Real Housewives of Orange County Reunion - Peggy Sulahian

Do you guys remember Peggy Sulahian? She was the 100th Real Housewife of all time…. and she only last one season on Real Housewives of Orange County. She didn’t exactly connect with the viewers or her co-stars.

Her most memorable moment was when she recording Meghan Edmonds‘ baby crying during the cast trip to Iceland. She also tried to use the platform to talk about her journey after cancer and to spotlight her Armenian traditions. Unfortunately for Peggy she was a one and done as a Housewife. She claims she’s not interested in coming back to the show, but her reasoning behind that choice is rather interesting. It has nothing to do with her “edit” or being forced to spend time with her co-stars. Instead, it’s about her health.

During a recent appearance on Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef, Peggy was asked that question that all former Housewives are asked in every interview: “would you come back to the show?” The 100th Housewife answered, “I don’t think so.”

She went on to share, “It’s a lot. My health is my priority. I don’t want cancer back because once you have it I believe it will always come back. As a child, I always believed I was going to get it. I always felt it, it’s gonna come, it’s gonna come, it’s gonna come, and it did come.” There’s nothing wrong with trusting your instincts, especially when it comes to your physical and mental health. Even so, Peggy’s subsequent comments were a little difficult to make sense of.


RELATED: Peggy Sulahian Calls Kelly Dodd “Mean” And Says Shannon Beador Was At Her Most Vicious Over Tamra and Vicki’s Reconciliation


She said, “My intuition is really deep. I felt it and I did get it. I know that if I did do [the show] I have a chance. I’m scared of that. I don’t want to die young.” What does that even mean? Maybe she’s saying the stress of the show could have some physical side effects. It’s hard to say without putting words in her mouth.

Peggy remarked, “Once you have [cancer], that’s it. Your body makes it no matter what. I’m waiting for it, basically. That’s how I feel.” She continued, “These things you didn’t see [on the show]. It goes so deep. It’s so relatable. My DM’s are out of control.”


RELATED: Peggy Sulahian Denies Criticizing Meghan Edmonds’ Parenting; Says Kelly Dodd Set Her Off At Dinner In Iceland


While Peggy’s reasoning was a bit difficult to follow, she did say that one positive thing to come from the show is those DM’s from people who can relate to her experiences.


RELATED: Peggy Sulahian Explains Why She Got A Double Mastectomy; Criticizes RHOC Cast Mates For Questioning Her



[Photo Credit: Bravo]