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Before Real Housewives of Orange County even started airing Season 15, fans were calling for Kelly Dodd to get fired. She really didn’t cause much controversy on the show itself last season, but on social media, she ignited a lot of outrage following her many comments about the coronavirus pandemic and racial tensions in the United States.
Some people even claimed to boycott watching the series since the controversies started to ramp up after it was already filmed. Kelly makes good TV, for sure, but what about all of the outrage?
Well, she got fired. Her contract wasn’t renewed. She won’t be on the show next season and neither will Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn Vargas. Oh, and Heather Dubrow is back. Wow. That’s a lot to take in.
We barely got to know Elizabeth Lyn Vargas on Real Housewives of Orange County. She was relatively harmless, but none of her stories made any sense. It was as if she didn’t realize she signed up for a reality show, which asked her to openly discuss her life.
Toward the end of her first season, she finally started to open up, but that’s that on that. She did not get a second chance. She got the boot along with far more controversial cast members Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Kelly Dodd. Oh, and Heather Dubrow is poised to make her long-awaited comeback.
It felt like such a pipe dream hoping for a Heather Dubrow comeback on Real Housewives of Orange County. After all, she was very adamant that she wouldn’t film with Kelly Dodd.
She was adamant that she wouldn’t film with Kelly and many viewers were very vocal about refusing to watch the show if Kelly remained a part of the cast after her many questionable remarks about the coronavirus pandemic and other topics. Well, break out the champs and the hexagonal ice cubes, Heather Dubrow is back. And there’s a major shakeup on the horizon. Kelly is out and so are Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn Vargas.
Melissa Gorga started the day by shading Jennifer Aydin. Soon after that, Jennifer responded with a shady message of her own.
Melissa slammed Jennifer for “throwing her mother under the bus” and for sucking up to Teresa Giudice. Jennifer called out Melissa for getting on the show because of Teresa and staying on for that same reason in addition to Joe Gorga’s screen time. The shade didn’t stop there though. Melissa and Jennifer continued to battle it out in the comments section.
For the most part, none of us really know what to expect from Vanderpump Rules Season 9 since so many key players are missing from the equation. But now, we at least know of one major storyline.
James Kennedy proposed to Raquel Leviss. And considering that the cast just started filming, it’s safe to assume the big moment was captured by the Vanderpump Rules cameras.
We are only one day out from the most recent Real Housewives of Atlanta season and Porsha Williams has blessed us with a scandalous story that’s much more interesting than the Bolo of it all (which dragged on for way too long this past season).
Porsha confirmed a romantic relationship with Simon Guobadia, who happens to be a good friend of Dennis McKinley’s. Oh, and if that last name sounded familiar, he’s Falynn Guobadia’s
very recent ex-husband. You know, the one who she avenged by attempting to chase LaToya Ali around with a golf club at that failed Halloween party. What. A. Plot. Twist. Let’s get the cameras on this one. This is way more intriguing than anything we witnessed this past season.