At Anne Batley Burton's Pussy Galore party last night the claws really did come out. But not quite as much as the fans who watch the show. We take a look at our favourite tweets from last night.
1. Emma does have a valid point.
I can't handle the amount of fur coats at this function to save animals.....it's like eating whale on a greenpeace ship #RHOAKL— Emma Helleur (@EmmaHelleur) August 30, 2016
2. Good observation Kirsten, Dunbar Sloane probably did make a lot of money from the Housewives.
Julia, your laughing at anothers lounge room is appalling, especially as many of those articles were probably purchased via your ex #rhoakl— Kirsten McKenzie (@Kiwimrsmac) August 30, 2016
That lady's neck looking like what all those Minks look like after being skinned & left dead in a bucket and made into a coat #RHOAKL— AliceBrine (@AliceBrine) August 30, 2016
4. We couldn't agree more!
Angela's gentle grooming of her fake French PA will haunt me forever. #RHOAKL— Leonie Hayden (@sharkpatu) August 30, 2016
5. Oh bless him. But thanks Richard for letting us know what's in the garage.
humble brag from ole richard about the bentley or the porsche #RHOAKL— gab (@gabbbylowe) August 30, 2016
6. Hostage situation? Or just bad acting? We're undecided.
7. Are you sure about that?
"No Gerry, Real Housewives of Auckland isn't our strategy to crash the Auckland housing market by making people flee the city."#RHOAKL— GCSB (@GCSBIntercepts) August 22, 2016
8. Not sure who we can blame. We'll get back to you on that one.
The Real Housewives of Auckland happened under a National government so that's something Helen Clark can't possibly be blamed for.— Sanjay Patel (@spat106) August 28, 2016
9. Come on Marcus, give us a clue!
watched three shows in weekend— Marcus Lush (@marcuslush) August 29, 2016
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF AUCKLAND
lets see if anyone can rank them in order of my enjoyment.
10. And finally, quite possibly our favourite.
Nothing says "party" like a cat graveyard next to the punch bowl #RHOAKL— Melanie Bracewell (@meladoodle) August 30, 2016