Nick was already on three reality shows in the Bachelor franchise, so why not bring in someone from Bravo? Yes, it’s a super random idea, but it would probably bring some additional viewers to the series. The only real issue that I see is that Real Housewives of Orange County is a Bravo show which is a part of the NBC Universal family and The Bachelor airs on ABC, but that might be irrelevant since Lauri hasn’t been a full time Housewife in years. But anyway, let’s get back to the story here.
She started off, “I feel a bit uncomfortable even blogging about this episode because it is not about me at all. I will briefly comment about the things going on in my life and a few things about the Glamis trip.”
I always find it interesting that Heather Dubrow has never had plastic surgery, yet her husband Terry Dubrow is an extremely successful plastic surgeon. Sure, she’s had Botox, but I think that pretty much every Housewife has. Since Heather and Terry have a book coming out about cosmetic procedures and trends, it makes sense for them to comment on which celebrities have the most impact in this area.
Sure, Heather serves as the prim and proper police a lot of the time, but have you seen her friends? They could use a little reminder now and then (I’m looking at you, Tamra Judge!). Plus, her closet is amazing and her husband is one of the nicest and most charming men with whom I’ve ever had the pleasure of speaking, no, I’m never NOT going to bring up this interview as it’s one of my most favorite memories in my time writing for this site. 🙂
I am always thrown when Real Housewives cast members bitch about being associated with each other and going to group events. If you don’t want to be a part of the friend group, you don’t have to: just quit the show. That’s why I think it’s so weird that Meghan Edmonds and Shannon Beador do whatever they can to avoid Vicki Gunvalson. And this is obviously why they both avoided the trip that Tamra Judge planned in Glamis.
Meghan shares, “I honestly can’t believe how horrific the accident was. The most stunning part to me was the silence afterwards. Silence is never a good sign and it was so hard to watch something like that, especially knowing that my friends were involved.”
The trip began on a bad note with the atrocious RV trek to Glamis. No amount of fancy overcomes motion sickness! “The bus ride to Glamis took FOREVER!!!” bemoans Kelly. “I have a long history of motion sickness. It’s very difficult for me to go on boats, trains, long car rides and winding roads without getting sick.”