Normally, we love to keep things light and make sure our readers are entertained. We know that many people love to escape by reading our website and that’s something we understand. We also know that other times, our readers look to our site for that intersection of reality TV and other important news. Recently, our site has covered different aspects of the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to the global health crisis, there are issues in this country that cannot be ignored. Recently, reality TV stars have been using their platforms to demand justice for George Floyd, a man who was killed on May 25 when a policer officer named Derek Chauvin shoved his knee into his neck. George told him, “Please, the knee in my neck, I can’t breathe.” According to CNN, witness Donald Williams told the policeman, “Officer, he’s not resisting arrest, you have your knee on him and you have handcuffs on him, he’s detained at this moment.'”
Over the weekend, some of your favorite reality TV stars attended protests. Others encouraged people to take action and speak up.
Kelly Dodd had a tough start on Real Housewives of Orange County, but eventually, she became someone viewers liked to root for. Lately, that’s not really the case. She has made many offensive remarks about the coronavirus pandemic. She’s apologized, but then she just says something else, only to say sorry again. It’s a never-ending cycle.
Some RHOC viewers are so upset that they’re (apparently) reaching out to the production company asking for Kelly to get fired.
You can now own a piece of Real Housewives history! Former Real Housewives of Miami star Ana Quincoces has called on housewives from all cities to donate some of their most iconic reunion dresses to be auctioned off for coronavirus relief efforts.
Housewives from all over the country answered Ana’s call and donated some amazing reunion dresses. This is such a fun and creative way to give back to our frontline workers. If you’re a Housewives superfan, you don’t want to miss this auction. Ana has collected over 30 pieces from not only the Housewives, but also Andy Cohen himself!
Kyle Richards from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the target of some harsh opinions lately. She has really come into her own as a housewife since she started on the show during season 1. The current season has just started and Kyle has already been in the middle of quite a bit of drama. She is not afraid to state her opinion and tell her friends when she thinks they’re wrong. However, this has caused her to see her fair share of trouble and polarizing opinions. Last season, she even had a huge fall-out with former friend and previous housewife Lisa Vanderpump.
Vicki Gunvalson who is a former housewife on the Real Housewives of Orange County, has been making claims that Kyle is “kind of vanilla” and “stays in the safe lane.” Has Vicki been watching the same show as the rest of us? Vicki was the only original Housewife from the Real Housewives series. Even though she got the boot, she seems to think that she is entitled to her opinions. Regardless of how true or false they may be. She has been known to state that the show is “hers” and that no one would be on the series if it was not for her.
While Kelly Dodd had a shaky start on Real Housewives of Orange County, she provided fans with plenty of moments that motivated us to root for her. However, it’s just tough to do that lately with all of her coronavirus-related commentary. She said that coronavirus is God’s way of thinning the herd. She also “joked” that people are going to die anyway. And then there was that gathering with her RHOC co-stars Shannon Beador, Emily Simpson, and Braunwyn Windham-Burke. They wore face masks, one that ironically said “6 feet apart.” However, they got in such close proximity to each other for some selfies. They did not seem to be taking the shelter in place order seriously. At all.
Additionally, Kelly has been traveling back and forth from California to New York City, where her fiance Rick Leventhal lives. As an outsider, it’s hard not to have opinions about Kelly’s comments and behavior in relation to the coronavirus. Now, she has even more to say.
Some of the Real Housewives of Orange County cast members caused some controversy when they posted photos hanging out during the coronavirus pandemic in the midst of a stay-at-home order in California. Yes, they wore face masks, covering their mouths and noses. Yes, they seemingly had less than ten people with them. But, nevertheless, a lot of people were outraged when they reunited and took a selfie, mere inches from each other’s faces.
This was probably the one time Gina Kirschenheiter was actually happy to be excluded. Shannon Beador, Kelly Dodd, Braunwyn Windham-Burke, and Emily Simpson were present for the coronavirus gathering. Even
recently fired Real Housewives of Orange County alum Tamra Judge commented with a face palm emoji. She’s not the only one throwing some shade though.
Bitter, party of two. Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge have been talking a lot of trash since they
got fired “left” Real Housewives of Orange County. I can’t tell if they’re just truly slamming the door behind them or if they’re just trying to ignite a strong enough feud with the actual cast members that they’ll get asked back on the show. Most likely, it’s the second one.
Vicki never liked Braunwyn Windham-Burke. However, Tamra didn’t mind making out with her. Now, Tamra is dissing her supposed “friend” with some encouragement from her
ally BFF Vicki. They also took some cheap shots at Emily Simpson, because why not hate on the well-spoken lawyer who actually seems like a nice person?
Grab your oranges because The Real Housewives of Orange County are in some seriously hot water. On Monday (May 4), Kelly Dodd took to social media to share a picture of herself hanging out with Shannon Beador, Emily Simpson and Braunwyn Windham-Burke…in the middle of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Needless to say, fans didn’t take to0 kindly to the RHOC stars utter disregard for social distancing directives in a time when most everyone around the country is doing their best to stay home for the sake of public health, and outrage spread faster than you can scream “I have never been with multiple partners in my life!”