Dorinda Medley Felt Ramona Singer Was ‘Insensitive’ to Her on ‘RHONY’

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Hard time for a housewife. Dorinda Medley has had a difficult time during season 12 of The Real Housewives of New York City and her longtime friend, Ramona Singer, hasn’t been her biggest support system.

On the May 21 episode of the Bravo hit, viewers saw the pair trade some personal insults, with Ramona, 63, claiming that Dorinda, 55, “takes people down all the time.”

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“I felt like Ramona was a little insensitive to me for what I was going through this year,” Dorinda tells Us Weekly in the latest episode of ‘Getting Real with the Housewives’ podcast. “I needed a soft place to land, and I needed her to be more of a soft place to land than I felt like she was being.”

Dorinda has been openly dealing with her split from longtime boyfriend John Mahdessian, mourning her late husband, Richard H. Medley, who died in 2011 and dealing with the massive flood at her Blue Stone Manor.

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“Ramona was very critical of me bringing up Richard. Critical of me going through what I’m going through, critical of whatever,” Dorinda explained to Us. “And you know, Ramona and I have been in each other’s lives a long time and gone through a lot of things. I thought she would be more empathetic than she was.”

The Massachusetts native and the Life on the Ramona Coaster author appeared to patch things up on the latest episode, but she can’t say the same about her feud with Tinsley Mortimer.

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“Obviously we didn’t end well, but I never really saw Tinsley when we weren’t filming,” Dorinda told Us. “You always wish you’d handled these things better, but you know what, as I always say, that’s how I was feeling at the time.”

The Real Housewives of New York City airs on Thursdays on Bravo at 9 p.m. ET.

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Mothers reveal how they felt on their first day of being a parent

What the first moments of motherhood are REALLY like: Women reveal their complex emotions from feeling judged by nurses to mourning their old life – and some admit they felt nothing

  • Mothers from around the world have revealed how they felt after giving birth
  • Writing on confessions app Whisper, many admitted they experienced fear 
  • One said she felt judged by the nurses for her decision not to breastfeed

Many mothers share snaps of joyous first moments with their newborn on social media, but some have confessed their own experiences were not suitable for camera.

Writing on anonymous sharing app Whisper, women from around the world have revealed how they felt during the first day of motherhood. 

One woman said she felt judged by the hospital nurses for deciding not to breastfeed after having an emergency c-section and a rough night.

Meanwhile, others admitted they felt terrified after experiencing trauma – including one mother who spent over 40 hours in labour and spent the first night worrying because her daughter was born prematurely. 

Mothers from around the world revealed how they felt within the first few hours of giving birth, including an anonymous parent, from an unknown location, who didn’t know she was pregnant until she was in labour

A mother, who lives in Kentucky, said she felt relieved after giving birth because she almost died in the process 

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One woman, who is believed to be from America, confessed she felt scared on the first night with her daughter because it felt like she was saying goodbye to her old life 

Another anonymous woman, from an unknown location, said she felt judged by the nurses in her hospital for not breastfeeding

A woman, from Connecticut, confessed she felt like something was wrong with her because she couldn’t cry when her daughter was born

One woman, who lives in New Mexico, revealed she didn’t have any emotion for the first six months after her baby was born 

Another mother from America said she felt terrified when her daughter was born three months early and had to stay in intensive care

A woman who lives in Utah said she spent over 40 hours in labour and felt terrified when her daughter was born prematurely 

A single mother who lives in Arizona confessed she had no experience with babies before she gave birth and relied on her father for help

One anonymous mother, from an unknown location, said the first few days after giving birth were rough because she was very sick and unable to see her child for three days 

Another mother, from, an unknown location, revealed she developed postpartum depression after feeling guilty for having a child 

A woman, from an unknown location, who gave birth two months early, said she was worried that her son wouldn’t survive 

Another woman, believed to be from America, spent her first night of being a mother scared after her baby was taken to a children’s hospital 

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Jason Manford felt ‘useless’ before becoming a supermarket delivery driver – The Sun

JASON Manford has said he signed up to be a supermarket delivery driver after feeling "useless" as an entertainer during the pandemic.

The comedian applied to be a driver at Tesco to help out after his musical tour was cancelled – but he was knocked back before being snapped up by Iceland for a charity shift.

Speaking on today's Good Morning Britain, he said: "It was one of those things. I was on tour with a musical and it got cancelled. I was feeling a bit useless.

"They were saying they need 50,000 people, it was crazy so I just applied for a few things to see if I could help. Then seven weeks later I got a formal rejection letter.

"Then Iceland said why don’t you come and work for us for an afternoon and they’re donating £3,000 to a charity I’m patron of."

The kind-hearted comedian revealed it was his key worker parents who inspired him to help.

He added: "My mum’s a nurse and my dad’s a janitor and they’re both key workers.

"My dad always says when a key worker finishes they want to forget about their day and it’s where entertainers come into their own.

"I do a quiz on Fridays at 8pm, and I do a kids one on Wednesday afternoon to give everyone a break from homeschooling.

And he said he had hopes that the community spirit many in the country have found during lockdown will remain when it is all over.

Jason said: "I feel like one of the positives that has come out of this is community spirit.

"There are neighbours we’ve never spoken to and now we’re on WhatsApp with them. For me it’s definitely brought me out of the house with the neighbours and checking in.

"I hope that’s one of the things we keep it after this."

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Rob Gronkowski ‘Felt on Top of the World’ on ‘Masked Singer’

Tiger tough! After being eliminated from The Masked Singer, Rob Gronkowski revealed what it was like to take the TV stage and how it differed from playing football.

“The feeling after was sort of the same as after a big game,” Gronkowski, who was the White Tiger on the Fox show, told Us Weekly exclusively on Wednesday, April 1. “I had that feeling like you’re on top of the world.”

He added: “In that moment, you feel good, loose, like you’re floating, that’s how you feel when you give it all you have, it just feels good! You get those good vibrations.”

The former New England Patriots tight end, 30, was eliminated during Wednesday’s episode after performing “I’m Too Sexy.”

When it came to performing his final song, the former athlete turned to his girlfriend, Camille Kostek, for some advice on his catwalk.

“She taught me how to shake around and dance,” Gronkowski said of his model girlfriend, 28. “She taught me how to do the catwalk, but I think I spiced it up a little bit.”

The New York native went on to admit that he chose “Ice Ice Baby” as his first song because it has been his “go-to karaoke song for my whole life.”

Gronkowski added that he enjoyed his time on the competition series and plans to take a few things he’s learned with him as he heads home.

“I’m going to take that swag from the stage, more into my everyday life,” he revealed.

The University of Arizona alum will also be sure to bring his musical talents to his family and friend functions in the future.

“Whenever I’m with my friends and with my family, well guess what? Now I know a couple songs,” he told Us. “I’ve already been just singing all of ‘Ice Ice Baby’ out of the blue and at the family dinner table, and just entertaining and making people feel good.”

The Masked Singer airs on Fox on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

With reporting by Emily Longeretta

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