Southern Charm: JD Shares His Thoughts On Being Confronted by Naomie (S5, E5) | After Show | Bravo

Southern Charm: JD Shares His Thoughts On Being Confronted by Naomie (S5, E5) | After Show | Bravo

Naomie Olindo and JD each tell their side of the story. Watch new episodes of Southern Charm, Thurs 9/8c, only on Bravo! #SouthernCharm
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This season on Southern Charm, relationships old and new are tested as the women are turning the good old boys club on its head. With years of friction seemingly behind them, Kathryn and Thomas reached a custody agreement and have officially moved forward. Kathryn, now an independent woman, is marking her territory in Charleston and has high hopes of growing closer with the ladies of the group. Meanwhile, Thomas has found a new love interest, Ashley, who has relocated to the city and is shaking up the newly solid ground he and Kathryn have finally found. After years of fighting motherhood, Cameran welcomes her first child, Palmer, to the world. However, despite focusing on raising her daughter, Cameran still finds herself doling advice to the childish members of the crew. Meanwhile, Shep is fresh off his search for love that didn’t go as planned and wonders if he is cut out for a life of romance. After a contentious breakup, Craig and Naomie struggle to remain friends, realizing quickly how hard it is to move on in a small town where everyone knows your business. Despite this, Craig is determined to pinpoint what went wrong, and launch a sewing empire, so he enlists a life coach to help keep him in balance. After a recent break up, Chelsea and Austen try to maintain a friendship, even though Austen has moved on with her close friend. Is this Charleston group strong enough to weather the ever-changing dynamics, or will they crumble under the pressure?

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29 thoughts on “Southern Charm: JD Shares His Thoughts On Being Confronted by Naomie (S5, E5) | After Show | Bravo

  1. It is ok to be there to listen and understand what your friend is going through. But stay out of their marriage. Elizabeth comes to the shower with JD and tells her friend it is her choice. Now what!

  2. Naomie has had her nose done you can see the massive difference in her interview with the giant pic of herself behind. It looks fantastic. She was beautiful before but she looks like a Victoria secret model now

  3. JD and Thomas are pos! It's sad that Elizabeth didn't stand by Namoie, it shows that the the men always have the upper hand. Thomas did the same thing to Kathryn and everyone took his side. Come on Charleston's ladies stop enabling these asses, you are all better than that. Now on a different note, Namoie you really have to take a long hard look at the way you treat Craig, he's not perfect, no one is, give him a break he's more than proven he's doing his best to establish himself.

  4. I was always surprised this wiener had a spouse. He’s a stereotypical creep. Everything Naomie is saying sounds exactly like what guys like him always say and do. Yes most men fit into some sort of category (not all bad) Hes a cliched old school bro & self-centred chauvinist.
    His voice, laugh, mannerisms, bloat, & smarmy red face along with the cliched bs that comes outta his mouth are enough for any woman’s pig-boy radar to go off.
    You know this fool went back to his wife & played victim thus guilting or intimidating her into defending him.
    Apparently it’s a new era on SC. The ladies aren’t playing along to get along with the bro club anymore. I’m loving it. I hope someone rips Thomas a new one next. He’s a gaslighting bully to Kathryn.

  5. I feel like that meme "we were all rooting for you." I can't believe JD. The sad thing is they got kids. Who likes to have separated and divorced parents

  6. Naomi is nuts, if this is her in her twenties this woman is going to be unbearable at menopause. She's a horrible horrible person.

  7. Regardless of how you feel about Naomie confronting JD, the fact that no one came to his defense at Shep’s house spoke volumes. And then to hear the other guys admit to his bad behavior at the cookout just solidified what Naomie said. Plus, look who JD’s closest friend is on the show and who he’s doing his confessional with; Thomas isn’t the best company to keep if you have a questionable reputation.

  8. Who do you believe ? I don’t know them but I have a good idea that the good old boy network is still alive and well in Charleston society.

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