A few announcements: Heather reveals she is singing the National Anthem at Angel Stadium on July 20th. She says it is on her bucket list but admits she is really nervous. Also, Terry and Heather’s new book, Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig Present The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need to the Best Anti-Aging Treatments, is available for pre-order on Amazon. The book comes out September 6th, and in case you were wondering, there will be a book tour. So, prepare yourselves for a whole lot of Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig come September. 😉
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Heather ecstatically announces that Botched: Post Op returns August 9th. She will return as host, of course, and it will once again feature the docs, Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif, as well as fan favorites and behind the scenes stuff from Botched and Botched By Nature.
Next up, Heather reminds us about the Real Housewives of Orange County Season 8 Uncensored special that airs Monday, June 13th, one week ahead of the Season 11 premiere.
“It’s crazy and amazing,” says Heather. “It’s cool because it’s not just behind the scenes. The fourth wall is totally broken. We get to talk about producers and what really happened behind the scenes.” Heather previously said someone from Season 8 – Gretchen Rossi? Alexis Bellino? Lydia McLaughlin? – will be outed as being fired for self-producing her own story lines.
Heather shares that they have finally moved out of their rental home…into a hotel. Ha. The 20,000 square-foot monstrosity that is Chateau Dubrow isn’t quite ready yet, but Heather’s still happy to be out of the rental. “It’s kind of like a relationship that you’re in that you know really isn’t right for you and you’re just kinda hanging on – waiting – and it disintegrates at exactly the right time to where you really really hate it.”
Moving out was a whirlwind, “It’s a holiday weekend, we’re moving out, it’s the final party for Real Housewives of Orange County – we, Terry and I, literally got dressed for the party, I put my makeup in the suitcase, we zipped it shut, we put it in the car (the kids were already gone at the hotel), and we went to the party.”
Heather teases that the finale party was “interesting,” laughing, “You’ll have to wait and watch on that one.” After the party, “We went to the hotel that we hadn’t been to yet – there was just luggage there. I opened the suitcase, found some pajamas, and went to bed. I woke up at 3 a.m. and was like, ‘Where am I? How did I get here?'”
About the house, and the sneak peeks she’s shown on social media, Heather admits her new closet (which is probably as big as the whole first floor of my house) is too big. So, she will have to shop to fill the empty space, but ugh! she hates shopping! #richpeopleproblems
Heather goes on to say that no matter what she does – leaves the empty space, fills it up, shows off the house, doesn’t show off the house – the people on social media will complain. Especially about having too much stuff and giving some to charity. Heather’s assistant chimes in, “If they only knew how much you give.”
“I don’t feel the need to tell everyone how much I give to charity,” says Heather. “I’m just going to assume that you understand that Terry and I are good people. We work hard and we are real grateful for everything that we have and we give back in a big big way. I just don’t feel the need to show everyone what we are doing. Then that is just showing you what we are doing. We are very confident in how we give back.”
Heather bemoans moving “like 12 times in the last 15 years” but gives her kids credit for rolling with the punches.
“Terry drags us around,” jokes Heather. “We’re just moving in, the furniture is in, we’re living in a hotel, trying to wrap everything up in the house – and in the middle of doing all this, Terry texted me yesterday and wanted to know if the real estate agent could come over to show someone the house. I’m not kidding you. Dead serious. I said, ‘Are you out of your mind? We’re not even in yet and you want me to be out?'”
“We are moving in. I have spent three years designing and building this house. We are moving into this house. I almost went insane. I called him, and he goes, ‘I got it. I got it. I got it.’ I go, ‘I want to just be clear so there’s no miscommunication – we’re moving in; we’re not selling the house; no real estate agents are coming in.'”
Heather says she would like to stay in one place for at least five years, adding, “I wouldn’t mind staying in this house until the three older kids graduation high school. How long is that…nine years…he will never stay nine years. That is too long for Terry. He’s a nomad. He’s a wanderer.”
TELL US – WILL YOU READ TERRY AND HEATHER’S BOOK? ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO BOTCHED? HOW LONG WILL THEY STAY IN THIS HOUSE?
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