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D'Andra Simmons Real Housewives Of Dallas

On tonight’s Real Housewives Of Dallas the drama between D’Andra Simmons and LeeAnne Locken continues to escalate when LeeAnne crashes D’Andra’s 50th birthday party roast.

This is all D’Andra’s fault of course, since she was the genius with the idea to host a roast for herself. Which is basically like spending the day with Mama Dee. So maybe this is what D’Andra is used to? She should know better, knowing her friend group!

Anyway, following their “Friendtervention” at Stephanie Hollman‘s house LeeAnne and D’Andra decide to continue on the tepid path to their friendship by meeting one-on-one to discuss their issues. We know they both survived because LeeAnne then went on to invite herself to D’Andra’s party. Because humiliation is only worthwhile if it happens in public. Nobody can burn you better than a former BFF.

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Brandi Redmond still can’t get a grasp on this motherhood thing – even with a nanny and she continues to struggle with the headstrong Brooklyn. I blame Brandi’s genetics for all of this. Brandi takes a break from non-parenting to rehearse Stephanie’s roast of D’Andra.

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Kary Brittingham continues to ingratiate herself with the group when she and Stephanie drag Kameron Westcott along on some sort of frenetic biometric workout machine to burn calories. Following a stressful date night with her husband, Kary decides hey all need a girl’s trip and invites everyone to he palatial Mexican estate!

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