Shep, Craig Are ‘Tough’ on Me and Madison

first_imgFrom Austen’s point of view, however, his friends “love to deflect” and critique his “toxic” relationship with Madison instead of taking a closer look at what’s going on in their own love lives. Craig recently split from costar Naomie Olindo after three years together, while Shep is currently hot and heavy with girlfriend Taylor Ann Green. When it comes to his history with Madison, Austen isn’t interested in hearing anyone’s negativity — especially from “Tweedledee and Tweedledum.”“If you’re my friends, then you’ll accept this and we’ll move forward,” Austen explained. “You’ve got to make a choice. … They don’t have it together. Like, who the hell are they to judge me?”Southern Charm season 7 airs on Bravo Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement – “It’s very tough. You know, if you want to consider someone a close friend, it’s like, ‘Look, man, I’m not choosing between you and love,’” Austen explained. “I’m just not. So it’s certainly tough to have friends that aren’t supportive.”Shep Rose and Craig Conover on Southern Charm Austen Kroll Says Its Tough When Shep Rose and Craig Conover Question His Relationship With Madison LeCroyShep Rose and Craig Conover on ‘Southern Charm’ Paul Cheney/BravoAusten and Madison’s complicated relationship has taken a toll on the rest of the Southern Charm cast, as Craig pointed out while speaking with Us exclusively in October.“We all want to not be a part of it anymore, like, you can only lead a horse to water so much, but you can’t force them to drink and that’s just what it got to,” the Sewing Down South creator said at the time. “It’s just not good for anyone. I think it affects his career, his business, his happiness, everything.”- Advertisement – He’s got hurt feelings. Southern Charm‘s Austen Kroll is happy with his relationship with Madison LeCroy — but it isn’t fun to hear pals Shep Rose and Craig Conover express their doubts.“It’s extremely difficult,” Austen, 33, told Us Weekly exclusively of critiques about his romance with Madison, 31. “Those two guys are two of my best friends, you know. … I think that everyone wants their friends to like their significant other.”- Advertisement – Austen and Madison’s on-again, off-again relationship was a focal point during season 6 of the Bravo series, which aired in 2019. The North Carolina native admitted that he and Madison still “have ups and downs,” but now they’re “never not together.” When season 7 premiered in October, Austen was prepared to see some of his and Madison’s challenges play out on screen but was optimistic about their ability to find a “resolution.”Southern Charm Austen Kroll Says Its Tough When Shep Rose and Craig Conover Question His Relationship With Madison LeCroyMadison LeCroy and Austen Kroll Courtesy Madison LeCroy/Instagram“You’re going to kind of see … how we move forward together,” he told Us of the current season. “It’s not our first rodeo. We have hated each other at times and loved each other to the ends of the Earth at times. … There’s so much more to come.”In November 2019, Austen confirmed that he and Madison were giving their romance another try, admitting during a panel at BravoCon that “it’s hard to walk away from someone like that.” Now that they’re back together, Craig, 31, and Shep, 40, haven’t exactly been the duo’s biggest fans.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Ben Simmons explains why he thinks Luka Doncic should win Rookie of the Year

first_imgSimmons was drafted with the top pick in the 2016 draft. But he didn’t play until 2017-18 because of a foot injury that kept him out for all of what should have been his rookie season.That being said, the 22-year-old Australian exploded onto the scene last season. He averaged 15.8 points, 8.1 rebounds and 8.1 assists during his rookie campaign and beat out notable names like the Jazz’s Mitchell and Celtics swingman Jayson Tatum.Doncic and Young were exchanged in a trade on draft day last year and both are already proving to be valuable pieces to their respective teams. Ben Simmons thinks Mavericks guard Luka Doncic should win Rookie of the Year over the Hawks’ Trae Young.The second-year star and 2018 Rookie of the Year winner responded “Luka” when asked Sunday who he would vote for in this year’s race. Young had a bit of a rocky start this season, but has put up eye-popping numbers as of late. He is averaging 25.1 points and 9.3 assists per game since the All-Star break. Lance Stephenson, JaVale McGee discuss Lakers missing playoffs “He’s playing better. Like, his team’s winning more games,” Simmons told reporters Monday ahead of Philadelphia’s matchup with Dallas. “Trae Young is killing it. Same as Donovan (Mitchell last year). But it’s just overall I think Luka’s got his team playing a little better.”.@BenSimmons25 says @luka7doncic is the rookie of the year. @PompeyOnSixers with the follow up question of why watch the full clip below! #Lukadoncic #BenSimmons #MFFL pic.twitter.com/lRAixKdXJe— Landon Buford (@LandonBuford) April 1, 2019Doncic is favored to win this year’s Rookie of the Year award. The 19-year-old Slovenian could become the second consecutive international player to take home the honor. He is averaging 21.1 points, 7.6 rebounds and 5.1 assists in 2018-19. He leads all first-year players in minutes played and points scored. Related Newslast_img read more