The Real Housewives Collaborated On An Insane Music Video

I watch a lot of Real Housewives, and there are over 100 women who have graced the Bravo reunion couches in the past decade. Of course, we all have our favorite housewives, but keeping up with what all of them are doing on social media is basically impossible. Mostly, it’s a mix of mid-tier sponsored posts and vacations I could never afford, but this week, something happened that’s just too important to ignore. Five of the biggest all-stars of the Real Housewives franchise collaborated on a music video for Fiber One, and it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me.

Many Housewives have tried their hand at pop music careers over the years, to varying degrees of success. Erika Jayne and Countess LuAnn are selling out their shows across the country, while the last time I thought about buying a ticket to see Kim Zolciak Biermann perform her hit “Tardy to the Party” was approximately never. Sorry, not sorry. But luckily the people at Fiber One know how to produce a bop worthy of these housewives, so let’s discuss the masterpiece that is “Work Done.”

The song, which is also available on Spotify (you’re welcome) is performed by Melissa Gorga, Porsha Williams, and Sonja Morgan, and the video features special appearances by Tamra Judge and Dorinda Medley. In the video, they’re all wearing matching sequined navy and red jumpsuits, and I’ve got to say that they all look incredible. I simply don’t believe that Porsha had a baby less than five months ago—it’s not fair. The theme of the song is a tongue-in-cheek nod to how all of them have had their fair share of nips and tucks (especially the ladies of the OC, let’s be real), but whatever they’ve had done, it’s working for all of them.

Okay, I low-key want these brownies now. In general, I’m impressed with how committed all of these ladies seem to serving their best fierce-music-video attitudes, because this could’ve gone very badly if they didn’t pull their weight. That Fiber One check must’ve been pretty hefty, because they’re all fully into it.

Throughout the video, we get some classic Housewives catchphrases and big personality moments, which obviously makes it a must-see for any Housewives fan. Dorinda gets to say two of her most iconic lines, which is a good thing, because I personally would’ve protested if she didn’t make a reference to making it nice.

Tamra also appears basically just to throw in her iconic “THAT’S MY OPINION” line, which I could watch until the end of time. I’m just finishing binging all 13 seasons of RHOC (yes, I also have a full-time job), and even though Tamra is a professional sh*t-disturber, I can’t help but love every single thing that she does.

Sonja Morgan is in rare form for basically the whole video, starting off with when she asks everyone to wait while she fixes her top. I don’t know if this was planned in the song, or if Sonja actually stopped the recording to fix her top, but I’m hoping it was the latter. Either way, I’m dead. She also gifts us with another line during her verse that I have a feeling is going to be a new catchphrase: “New nose, who dis?”

Really, “new nose, who dis?” is the perfect way to acknowledge your plastic surgery while showing that you don’t give a f*ck. I’ve met Sonja in real life, and she’s actually like, strikingly beautiful. I’m sure it’s not 100% natural, but who tf cares?

If you couldn’t tell, this gif basically sums up my feelings about this entire music video:

Here’s the full music video for “Work Done,” and if you need me, you can find me on Hulu watching Real Housewives at basically any time.

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The Worst Real Housewives Taglines Of All Time

Everyone knows the best part of a new season of Real Housewives is hearing all of their ridiculous taglines. Some of them are actually really good, (ahem, all of Lisa Vanderpump’s) but most of them are cringeworthy, the same sort of thing over and over, or straight-up embarrassing. Like, how many of them say something along the lines of “I live in this city, it is my city” (I mean, no sh*t) or, “I have a family that is important”? However, the bland ones cancel each other out, and I went on a mission to find some of the worst taglines of all time. Please add ones you despise in the comments. There were so many good/bad ones that it was tough to choose!

Erika Girardi, Beverly Hills, Season 6

What the actual f*ck is this? It means literally nothing. I think she’s supposed to be referencing this World War II speech from Winston Churchill, saying Russia’s actions are “a riddle wrapped in mystery inside an enigma”. First of all, that is wordy, but it at least makes sense. But for a Housewives tagline, this is a weird thing to draw inspo from, to put it mildly. I will give Erika this: she is definitely an enigma. But in more of a what-drugs-is-this-woman-taking way. (Honestly, the same could be said of many of the Housewives.)

Jo De La Rosa, Orange County, Season 1

Oh my God, does Orange County have some of the worst Housewives taglines, especially from Season 1! I almost did Kimberly Bryant’s, where she says “85% of women in OC have breast implants”, but I’m from there, and that is unfortunately true. I call it the OC Special to get the same boobs and nose as everyone else, because they all go to the same three surgeons, so it’s like attack of the clones. It’s a creepy place. Anyway, speaking of creepy, I went with Jo’s, because this tagline is so creepy, with or without context. Considering Slimeball Slade was holding Jo hostage during their relationship, all I can think is, he’s keeping you where, his basement? Thankfully, Jo peaced the f*ck out of that one, and in a fun karmic twist, Slade is now broke and is Gretchen Rossi’s bitch.

Melissa Gorga, New Jersey, Season 8

Okay, so this is supposed to be a pun because her clothing store is named Envy. But like, Mel, do you know the meaning of the word envy? That’s just… not how it works. You cannot envy yourself. The fact that I even have to explain this to you tells me that you did not have a clear grasp on the definition of this word when you decided to dedicate your professional life to it. I find this VERY ANNOYING.

Alexis Bellino, Orange County, Season 6

Oh, Jesus Jugs herself. All of her taglines were creepy, but this one is the worst by far. Like, first of all, your body is plastic. Also, your “king” was a creep who left you. Also, it is soooooooooooooo creepy to use God and a sexual innuendo in the same breath. Please stop. I also really hate super religious people who are like, “God can do no wrong, but let me cut up my whole body and fill it with silicone bags because it wasn’t good enough.” (Again, I bring you Orange County.)

Joyce Giraud, Beverly Hills, Season 4

This one is just f*cking yikes all around. Has Joyce heard of eating disorders? It doesn’t help that I already hated, *HATED* her, but how asinine can you be? Especially in LA, where people are always trying to get thinner in unhealthy ways (disorders, surgery, drugs), like maybe have a teeny bit of social awareness? I feel like the producers would definitely not let this one slide in 2019. Also, “you can never be too young”? Like yes, you can, just ask R. Kelly.

Kristen Taekman, New York City, Season 6

Why are so many of the worst Housewives taglines from season 6? It’s just a dark time if you make that far in a show, I guess? (CC: Vanderpump Rules.This is actually what I would consider THE WORST TAGLINE OF ALL TIME. I mean, wow, what a time for feminism with this moron walking around. Even more concerning, she has a daughter. I could not believe when I heard this. Especially because Kristen says it in like a whiny, weird way. Like, “but I’m PREEEEEEEETTTTYYYY”, like she’s talking to a small child who has had part of their brain removed. Or maybe like she is the small child with part of her brain removed. But she’s preeeeeeettttty.

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