It appears that Vicki Gunvalson is doing some serious backtracking, or possibly righting some serious wrongs depending on how you look at it, because she’s doing a little fact checking of her own! Satan may love confusion, but Google sure doesn’t!
Addressing the season finale – and really the entire season – of Real Housewives Of Orange County in her blog, Vicki is left with “mixed emotions” and confusion. “I don’t know how or why the season ended the way it did, but all I want to share with you at this time is my perspective and what I went through this year AFTER the death of my mother.”
After being constantly questioned about whether or not Brooks Ayers is lying about cancer (and whether or not Vicki was complicit in this lie), the OG of OC decided to finally explain why she was so evasive and defensive. She also ‘clears up’ (eye roll) that mysterious IV story that started circulating around the season finale. But most interestingly, Vicki also questions some other Real Housewives claims of “cancer”. Ahem… Tamra!
“I was happy Vicki showed up, but a little disappointed she wanted to run out the door and wouldn’t really socialize with anyone. As you witnessed, Meghan even tried to bring Vicki into the group conversation. All the ladies told me they had no intention of bringing up Brooks, everyone was OVER IT! It was Billy (Vicki’s brother) that brought up Brooks, then it became a topic of conversation that got ugly fast,” said Tamra. “I can’t help but think that Vicki put her brother and his girlfriend up it, so they could fight her battles. Kind of like what she did with me by showing me the CT scan.”
Lizzie Rovsek has been unfortunately absent for much of this season of Real Housewives Of Orange County. Prior to it airing Lizzie said she opted to film less due to the incredible negativity of the season – she wasn’t kidding!
With all the talk about Jesus in the season finale, the only person who demonstrated any kindness (or sanity), was, in fact, Lizzie, who distanced herself from the confusion of Satan. (She also didn’t climb on a cross or crucify herself!).
Believing season 10 “ended on a very sad note,” Lizzie is disappointed that so many friendships suffered. “I hope time can bring clarity and forgiveness for everyone. After all, we all live in glass houses.”
As per usual, there are conflicting reports about what the reunion will reveal. Shannon insists we “will see the truth” and “it’s clear as a bell.” However, Vicki says, “They wanted me to admit something that wasn’t the truth and I wasn’t going to. You’ll find out.” Clear as mud, considering Shannon’s truth and Vicki’s truth could NOT be further apart. Look below for a breakdown of the three-part reunion and the much-anticipated sneak peek.
About Tamra‘s baptism, Shannon said, “I am very proud of Tamra’s decision to get baptized. Tamra and I each went through our own horrendous experiences last year and we both found our way to the Lord to help navigate us through. We both have come out of it stronger than ever, and I feel a special connection with her. Tamra’s speech was incredible; she has an amazing heart.”
The 3-part series will follow select episodes of E!’s new season of Botched, Oct. 13, 20, and 27, in which her hubby Terry Dubrow and fellow plastic surgeon, Paul Nassif, attempt to repair the questionable work of plastic surgeons who have gone before them.
Meghan took to her blog to share her “SO many thoughts” about the season finale. “How beautiful was Tamra‘s baptism?” gushed Meghan. “I’m so happy for her and it’s nice to see her at a genuinely happy place in her life. I’m glad that the girls and I were able to go to support her and celebrate with her. It’s just too bad that the night didn’t end as well as it started.” Because, Parties by Bravo.
Last night on the finale of a very convoluted season of Real Housewives Of Orange County, Jesus made an appearance. Seriously – Jesus should sue this show for defamation and slander.
Tamra Judge claims she’s found Jesus after a tumultuous and painful year, so she wants to share her spiritual emergence to prove she’s changed. She may have swapped a black lace catsuit for a white bandage dress, but something tells me underneath it all she’s still the same old Tamra. And no amount of dunking herself in a pool surrounded by sycophants with television aspirations (and fear of their own murky lives floating to the top) is going to wash away her Tamra-ness. Possibly I’m just a cynic for satan?
Vicki Gunvalson may have a very dubious relationship with the truth, but she’s certainly believable in one regard: Satan IS confusing! And he was doing some of his best work last night – because the Devil is in the details where Brooks Ayers’s cancerous-ness is concerned.