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Tamra Judge Says Whitney Rose’s Sexual Painting Scene Was “A Lot Of Cringe” And “Hot”

It was not a good Sunday to have eyes. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City finale episode was one trope after another. Housewives throwing glasses with poor aim, dragging out Twitter arguments from previous seasons, and now we have the sexual rejuvenation arc. The On-Display special. Champagne-grand-Papi edition. The paint and spank scene we were all subjected to was haunting. I’ve never laughed so hard while peeking through my fingers. Whitney Rose really went for it, I’ll give her that.

On a recent episode of Watch What Happens LiveTamra Judge discussed the scene with Andy Cohen. Andy chided, “I want to talk about the big highlight of the finale, Whitney’s sex scene. Tamra, thoughts?” Of course, who can forget the unbearable bathtub scene Tamra put us through when she first started dating Eddie Judge. She laughed, “Heart be still. As a girl who’s done a bath tub scene, Whitney you’ve outdone me.” Not the compliment I’d be vying for, but maybe that’s me.


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Andy seemed almost offended when he asked, “Wow. You feel that she outdid you tonight?” Tamra gave a political Housewife answer and said, “She outdid me and I just want to give the torch to her. I really do because that was hot.” Was it though? Not even Andy could handle her cloying. He followed up by asking Tamra outright whether or not she found the scene between Whitney and her husband who is old enough to be her father.

Tamra did admit the scene was uncomfortable. “A lot of cringe,” she said. For once we agree.

Whitney has expressed concern for her kids in the past with regards to her image being shared on the Bravo screen. When the show first debuted she shared, “I really worry for my children in the community, because what their friends’ parents maybe now view, or think of Justin [Rose] and I.”  I wonder what they think about this moment on the national stage.


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Whitney defended her future on-screen choices saying, “It’s going to be seen in both ways, I think, of disgust or dislike, but also if it’s profitable, it might be a good thing for Salt Lake City.” Get this woman a key to the city!