When it comes to The Real Girlfriends in Paris, one thing that we’ve been waiting for Victoria and Margaux to realize all season is that the problem – well it’s been them. Both have been exclusionary and seemed to act as though they are more important or mean more than the others.
But it’s felt like neither one has really given the other girls a chance to really express who they are. They’ve seemed to be a little judgy (and by that we mean a lot). Now before you come for us, we’re allowed to feel how we feel. We know that television can edit things a certain way, so you never know how a person really is.
But those two have felt like the mean girls in high school who made everyone cry.
We’ve said from the beginning that Adja and Kacey felt like the realist girls on this show. They weren’t afraid to say what they thought, they weren’t afraid to be real, and they weren’t afraid to fight for their friends.
In our exclusive clip from tonights season finale of Real Girlfriends in Paris, Adja is the one who addresses the divide. Not shocking to us, Victoria and Margaux don’t seem to be receptive to the realness. Instead Victoria is like well, you want to call me out, let me gaslight you.
It’s called responsibility Victoria. Take it.
We’re hoping that the girl all find a common ground tonight, because if they continue down this path of separation and divide, they will all feel hurt. We’re never about people feeling hurt.
Female friendships are so powerful – we should all be lifting each other up. We should be able to find a common ground. We should be able to be there for each other. We’d like to congratulate Emily Gorelik, Anya Firestone, Adja Toure, Victoria Zito, Margaux Lignel, and Kacey Margo on a great first season.
Tonight the season finale of Real Girlfriends in Paris airs on Bravo. Will you be watching?