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After Elsa, it’s time for tea, so the ladies head into the kitchen. Lea, in the interests of maintaining some control over her evening, asks Joanna what the model’s side of Slappunch-gate is. When Joanna explains that Adriana hit her in the face, Lea is flabbergasted at the difference between the two stories because, from what I can gather, Adriana has now completely left out the fact that she slappunched Joanna in the face, and the entire story has become about how Joanna grabbed her shoulder and nothing else. Both women are pretty agog at the fact deficit, but for different reasons.
Later on, at Joanna’s apartment, Karen’t comes over so they can get ready together. Well, so Karen’t can put on her dress – Joanna already looks like a trillion bucks, so all she has to do is sit on the couch and look a sad doll. Which she does quite successfully. She bemoans the fact that she has to go the gala alone– Romain’s not going (they’re not speaking), Adriana’s going to be there and it’s just not going to be fun. She and Karen’t take their turn to rehash the evening, and Joanna reveals that she doesn’t even remember the slap. That’s how wasted she was. Eeesh. Not good. She interviews that the tussle with Adriana is the first physical fight she’s ever been in and that it’s laughable for Adriana to consider herself a classy lady. Same to you, my love. Same to you. Though, you’re a supermodel engaged to a nightclub owner, so I expect less from you. Karen’t, for her part, is just happy that she wasn’t at the center of another negative hurricane, regardless of how much of it she may have been completely responsible for.
And now it’s time for the gala!!!! The red carpet looks great, Toni Braxton is there, Queen Latifah is there, some guy who looks like Lou Ferrigno is there with Mario Lopez – good show, Blacks! Except for this. This is not okay.
Karen’t and Joanna arrive together, and Joanna worries that the scratches on her arms that Adriana gave her are visible. Well, the more you keep talking about them on national television, the more people will see them. She interviews, though, that as sad as she is inside (so many feelings) she’s happy to support Lea’s charity.
Meanwhile, at Ana’s house, we check in with the two women who won’t be present tonight, or “The Spinster Sisters,” as Bravo would have us believe. Both women have other plans and Marysol’s still not interested in anything Lea Black does, but all we hear them talk about are their respective divorces. Not a flattering light. Ana’s postponing her divorce, Marysol’s postponing hers AND sleeping over at her exes house and making him cry. Ha! I would not have pegged Marysol to wear the pants in that family. The verdict, both women need to move on from their respective douchebags. If only for my sake – this shit is boring. Back to the gala!