be going strong 13, 14 years later. And it is. I’m just so happy that I can say that I was a part of a genre that opened up doors for Black ensemble reality shows to step up and be a part of what we all now love so much, reality TV.”” data-reactid=”44″>“It wasn’t an easy decision for me,” Leakes said on her YouTube channel. “It was hard. I started on The Real Housewives of Atlanta in 2008. We took off like a rocket. I mean, we took off. You could have never told me that I would start on this little show and it still be going strong 13, 14 years later. And it is. I’m just so happy that I can say that I was a part of a genre that opened up doors for Black ensemble reality shows to step up and be a part of what we all now love so much, reality TV.”

Dorinda Medley sent shockwaves through the Bravoverse last month when she revealed she will no longer make it nice on camera. “But all things must come to an end,” she wrote on Instagram.

said.” data-reactid=”54″>“I am really hopeful that this is indeed a pause, and that she will rejoin the show at some point. I have said that to her a couple of times, and by the way, I do not say that too often,” the executive producer said.

reportedly holding out for more money. “My work here isn’t done yet,” the fashion designer told a fan. McSweeney has said she hopes to diversify the cast.” data-reactid=”55″>Meanwhile, newbie (and budding franchise star) Leah McSweeney will return for a second season after reportedly holding out for more money. “My work here isn’t done yet,” the fashion designer told a fan. McSweeney has said she hopes to diversify the cast.

Hello, Salt Lake City

Entertainment Weekly. “It’s a locale we’ve never been, and it’s gorgeous and it’s unique, and when you have the overlay of the Mormon culture, it becomes something really interesting.”” data-reactid=”60″>“We’re always looking for cities that have their own personality, a point of view,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “It’s a locale we’ve never been, and it’s gorgeous and it’s unique, and when you have the overlay of the Mormon culture, it becomes something really interesting.”