Get ready for Real Housewives of Orange County! The Season 15 trailer dropped this morning and there’s a lot of Shannon Beador shrieking, Kelly Dodd yelling, and Braunwyn Windham-Burke crying. Just like last season. Only now we’re not seeing Tamra BarneyJudge flash her enhancements or hearing Vicki Gunvalson woo-hoo. I get that you’ll come for me in the comments, but I kind of missed seeing them in the trailer.
We also know that Emily Simpson is back. She was crying about something in the trailer – I’m assuming her small husband. We also got our first glimpse of new RHOC housewife Elizabeth Lyn Vargas. I laughed out loud because I was picturing Elizabeth Vargas the former 20/20 news anchor this whole time. Yeah, they’re not the same. Anyways, it’s the same old stuff, but it does look like Gina Kirschenheiter has a surprise in store for us this season.
Season 15 of Real Housewives of Orange County is featuring some major changes. The cast was filming during the Covid-19 crises, and it shows how the RHOC ladies grappled with the stress.
This is also the first season without “OG” cast members Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge. They walked away when they weren’t offered full-time positions for Season 15. But don’t worry, Tamra and Vicki will never stop commenting on RHOC.
Real Housewives of Orange County’s resident youngin Gina Kirschenheiter was a bit of an underdog when it came to casting. She wasn’t your typical, over-botoxed Orange County housewife. Hell, she wasn’t even from Orange County – Gina hails from Long Island, NY. But since she joined the cast in season 13, she’s beat the odds on how long fans thought she would stay. As a testament to her staying power, she’s coming back for this upcoming season, which is currently filming.
But Gina has been through more than her fair share of drama since starting the show. As a housewife, she has been mostly unscathed. Her big fights consisted of going toe to toe with Vicki Gunvalson about not believing in God. But her personal life is another story. Back in 2018, Gina filed for divorce from her husband of 8 years, Matt Kirschenheiter. While they tried a few times to reconcile, Matt was arrested for domestic violence against Gina. He was charged with felony “corporal injury – on spouse/cohabitant” and felony “False imprisonment effected by violence, menace, fraud, or deceit.” Pretty heavy stuff.
Gina Kirschenheiter is living her best life right now, and after splitting from her ex, she totally deserves it. Her former husband, Matt Kirschenheiter, cheated on the Real Housewives of Orange County star. In June of 2019, Matt was charged with felony domestic violence after he allegedly assaulted Gina.
Now Gina has announced that she is returning to RHOC for her third season as a full-time Housewife. Not only that, but she has a new man in her life—Travis Mullen. And the couple has taken a giant leap forward in their relationship.
Gina Kirschenheiter is one of those housewives that really divides fans. Since she was first introduced to us on Real Housewives of Orange County, those watching have either loved her or hated her. Some think she’s boring, some think she brings a fresh vibe to the show. Others don’t think she’s inspirational enough while some argue that she’s easier to relate to than the run of the mill housewife.
Regardless of what you think of Gina, she’s had a rough year and most of it was either caught on camera or addressed on the show. Gina spent her first season on RHOC defending her marriage, all while hiding that it was crumbling behind closed doors. Once she went into the next season and admitted to costar Shannon Beador that ex-husband Matt Kirschenheiter cheated on her and was still with his mistress, I’m not sure if anyone was really shocked. Viewers couldn’t help but notice that Matt wasn’t only absent on camera, but he didn’t even live with his family. Gina blamed this on his job. But none of that really added up. Things only went from bad to worse after it was announced that they were divorcing.
Real Housewives of Orange County’s Gina Kirschenheiter’s hopes of having an amicable relationship with ex-husband Matt Kirschenheiter may not come true.
The latest issue the two have comes down to money. Gina’s ex apparently doesn’t want to pay the current amount. And it appears as though the two may be going to court over it.
Real Housewives of Orange County was filled with drama this season. The unthinkable happened when “OG” Vicki Gunvalson was demoted to being a Friend of the Housewives. Her boyfriend, Steve Lodge, even popped the question. But nothing distracted Vicki from trying to grab her RHOC orange back. She brought up a rumor (along with Tamra Judge’s help) that co-star Kelly Dodd was a participant in a sex train. Stay classy, Tamra and Vicki.
Kelly infuriated Tamra and Shannon Beador by involving herself in Jim Bellino’s $1 million dollar lawsuit against them. Shannon and Tamra are drowning in legal bills from the lawsuit.
Finally we have reached the end of the line with Real Housewives Of Orange County. It has been a long and confusing season of many Housewives I do not particularly like. Tamra Judge, I am looking at you. Furthermore I am so thankful I will no longer have to type Brauwnyn Windham-Burke‘s exhausting name, as exhausting as the woman herself, every week. Ugh.
Among the many revelations from part 3 of the reunion, we learned that skanky behavior has always been a cornerstone of the show’s foundation and Andy Cohen will not have you argue it any other way. Boobs out, girls!
We open with Vicki Gunvalson accusing Braunwyn of violating the show’s moral compass, causing Vicki to lose 2 clients. I’m sorry, so dating cancer scamming Brooks Ayers meets Vici’s clients “moral compass”? Andy reminds Vicki that she has flashed her tits at the dinner table, given fake blow jobs (in addition to plenty of low blows) and participated in the Naked Wasted episode with Gretchen Rossi, so why the revisionist history??