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Monday, July 9

Not a Chance Rachael is Moving Out

Page Six reports: "A source close to the couple says that Rachael is leaning on her family for support. Her mother is in town from Lake George to help Rachael find an apartment."

Here's my quick take on this whole Rachael Ray divorce rumor: If Rachael were to truly divorce her husband John Cusimano, she would be the one kicking HIM out.

Let's get real. Who do you honestly think wears the money clip in this relationship? John will be looking for a pad in Queens if this truly pans out-- not the other way around.




At 7/09/2007 4:35 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

If she was smart, she probably has a prenup.

At 7/09/2007 7:44 PM , Anonymous Pat said...

Just caught a rerun of 30MM where she makes a variation of Chicken Veronique. She got the recipe from her "future mother-in-law, Vicki" and thought it ironic "since 'Vicki' is short for 'Veronica'"!

I imagine that was the day the Cusimano love died.

At 7/09/2007 9:01 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vicki is short for Victoria--isn't it?

At 7/09/2007 9:33 PM , Anonymous Pat said...


Someone obviously didn't clue her in during the break, since she repeated it later in the episode.

At 7/10/2007 11:56 AM , Anonymous jeff said...

Honestly. Don't gossipmongers write about people like Paris Hilton enough? They have to take after RR and her private life? I don't picture Rachael as the disloyal type. And the way she and John snogged on her show some time back(when he and his music group appeared)...that relationship isn't breaking up anytime soon.

At 7/11/2007 11:28 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love RR but couldn't care less about her marriage. She's great with ot without him.


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