Gone but not forgotten! Wonderwall.com is checking in with some of our favorite former Bravolebrities to find out what they're up to these days, starting with the one and only Bethenny Frankel! Long before the launch of her Skinnygirl lifestyle brand, Bethenny made a name for herself on "The Real Housewives of New York City." She starred on the first three seasons then returned for season 7, where she stuck around until departing after season 11 in 2019. What's Bethenny up to today? Keep reading to find out where she and other "Housewives" ladies, "Below Deck" crew members, "Shahs of Sunset" personalities and more onetime Bravo stars are today…
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Since leaving "The Real Housewives of New York City" in 2019, Bethenny Frankel has kept busy as the founder of BStrong. Her disaster relief organization has been working hard during the COVID-19 pandemic to deliver personal protective equipment to organizations in need. She's also continued to work with her mega-successful Skinnygirl brand and in 2019 signed a development deal with MGM Television and super-producer Mark Burnett. When it comes to her personal life, Bethenny has been dating Paul Bernon since 2018. In September 2020, she revealed on "Watch What Happens Live" that she's technically still married to ex Jason Hoppy, from whom she split in 2012.
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Adrienne Gang was the first chief stewardess we met on "Below Deck" when the show premiered on Bravo back in 2013. That season, the crew worked on the mega-yacht Honor, which cruised around the Caribbean. Adrienne only served as chief stew for that inaugural season before Kate Chastain took over the role from 2014 until 2019.
These days, Adrienne Gang is still working on boats! Instead of serving as chief stew, she works on yachts as a chef. She married Andrew Danks in 2018 and seems to still keep in touch with former and current "Below Deck" stars — as seen here in a September 2020 selfie with Alex Radcliffe from season 5 of "Below Deck Mediterranean."
Lauren Wirkus, who found fame on the first two seasons of "Summer House," said bye bye to Bravo in 2018. She famously made waves on the show with her on-again, off-again relationship with co-star Carl Radke and her antics with twin sister Ashley Wirkus. So where is she now?
Sorry, Carl, but Lauren Wirkus is off the market. The former reality star married David Raih, a wide receivers coach for the Arizona Cardinals, in June 2020 just a few months after they got engaged. The wedding was earlier than originally planned and much smaller — even twin sister Ashley wasn't in attendance! — due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lauren now calls Scottsdale, Arizona, home. She's even been featured on the cover of local magazine So Scottsdale.
Next up is Ashley Wirkus! She appeared on the inaugural season of "Summer House" with twin sister Lauren but left after that to spend more time with her husband, Brad McAtee, in San Diego.
Ashley Wirkus is still married but has expanded her family! The former reality star gave birth to son Dean in 2019. She owns a resale boutique in Carlsbad, California, called Uptown Carlsbad.
Who could forget Laura-Leigh? Though the aspiring actress only appeared on the first season of "Vanderpump Rules," she stirred up enough drama during her fling with Jax Taylor to remain very memorable. So where is the former reality star today?
Laura-Leigh remains very active on social media, where she often shows off her new four-legged friend Halo. She also continued to act post-"Vanderpump Rules" including with a role in 2013's "We're the Millers" (which famously caused her to leave her job as a waitress at Sur) and, more recently, with a role in the 2018 film "Under the Silver Lake" plus an episode of "Blue Bloods" in 2019.
Taylor Armstrong was an OG on season 1 of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" who had her fair share of memorable moments on her three seasons. Who could forget the $60,000 birthday party she threw for then-4-year-old daughter Kennedy?! Sadly, she filed for divorce from her abusive husband, venture capitalist Russell Armstrong, after filming season 2 and he took his own life a month later. Let's check in with Taylor today…
From Beverly Hills to Orange County! Taylor Armstrong, who slowly healed from the trauma of her estranged husband's death, now actually lives in nearby Orange County, California. In 2014, she married attorney John Bluher (pictured). They appeared on VH1's "Couples Therapy" — her most recent stint on reality television — that same year. When it comes to keeping in touch with her former castmates, Taylor told Bravo in September 2020 that it's tough to see the Beverly Hills gals but that she does often run into former "The Real Housewives of Orange County" stars like Vicki Gunvalson and Gretchen Rossi.
Landon Clements starred on "Southern Charm" from season 2 until season 4. She left the show in 2017 and made a major move.
These days, Landon Clement lives in California where she works in Beverly Hills as a real estate agent. In February 2020, she paid a visit to her old stomping grounds, sharing details of her trip to Charleston on Instagram. She had dating during her time on the show and it appears the reality star remains on the market.
"NYC Prep" became a Bravo cult favorite when it aired back in 2009. The one-season-wonder series followed six teens in Manhattan who were living real lives akin to those on the fictional series "Gossip Girl." Camille Hughes was the resident genius — considered by some to be the Blair Waldorf of the series — who had dreams of going to Harvard.
Unfortunately, Camille Hughes didn't get into Harvard. The teen went on to attend the College of William & Mary where she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. She's since resettled in the Southern California city of San Clemente where she works for Arbonne and lives with fiancé, Michael, who popped the question during coronavirus quarantine.
"Ladies of London" was another beloved show on Bravo that was gone too soon, lasting just three seasons. Caroline Stanbury seemed to be living the dream with handsome hubby Cem Habib and their three adorable kids. But what happened after her move to Dubai at the end of season 3?
Since filming "Ladies of London," Caroline Stanbury and husband Cem Habib have gone their separate ways. She announced their split in December 2019 following 17 years of marriage. But despite the divorce, things are looking up in the romance department! In July 2020, Caroline went Insta-official with new beau Sergio Carrallo, a soccer player 18 years her junior (seen here). Since hanging up her reality TV hat, Caroline has been building her brand in the Middle East though hasn't ruled out a turn on another reality TV show. "If I got the right project, I'd love to return to TV," Caroline told Bravo's The Daily Dish in 2020.
Heather Dubrow starred on five seasons of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" before throwing in the towel after season 11. We're checking in with the wealthy actress-turned-reality star to see what she's been up to since she last graced our screens in 2016…
Heather Dubrow is still acting occasionally — she appeared on an episode of "Young & Hungry" in 2017. She's also kept busy working on her podcast, "Heather Dubrow's World," plus a podcast with her plastic surgeon hubby, Dr. Terry Dubrow, called "Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig," as well as her YouTube channel, Heather's Closet. She and Terry also have their Consult Beaute skincare line, which fans saw come to life on "The Real Housewives of Orange County," plus she released a book in 2018 — "The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless." In 2020, Heather and Terry collaborated on another book, "The Dubrow Keto Fusion Diet: The Ultimate Plan for Interval Eating and Sustainable Fat Burning."
Bravo fans adored "Flipping Out," the show that followed famously quick-tempered real estate investor-designer Jeff Lewis. After 11 seasons, the show ended in November 2018 amidst a feud with co-star Jenni Pulos. The finale episode showed the longtime friends and co-workers in an explosive fight that ended both their friendship and their working relationship. So where's Jeff now?
Though Jeff Lewis hasn't returned to the Bravo screen, he does have some working ties with Bravo bigwig Andy Cohen. Jeff continues to host "Jeff Lewis Live" on Radio Andy on Sirius XM. He split with longtime partner Gage Edward shortly after "Flipping Out" ended in January 2019 and the two have continued to engage in a custody battle for daughter Monroe. As for Jenni Pulos? She and Jeff reportedly still haven't spoken, even after he sent an apology via text in January 2020.
Sheree Whitfield starred on four seasons of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" before leaving the show in 2012.
Sheree Whitfield was dating Tyrone Gilliams, who was in federal prison at the time, when Bravo cameras stopped following her. In May 2020, Sheree revealed that they were no longer together, telling Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live," "Your girl is single and ready to mingle." Aside from moving on in the relationship department, she's also expanded her resume. She continues to work on her fashion line, She by Sheree, has served as an executive producer on WeTV's "Selling it in ATL" and wrote the novel "Wives, Fiancees, and Side-Chicks of Hotlanta." Sheree has also been involved in various philanthropies including the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, serving as an ambassador for the organization. In 2020, Sheree revealed on "WWHL" that she would be open to returning to "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in the future.
Asa Soltan Rahmati starred on "Shahs of Sunset" for the show's first six seasons. She did a stint as a guest on season 7 but has left the show since then. Where is she now?
Asa Soltan Rahmati is a busy mom! She welcomed son Soltan with longtime partner Jermaine Jackson Jr. in 2017. The onetime Diamond Water entrepreneur is also a busy businesswoman who's continued to work on Asa Kaftans, her kaftan and clothing line that has a brick-and-mortar store on famed Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, California.
After three seasons on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Yolanda Hadid left the show after season 6.
Yolanda Hadid has a new man in her life! In September 2020, she opened up about new beau Joseph Jingoli on Instagram in honor of his birthday. The two have reportedly been dating since early 2019 and live just 10 miles apart in her new home state of Pennsylvania. The former reality star resettled on the East Coast in recent years and has been happily living the farm life in rural Pennsylvania where she's 95% recovered from the debilitating case of Lyme disease that was chronicled on her seasons of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Aside from a happy new relationship, she also has a new title — Grandma! Supermodel daughter Gigi Hadid gave birth to a daughter with partner Zayn Malik in September 2020. When it comes to former co-stars, Yolanda noted to Bravo in May 2020 that she only talks to Erika Jayne occasionally.
Stephen McGee appeared on "Summer House" for the show's first two seasons. On screen, he was famously close with the Wirkus twins and struggled with his family, who didn't accept his homosexuality. So where is he now?
Stephen McGee is still close with the Wirkus ladies and has even expanded his Bravo friend circle. He and Lauren Wirkus attended "Vanderpump Rules" stars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright's wedding together in 2019. He currently works as an event planner in New York City and is active on social media, where in September 2020 he shared that he'd reached an important milestone: one year of sobriety. (Fun fact: To this day, we still don't know who his mystery high-profile off-screen boyfriend was!)
Kari Wells only did one season of "Married to Medicine" but has since popped up every now and then thanks to her friendship with cast member Toya Bush-Harris. She was the only original cast member to do just one season of the series.
Post-"Married to Medicine," Kari Wells has kept busy. She wrote an anti-bullying book for children called "The Pink Monkey." She also temporarily returned to the small screen on two episodes of "The Haves and the Have Nots" on the OWN Network in 2015 and appeared on an episode of "The Grand Prince of Moscow" later that year. She's still happily married to Dr. Duncan Wells and chronicles her busy family life on social media.
Lilly Ghalichi appeared on seasons 2 and 3 of "Shahs of Sunset" before leaving the dramatic Bravo show about a group of Persian friends living in Los Angeles.
Lilly Ghalichi has been pretty busy since showcasing her life on Bravo. In 2017, the former reality star wed Dara Mir, with whom she welcomed daughter Alara in 2018. The couple split in 2019 and temporarily reunited before Lilly filed for divorce in August 2020. As for her professional life, she's a busy beauty entrepreneur who runs the eyelash company Lilly Lashes, among other beauty projects.