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Brandi Redmond Real Housewives Of Dallas

This past year has been full of some extreme highs and lows for Brandi Redmond. A video resurfaced of her mocking Asians. After that, she checked into a wellness center in the midst of the backlash.

Her mother-in-law died in a car accident. Brandi’s daughter Brinkley was in the car at the time. Thankfully, she survived the action. Last week, Brandi announced the birth of her fourth child, a baby girl. And now she’s done with Real Housewives of Dallas? Or at least that’s what it seems like she’s saying.

Brandi Redmond Real Housewives Of Dallas

Congratulations are in order Real Housewives of Dallas OG cast member Brandi Redmond. She and her husband Bryan Redmond have welcomed their fourth child to the family.

They already had two daughters, 11-year-old Brooklyn and and 9-year-old Brinkley, in addition to their son Bruin, who is two years old.

D'Andra Simmons Real Housewives Of Dallas

Jesus, take the wheel. The women of Real Housewives of Dallas are back on their shit. What even was this Brandi Redmond head on a stick wine partyD’Andra Simmons doesn’t totally deserve to have her hosting skills dragged by Kary Brittingham, but what in the actual fk was that?!

Overall, the dismissal of LeeAnne Locken and addition of Tiffany Moon has turned this franchise around. The parties have been lit, and the new cultural collides are heating up. Off screen, the women just can NOT stop slamming each other about behind-the-scenes shit talk. There’s also been news that there was a whole Housewife axed from this season. Who doesn’t love some post-production gossip?

D'Andra Simmons Real Housewives Of Dallas

Welcome to the new era of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Stop sleeping on this franchise because this season is a rebirth for this city. Both the removal of LeeAnne Locken and the arrival of Tiffany Moon have fully shaken up the landscape. Tiffany’s already not shying away from drama and is currently embroiled in a wildly petty feud with Kameron Westcott. Who knew chicken feet could have this sort of impact?

Sadly, Real Housewives of Dallas viewers have to endure yet another season with Kary Brittingham. If you found her annoying last season, she’s even more grating this season. Her newfound desire to poke and prod at D’Andra Simmons over everything is exhausting. Why is she choosing to constantly attack her alleged close friend? Is that what friends do. D’Andra’s seeing a shaman these days, but how much bullying can someone take before there’s no inner peace left?

Kary Brittingham Real Housewives Of Dallas

Tiffany Moon hasn’t wasted any time sharing her culture with the ladies. The Real Housewives of Dallas are out of their comfort zone more than ever before. We’re actually about to have a full on feud over the refusal to consume a chicken foot. Kameron Westcott may have the palate of a third grader, but who is Tiffany to berate her for that? Tiffany is bringing some rich vibes this season, but at what point does that turn to snotty?

Now that the group is moving on from the Brandi Redmond racist video mocking Asians, the future is becoming clearer. There’s obviously something brewing between Kary Brittingham & D’Andra Simmons. Who claims to be someone’s friend and then berates them the way Kary did to her on last week’s episode of Real Housewives of Dallas. A small amount of playful teasing is one thing. However, Kary is coming off like a bully. Will D’Andra hold her accountable?

Brandi Redmond Real Housewives Of Dallas

Is everyone ready for the first Real Housewives of Dallas season without LeeAnne Locken? While she may have been a lightning rod for drama on the show, she also brought a lot of heavy baggage. The cast is going to feel so much lighter and fresher without her in the mix. All of the women besides LeeAnne are back this season, and they’re joined by newbie Tiffany Moon. It’ll be curious to see how she addresses Brandi Redmond’s racist video mocking Asian people.

The women are tasked with filming during the global pandemic, and that’s no easy feat. COVID has struck everyone in different ways, so watching these ladies navigate the virus is going to be fascinating. This season has boatloads of potential, and it would be nice to see them climb the hierarchy of Housewives cities. They’ve been at the bottom for far too long. Perhaps with this fresh new vibe, they can show fans that everything truly is bigger in Texas.

Braunwyn Windham-Burke Elizabeth Lyn Vargas

The newest member of the Real Housewives of Orange County, Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, has had quite a hard time during her freshman season. At first, her life seemed all fun and games. Elizabeth shopped for designer clothes, treated herself to a Ferrari, and bought over priced kale salad mix from Gelson’s (which is quite yummy by the way). But then we learned Elizabeth was going through a nasty divorce. On top of that, she dropped a major bomb that she had grown up in a religious cult and was abused.

There was even more drama when Elizabeth caused confusion regarding her relationship with her boyfriend, Jimmy Juarez. Elizabeth kept changing her story on whether or not they were sleeping together. When confronted, Elizabeth was unable to clarify was because her divorce wasn’t finalized. This prompted Braunwyn Windham-Burke to hire a private investigator to dig up some dirt. Now it seems Elizabeth might be dishing out some payback to Braunwyn regarding her own personal issues.

Real Housewives Of Dallas D'Andra Simmons

Real Housewives of Dallas will be back in January for Season 5. A majority of the upcoming season was shot in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which means that fans can expect for the parties and vacations to be scaled back.

However, having a more low key party or vacation is hardly an actual problem, by any stretch of the imagination. Too many people have lost their lives and lost family members to coronavirus. Others have had lingering, possibly long-term effects, following their experiences with coronavirus as well. Unfortunately, Dallas Housewife D’Andra Simmons is currently battling covid-19.