If I’m being honest, I was pretty happy about Vicki Gunvalson’s firing from Real Housewives of Orange County. She’s been insufferable for many seasons and I will never forgive her for her part in a cancer scam. I don’t care how many times she screams through the streets of Key West that she was “conned.” Vicki claims to be a “smart woman.” Why wouldn’t she know what was going on?
After being demoted to a Friend of the Housewives role last season, she brought as much drama as humanly possible. This was most likely in a ploy to win back her orange full time. But spreading train rumors about Kelly Dodd wasn’t enough to save her. Neither was her suspiciously timed engagement to long term boyfriend, Steve Lodge. Too bad even that isn’t going as planned.
Vicki recently told HollywoodLife that her April wedding is postponed due to coronavirus. When asked if she was busy wedding planning, Vicki responded, “No. We’re doing nothing. I told him the wedding’s off. We’re doing nothing.”
She quickly clarifies that the wedding isn’t off, just delayed. Vicki said, “’m still engaged. But, we were going to go get married in April and try to get as many of our six kids together and all of that.”
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Vicki also wouldn’t commit to a rescheduled date for the wedding. She admits, “We’re still going to get married,” but she’s not “rushing to get down the aisle right now.” For now, Vicki is totally focused on her business, COTO Insurance and Financial Services, “There’s a lot more I’ve got to do which is keep this business and my staff who’s not here right now,” she explained.
Vicki isn’t the only Bravo star that has had their wedding plans affected by coronavirus. Vanderpump Rules cast member Lala Kent recently opened up about her April wedding to Randall Emmett getting canceled. Stassi Schroeder’s October wedding to Beau Clark is under the threat of postponement.
I would never wish ill on someone’s special day. Still, I can live without whooping it up for Vicki’s wedding anytime soon.
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