Bethenny Frankel And Rachel Zoe Take Their Catfight To Twitter

by Chiara Atik · September 8, 2009

    Everyone's favorite NYC Housewife (don't even try to tell me you like the freaking Countess better than snarky Bethenny.) got bored and decided to pick a fight with everyone's favorite celebrity stylist, Rachel Zoe (don't even try to tell me you like freaking Philip Bloch better than Rachel Zoe!). We were kind enough to transcribe the whole thing for you (it took place, elegantly, via Twitter). Read the complete text below:

    The First Blow:

    @bethenny: Is wondering if I'm the only one who can't get over the self-important nonsense that is rachel zoe.catching up on my 11 hours ago from TwitterBerry

    We say: Uhm, Bethenny, ANYONE with their own reality show is self-important. Rachel is self-important and fabulous.

    The Second Shot:

    @bethenny: Is dying over this show.if I stick on a lampshade with a moo moo and a pair of bananas hoop earrings,rz may just D I E.what a bunch of BS!

    We say: Whoa, there! Sure, Rachel's style can be considered, uhm, eclectic. But publicly insulting someone's personal style, whether they are a stylist or not, seems like sort of a low blow.

    The Retort:

    @rachel zoe: wow talk abt no class bn friends 4yrs rude.RT @Bethenny: Is wondering if I'm the only 1 who cnt get ovr the self-important nonsense that ...

    We say: Rude, agreed. Also, if you hadn't bothered retweeting/calling more attention to it, you would have had enough characters available to respond without sounding like a 14 year old texting in 2002.

    The Final Hit:

    @rachel zoe: she is inappropriate and clearly desperate for some attentionRT @Maddie_Monroe: whoa @bethenny does NOT have nice things to say about you

    We say: Yes, desperate for attention....which you are giving her! And, thanks Maddie Monroe, really helpful of you to point out to her that someone was saying nasty things, I'm sure that made her day.

    Our Final Verdict: These two just need to eat more. Then they'd both be in better, less catty moods.