Last week we had drunken fits, nasty words exchanged, Tamra Judge hyper-ventilating, and the ladies getting kicked out of a high end store. This week we have more of the same, with some cow milking mixed in.
“I think because I’m now so well-known for being ‘me’ that it’s just an odd thing,” Heather explained. “And the kinds of things they call me about are to either be myself – which I don’t wanna do – or kind of a ‘stereotypical of my character as it’s perceived on the show’ role.”
Obviously Meghan Edmonds is good-looking so I’m not at all surprised that she used to model. In honor of Throwback Thursday, Meghan posted a link to an Abercombie & Fitch commercial from 2004 that she was modeling in.
It is quite the throwback in every sense. I have not seen an Abercrombie ad in forever and a half.
Poor Heather Dubrow is distressed that her reputation in Ireland has been ruined by association with Kelly Dodd. While Heather is “over” Kelly and steering clear, she wonders where Kelly’s ‘good friend’ Vicki Gunvalson was to defend in her friend’s moments of peril?! (A: Whooping Me Up!).
There seems to be no end to the Kelly Dodd-initiated drama on Real Housewives of Orange County. This also appears to be true in real life even though filming for the season has wrapped. One person who’s been in the thick of it with Kelly is Shannon Beador. And they are arguing about more than just the antics that went down in the latest episode with Kelly and Tamra Judge’s massive fight in Ireland. Shannon is calling out Kelly for fat shaming.
Kelly went on a pub crawl that almost ended in a brawl because she says that Tamra hit her (hard) in the department store. “I was shocked, disappointed and concerned about Tamra’s aggressiveness to say the least.”
“When I signed up to be a Housewife, I knew that my life, my personality, my family, my marriage would be on public display. My life has been an open book through my friendships and social media long before I joined the Housewives,” says Kelly. “Obviously, the scale of exposure is completely different now. I am okay with that because I am who I am, an open, honest person.”