Jul 05, 2020
RHONY’s Dorinda Medley shades Ramona Singer about getting tested for coronavirus
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THE Real Housewives of New York star Dorinda Medley called out co-star Ramona Singer directly on Saturday, telling her to “get tested” for coronavirus.
Ramona, Kimberly and Donald Trump’s eldest son all reportedly hit up the same event last Saturday, hosted by Hamptons builder Joe Farrell.
The New York Times reported on Friday that Kimberly tested positive for coronavirus earlier that day, ahead of a Fourth of July event she’d planned on attending at Mount Rushmore.
Upon seeing the story, Dorinda, 55, tweeted: “Anyone that attended Joe Farrell’s packed Hamptons party last week should get tested ASAP including @ramonasinger.”
Ramona has not yet responded to her co-star’s plea for her to get tested, but the two don’t appear to be on the best of terms right now.Ramona reportedly attended the same party as Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, who tested positive for COVID-19 on FridayCredit: Bravo Kimberly and Don Jr. were spotted at a party in the Hamptons last weekend, along with the RHONY starCredit: AFP or licensors
On the current season of RHONY, the two women haven’t been going out of their way to behave kindly to one another, though Ramon suggested Bravo’s editing the show to make her look like a “villain.”
Ramona also blamed her “horrible” behavior on Dorinda last month, as well.
The 63-year-old reality star even liked a fan’s tweet on Friday calling Dorinda a “mean girl.”
Despite their unstable relationship, the 55-year-old TV personality is still asking for Ramona to get tested “ASAP.”Ramona and Dorinda's friendship has been rocky on this season of the reality showCredit: Getty Images - Getty The two have been fighting a lot, and Ramona claimed her 'horrible' behavior has been because of DorindaCredit: Getty Images - Getty
Kimberly was reportedly not experiencing any symptoms when she was the only one in her group to test positive on Friday.
It was just a few days earlier when she and Donald Jr. were spotted at a packed party in Bridgehampton, New York, according to Page Six.
A source told the outlet that because of all of the maskless partiers the event looked “as if COVID had never happened,” and they claimed Ramona was in attendance, as well.MOST READ IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWSMOM'S A SMOKERTeen Mom’s Catelynn Lowell slammed by fans for having cigarettes in carExclusiveWILD ONEMama June shows off curves in leopard bikini while Geno feeds her corn dogBreakingLATE REGISTRATION?Elon Musk gives 'support' as Kanye says he's 'running for president’MERI POSITIVE!Sister Wives’ Meri isn't worried as she starts new life without Kody‘HECK YES!’Julia Roberts kisses husband Daniel Moder and celebrates 18 years of marriageSINGLE & SADJana Duggar, 30, says she ‘longs to be married’ after her sisters wed as teens
An insider close to Don Jr. said that party took place on the building’s roof and that Don and his girlfriend stayed for about an hour.
Hosted by Hamptons builder Joe Farrell, the mansion party reportedly had a caterer and uniformed bartenders to up the ritziness for the estimated 100 guests.
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Willians Astudillo could be option soon for Twins
MILWAUKEE — Willians Astudillo still has not played a game for the Twins since testing positive for COVID-19 during intake testing more than a month ago, but manager Rocco Baldelli said Monday the popular utilityman was getting “very close,” if needed.
Astudillo has been training at the Twins’ alternate site at CHS Field in St. Paul for more than two weeks after clearing multiple negative tests. He did not travel with the Twins on their current road trip, Baldelli said, because the team wanted him to stay back and keep getting at-bats.
“The game is difficult. And for anyone to just kind of wake up and get off of the couch or their bed after dealing with COVID and everything related to that, expecting him to just show up and in a week to 10 days being ready to go, I think, is a tall order,” Baldelli said. “We want him to continue getting at-bats. But I think if the right situation comes up, I think he’s getting much, much closer to being a strong consideration to come in and help us. But I don’t think there’s any reason to rush it.”
While the Twins are currently rolling with a three-man bench, Astudillo could prove valuable if the Twins decide to shake up their 16-pitcher, 12-position player formula because of his versatility. Third baseman Josh Donaldson is on the shelf with a calf injury, and that is one position Astudillo has experience at.
Though he primarily caught, Astudillo also played first, second and third base for the Twins last year as well as both corner outfield positions. He also served as the team’s designated hitter twice.
“I think Willi is getting very close to that point. We’ve discussed him obviously,” Baldelli said. “We’ve discussed him a good amount. He’s also still coming back, so I think we’re seeing a lot of trends throughout baseball showing that with the short ramp-ups, it is hard.”
Speedy outfielder Aaron Whitefield was outrighted off the 40-man roster. He cleared waivers and was assigned to the minor leagues, leaving the alternate site in St. Paul.
Pitcher Casey Lawrence, who the Twins signed to a minor-league deal this offseason, was assigned to the team’s player pool at CHS Field. The 32-year-old has not pitched in the majors since 2018, when he came on in relief in 11 games for the Seattle Mariners.
With the moves, the Twins now have 59 players in their player pool, which is capped at 60.
Mitch Garver sat for the second straight day as the Twins went with a lefty-heavy lineup on Monday. “He hasn’t had too many two-game stretches or two-day stretches where he’s been off and can kind of settle in and regroup physically from catching, too,” Baldelli said. Garver is hitting .094 in his first 10 games of the season. … Baldelli said that Donaldson, on the injured list with a calf strain, has done some running, but not sprinting. “It’s not something that’s ramping up very quickly at the moment,” he said.Related Articles
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