Many Real Housewives of Dallas fans thought the cast would have nothing to talk about LeeAnne Locken’s absence. But, Tiffany Moon has done more than fill that void. She has been confronting every single cast member (except for D’Andra Simmons) in these episodes and on social media.
On the most recent episode, Tiffany wanted to have the women over so they could get to know her better and have fun. She decided to have a pizza party, which sounds good. We all love pizza, right? Well, Tiffany’s pizza party included an end time, which she thought was considerate, but some of them thought it was uptight/rude. She has the women wear shoe covers, which makes sense (to an extent). Who wants an expensive floor to get scuffed up? But, did she really have to yell out for shoe covers as Brandi Redmond rushed to the bathroom to throw up? The party did not go well. Not by a long shot.
Thank you Tiffany Moon for revitalizing The Real Housewives of Dallas. There was a huge hole missing with LeeAnne Locken’s exit. A large portion of the Real Housewives of Dallas cast is either uninformed, trying too hard, or plain unlikable. However, Tiffany is BRINGING it in her freshman season. She has a stellar career. She’s cultured and hilarious. Tiffany doesn’t hold her tongue either. She’s the total package for a Housewife.
Kary Brittingham on the other hand has been insufferable. A lot of this is because of her constant attacks and nitpicking over every little thing. She won’t lay off of D’Andra Simmons, and she’s come for Tiffany as well. While she should probably be focusing on her children’s issues, she’s busy complaining about warm tequila shots. Her priorities are clearly in check this season. How long before D’Andra totally snaps and cuts her out?
Stephanie Hollman has been a longtime housewives darling since the inception of Real Housewives of Dallas. We were introduced to her season one and she’s been enjoyable to watch ever since. She’s funny, quirky, thoughtful and enjoys a good fart joke. Despite being super rich, she also manages to be relatable. Stephanie has openly shared her mental health struggles in a in that so many can identify with. I guess money can’t buy you happiness after all.
Another thing that makes Stephanie so relatable is her experience with motherhood. She has talked about losing some of her identity in raising kids and feeling like she has no other purpose. As much as I would like to roll my eyes, I’m sure it’s not easy to be married to a very successful person and feel like you’re not bringing anything to the table. Sure, she’s raising their kids but she’s admitted openly that she wants more. What stay at home mom can’t relate to that?
During Season 4 of Real Housewives of Dallas, the cast members were forced to deal with LeeAnne Locken’s repeated jabs at Kary Brittingham’s Mexican heritage. LeeAnne called Kary “Mexican and strong,” among other derogatory comments. After a bruising reunion, LeeAnne exited the franchise.
Then it was RHOD star Brandi Redmond’s turn to face accusations of racial insensitivity. Brandi made a video where she made fun of Asian people in 2017. In January 2020, a Twitter user posted the video, where Brandi was seen squinting her eyes and speaking in an exaggerated accent.
Leave it to the Real Housewives of Dallas to turn the birthday party into a brawl. Brandi Redmond is trying to have the birthday of a lifetime, but these women cannot stop fighting. Kary Brittingham & D’Andra Simmons have been at odds for weeks, and it’s finally boiling over. The underlying tension is spilling over at the vineyard, and it’s getting nasty.
There has to be more to this bickering than what’s been revealed so far. What is the root of this issue that’s threatening what was once a close friendship? They’re not taking the time to hear each other out to understand either. The more this festers, the worse it’s going to get. Kary & D’Andra are putting Brandi’s birthday in danger of being ruined because they cannot contain their animosity. Is this the end of their friendship?
Tiffany Moon may be a newbie on Real Housewives of Dallas, but she is bringing it this season. Tiffany is a married mom of twin daughters and is an anesthesiologist.
She brought a fresh vibe to RHOD, and I love it. Tiffany isn’t afraid to call out the other ladies, which is refreshing. When Tiffany hosted a traditional brunch for her co-stars, she insisted that they try a chicken foot. Of course, Kameron Westcott refused, then hid hers under the table. Second to the trauma from the chicken foot is the fact that the table had no centerpiece. How will Kameron ever recover? Spoiler alert: she won’t.
Real Housewives of Dallas has gone through quite the change this season. Gone is OG LeeAnne Locken after she was fired for the xenophobic things she said about castmate Kary Brittingham. In is a new housewife, Tiffany Moon, who seems to be holding her own so far. Well, if holding your own means getting thrown into a pool. Plus, seeing all the masks and face shields to accommodate during filming is just kind of weird. I am personally finding it hard to enjoy hard partying with a face shield while I sit at home isolated for the eleventh month. But I digress.
So far, with LeeAnne gone, it definitely seems like a lighter vibe overall. And no one seems lighter than one-time LeeAnne friend now foe, D’Andra Simmons. Who could blame her? All they did was constantly pick at each other over the last few seasons and it wasn’t enjoyable to watch. It was actually kind of grating. But now D’Andra has hit her stride and can reflect on what went wrong with her ex-friend.
The shake up in the Real Housewives of Dallas cast this season really changed the dynamic of the whole show. While there seem to be just as many cast divisions, the lines are drawn a bit differently this time around. D’Andra Simmons didn’t seem to mind Kary Brittingham’s relentless pestering of LeeAnne Locken in Season 4. This year, she’s taking the brunt of that energy herself.
While the tension between D and Kary is escalating, it seems D’Andra’s friend, and newest housewife, Tiffany Moon is finding herself in the cross-fire. Tiffany apparently offended Kary when she defended D’Andra’s decision to pursue COVID-19 testing. Which, say what you will about D’Andra, seems pretty reasonable? Either way, it all went left from there.