Kyle Richards Dishes on ‘RHOBH’ Photo That Got Her in ‘Trouble’

first_imgNot all of the Bravo stars were invited, however, which ruffled Garcelle Beauvais’ feathers.“Then Garcelle was, like, well, we weren’t invited,” Richards said, noting “it doesn’t really work like that.”Kyle Richards Shares RHOBH Reunion Photo That Got Her TroubleKyle Richards. Broadimage/ShutterstockShe added: “I didn’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings. There’s never been a reunion ever where everyone went out together in the history of reunions.”- Advertisement – Drama, drama, drama! Kyle Richards has turned heads starring on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but it was one recent photo that caused some of her castmates to come at her negatively.During a game of Us Weekly’s “I Can Explain,” the reality star, 51, broke down some of her most iconic Instagram photos over the years — and explained why she got heat for posing alongside some of the RHOBH ladies after the season 10 reunion.- Advertisement – The American Woman producer also shared the story behind two of her goofiest photos with some of her fellow Bravo stars — both of which were taken at Andy Cohen’s baby shower in January 2019.“This was at Andy Cohen’s baby shower when we’re leaving,” Richards said of a photo where she puckered up to kiss Real Housewives of Orange County alum Tamra Judge. “That was a really fun event. That’s never going to be topped.”During the same bash, Richards got up and danced on a table with Rinna, 57, and Cohen, 52, which she later posted online.“That is [us] dancing on a tabletop, of course, having the time of our lives,” she told Us. “That was at the baby shower having so much fun. I always think, ‘Gosh, if Andy has another baby we’re not going to be able to top the baby shower.’”Kyle Richards Shares RHOBH Reunion Photo That Got Her TroubleKyle Richards. The Halloween actress dished about a few other memorable photos from her Instagram feed, including a sexy bikini photo from her Mexican vacation in August and a sleepover snap with Kris Jenner and Faye Resnick.To see what she had to say about her famous friendships and fun family photos, check out the exclusive Us Weekly video above.Listen to Getting Real with the Housewives, your one-stop destination for Housewives news and exclusive interviews “That was right after the reunion,” Richards exclusively told Us, referencing a group shot she posted in July with Erika Jayne, Teddi Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley and Lisa Rinna. “That picture got me in a lot of trouble, because normally after the reunion we all split off into groups.”Kyle Richards Shares RHOBH Reunion Photo That Got Her TroubleErika Jayne, Teddi Jo Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards Courtesy of Lisa Rinna/InstagramThe Little House on the Prairie alum explained that “inevitably there’s always someone not talking. So, we split off into groups, some go here, some go there,” which happened after the reunion wrapped.“So, after it ended — Dorit and I weren’t even talking before the reunion — so I texted some people, and was, like, ‘I fixed things with Dorit,’ whatever, I said, ‘Does anyone want to come over?’” she recalled. “Everyone was like, ‘Please I want to have a drink, a cocktail.’”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Moyes pay-off ‘in single digits’

first_img United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward also said an announcement on a new manager would be made “in due course” – it is understood the expected appointment of Dutch coach Louis van Gaal will not take place before next week. Woodward said in a conference call to club investors that the cost to United of not playing in the Champions League next season would be “in the mid-£30millions” and that there was a determination to return to Europe’s top club competition. Manchester United’s pay-off for David Moyes will be “single-digit millions” it has emerged, as club chiefs promised major investments on new transfers to ensure a return to the Champions League. Woodward said finishing seventh in the Premier League had been “very disappointing” and suggested missing out on Europe had led to the sacking of Moyes last month. He said: “The club’s expectations – and you will see this reflected in the transfer market and what we have recently done from a managerial perspective – are absolutely to get back into the Champions League. “We will be active in the transfer market and deals will be done.” In relation to the pay-off to Moyes and his backroom staff who also left the club, investors were told the figure would be revealed in September and it was expected “to be single-digit million pounds”. Woodward said record revenues for the third quarter of the financial year puts United in a good position to invest in the squad and challenge for the title next season. United reported revenues of £115.5million for the quarter, up 26 per cent, mainly due to rises in income from Premier League broadcasting money and sponsorship deals. “We once again generated record revenue,” added Woodward. “This puts us in a healthy financial position to continue to invest in the squad. Everyone at the club is working hard to ensure the team is back challenging for the title and trophies next season.” The players’ wage bill was also up however by 18.9 per cent, reflecting the arrivals of Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini plus new deals for Nani and Adnan Januzaj. Wayne Rooney also signed a new deal during the current financial year but it is understood that is for the same level as his previous contract – around £230,000 a week – but he earns more from a separate image rights contract which is not reflected in United’s staff costs. Sponsorship income rose 43.5 per cent while United’s overall debt is down 4.3 per cent at £351.7million, while the cost of servicing that debt also fell – there was a £2.8million reduction in interest payable following refinancing in June last year. Broadcasting revenue for the third quarter was £35.6million, an increase of £13.9million, or 64.1 per cent, due to increased revenue from the Premier League. Woodward said the increase from the Premier League would soften the financial impact of missing out on Europe. He said: “Due to relatively high broadcasting revenues we estimate that the isolated impact for not qualifying for European football will be in the mid £30millions of pounds which includes a 15 per cent reduction in the price of executive facilities next year.” The club and 62-year-old Van Gaal, currently coach of Holland, are understood to have reached a broad agreement but no deal has yet been signed. Van Gaal is busy with preparations for Holland’s friendly against Ecuador at the Amsterdam ArenA on Saturday, and sources close to the club have ruled out any announcement taking place either side of that fixture. United’s interim manager Ryan Giggs was photographed leaving a hotel in the Dutch town of Noordwijk on Wednesday, where it is understood the 40-year-old had a meeting with Van Gaal. Giggs’ playing contract expires in June and he is expected to be offered a senior coaching role, though it is not known whether he intends to keep playing next season. Press Associationlast_img read more

Northern Strikers U-14 girls win Bronze at Powerpplay Cup

first_img-submittedThis past weekend the Northern Strikers U14 Girls team was in Edmonton for the Power Play Cup. With a team evenly split between U12 & U14 players, they were out-sized and out-muscled in most of their games and gave up a 6-3 decision in their first game. They pulled together in their next two, including coming back from one goal down in their final game to tie it up and then win in an NHL-style shoot-out. – Advertisement -This was good for the bronze medal, and a good primer for the Alberta Soccer Provincials in Calgary, March 21-22.last_img read more

UAW, GM in talks to head off strike

first_img“I see some posturing to let them know a strike is still a tool that can be used, but it’s like bleeding both patients in the negotiations with leeches,” he said. “It would bleed both sides to death.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! DETROIT – As United Auto Workers union members prepared for a possible strike Friday against General Motors Corp., analysts said a short-term walkout probably wouldn’t cause too much financial pain but could hurt the automaker’s launch of some critical 2008 vehicles. Negotiations were under way Friday afternoon ahead of the midnight deadline to agree on a new contract, GM spokesman Dan Flores said. “We are fully committed to working with the UAW to develop solutions together to address the competitive challenges facing General Motors,” he said. “We remain focused on reaching a tentative agreement as soon as possible.” Union officials said they were told to expect a phone call from Detroit about 10 p.m. EDT (7 p.m. PDT) telling them whether they should strike or stay on the job. The UAW chose GM as its lead company and possible strike target Thursday. Typically, the union negotiates a contract with the lead company and then presses the other two Detroit automakers to accept the same terms. Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler LLC have extended their contracts indefinitely, although talks are continuing and either side could break off the contract extension with three days’ notice. The UAW could strike GM after the midnight deadline, or the two sides could continue negotiating and workers would be covered by the terms of the old contract. Jim Graham, the president of UAW Local 1112 in Lordstown, Ohio, said his local union was awaiting word from the union and was ready to strike at midnight Friday. GM had a 65-day supply of vehicles at the end of August, slightly lower than the 67-day average for the U.S.-based automakers, according to Ward’s AutoInfoBank. Paul Taylor, chief economist for the National Automobile Dealers Association, said the ideal is a 60-day supply, so that indicates GM didn’t build up its inventory in anticipation of a strike. Taylor said a short strike could actually help GM reduce its inventory of pickups. Right now, the Chevrolet Silverado stands at a 90-day supply, higher than the industry average of 81 days for pickups. GM announced last month that it plans to cut 1,200 jobs at one of the plants that makes the Silverado, and a strike could speed that process. But Taylor said a longer strike, or a strike that could hurt hot-selling vehicles, would be disastrous. The Buick Enclave crossover, for example, has only a 24-day supply and is leading a revival of the Buick brand. Taylor said Asian automakers have enough inventory – an average supply of 45 days – to pick up the slack if GM’s supply diminished, which would also hurt the company. last_img read more