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Two years later, Vicki Gunvalson is still answering questions about her ex-boyfriend, Brooks Ayers. His fake cancer scandal is something that she will never be able to disassociate herself with even though she is in a serious relationship with Steve Lodge these days.

She probably thought that the focus would shift away from Brooks, but it seems like he is asked about in pretty much every interview.

In an interview with E!, Vicki discussed her cast mates accusations about her involvement with Brooks’s cancer scandal, “It literally killed me. I don’t think they know the damage they did to my career, my moral compass, my family. It was bad.” Right… this was all their fault….

Still, Vicki insists, “I want to put everything behind me. I just want to have a good year. I want [everyone] to be friends and have good times.” That’s wishful thinking.

The topic switched from Brooks (thank god) to Vicki’s current love Steve. She was asked if there is a chance that the two of them might get engaged. Vicki said, “That’s up to Steve. At our age, he’s 59, I’m 55, you make that decision together.” Wait. Is it up to Steve or are you making that decision together? Those are two contradicting thoughts.

Vicki explained, “I don’t want to be having dinner and then [he just says], ‘Will you marry me?’ It’s something we have to know together. I don’t want to ever be divorced again. I don’t want to go through this heartache anymore. It hurts, like physically hurts.”

Vicki was pressed about whether she would say yes if Steve does actually propose. She admitted, “Yes. He’s really good for me. I love him and he loves me. We may not have the fireworks all the time, but that’s not real. I know that I can count on him always.” A Vicki wedding special would provide some great TV.

RELATED: Vicki Gunvalson Denies Hanging Out With Brooks Ayers

TELL US- IS IT FAIR THAT VICKI’S CAST MATES ASSOCIATE HER WITH BROOKS AND HIS CANCER LIE? DO YOU THINK VICKI AND STEVE WILL GET MARRIED?

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