Women can fake a lot of things but now Radar has claims that Yolanda Foster's husband of four years, David Foster, believed that she was cured a while ago. There have also been rumors that the disease is what ended their marriage but then there is the claim that her need to be in the spotlight was the downfall (she is a cast member on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"). From what I have seen, David is the one who likes to live in the spotlight and though he attempts to act humble, he really just wants everyone to stop and hear all the amazing things that he has done; all the amazing people he has worked with. It must also sting knowing that his stepchildren have found their own success, Gigi Hadid and Brody Jenner anyone? It's not easy to be sick in a marriage but David was never around and when he was, YoFo always seemed to dote on him so maybe, when she could not do that, it made him bail? Any thoughts?
photo courtesy of imdb.com When you were on a semi-successful reality show, especially as one of the key players, and everyone watched your love story unfold, it only makes sense they will want to keep following you after the series has ended. Such has been the case for 'Jerseylicious' star, Tracy DiMarco , who always went head-to-head with Olivia Blois-Sharpe on the show based around the never-ending drama at the Jersey salon, The Gatsby. Eventually, DiMarco got her happily ever after when she married Corey Epstein in her dream wedding. She continued to pursue her passion, have three kids, develop a wildly successful podcast, and work on clothing and accessories. But, when you are in the public eye, boasting 541K followers on Instagram , almost everything you do is up for scrutiny. Fans (and haters) began to notice a lack of presence when it came to her husband, Corey and questioned if their marriage was okay. There is an abundance of photos of daughters, Skylar and