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The Real Housewives of New York, LA, Orange County and Beverly Hills have some of the most iconic themed parties

The Real Housewives love to do themed parties. They clearly communicate the theme and then break down the plan, so everyone can know exactly what they need to wear and prepare.



Robert Palmer’s backup dancers. The RHOC cast did not disappoint. Unfortunately, Gretchen also showed up with her boyfriend Slade Smiley, who had caused a commotion during his stand-up routine by making fun of Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra. Vicki and Gretchen quickly broke out into a yelling match as they hurled insults about each other’s boyfriends. The fight was fierce, but because of their outrageous outfits, it was also funny.

Pillow Fight on RHOA

Nene Leakes hosted a pajama party for the women and their significant others during season six of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The discussion on relationships kicked off the evening, and when the husbands were questioned about frequenting strip clubs, things got hot. Christopher Williams, one of the attendees, got up to confront RHOA star Kenya Moore, who had inquired about the status of his marriage. Kenya’s friend Brandon stepped in when he put his hands on her. The pillow talk game then descended into an all-out brawl as the other husbands attacked Brandon.

Burning Man on RHONY

A Burning Man-themed party in the Hamptons was Leah McSweeney’s concept for The Real Housewives of New York City season 13 premiere. Leah thought it would be amusing to introduce Burning Man to the elder castmates as COVID-19 had at the time forced festivals to be postponed. The women dressed in their craziest festival clothes to fit the mood of the evening. The women were gathered in a circle by a spiritual healer Leah had hired, who asked them to discuss their goals. In a moving moment, Leah’s theme party brought all the women together after they all shared their insecurities. Fans adored the renowned The Real Housewives party, which brought everyone together and helped them better understand one another.