‘Shocking RHOSLC Season 4 Finale Praised by Jennifer Lawrence at Golden Globes’

SALT LAKE CITY – At the Golden Globes red carpet, actress Jennifer Lawrence, known for her roles in films such as “The Hunger Games” and “Silver Linings Playbook”, expressed her admiration for the Season 4 finale of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” (RHOSLC). Lawrence, an avid Bravo fan, commended the reality TV show for its jaw-dropping conclusion.

During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Lawrence stated, “I just want to give a shoutout to the best finale I have ever seen on reality TV. It was amazing.” The finale featured star Heather Gay exposing her co-star Monica Garcia for her involvement in an Instagram account that had been trolling the RHOSLC personalities over the years.

Lawrence admitted that she had watched the finale a couple of days after it aired but felt compelled to see it after her friends discussed it in a group chat. She declared, “I was stone-cold sober because I was starving for this event. I was jaw-dropped.”

While RHOSLC is not Lawrence’s favorite iteration of “The Real Housewives”, she expressed her excitement for the reboot of “The Real Housewives of New York City” which introduced a whole new cast for its upcoming 14th season. Speaking highly of the new members, she said, “I think they’re going to round out nicely. Everybody seems to have the right personality disorder that we like to see.”

Lawrence also praised “The Real Housewives of Dallas” before its cancellation after five seasons in 2021. However, her most anticipated show is the new season of “Vanderpump Rules”, which will delve into the aftermath of the cheating scandal known as “Scandoval”. Lawrence eagerly remarked, “I’m just holding my breath until ‘Vanderpump’ comes out. That’s all I have to live for.”

Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules” is scheduled to premiere on Bravo on January 30th at 8 p.m. ET. Jennifer Lawrence’s enthusiasm for Bravo’s reality TV shows highlights her passion as a fan and the impact these shows have on viewers.

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