This season of Real Housewives of Orange Countyis just starting to heat up. The new cast members are finally integrating with the veteran ladies, and by “integrating” I mean “screaming at in the middle of an event.” Emily Simpsonearned her stripes as a Real Housewife of Orange County when she stepped into the (metaphorical) ring with Kelly Dodd during the last episode.
Kelly may be the newest veteran Housewife, but going toe to toe with Kelly is far from easy. No one wants to be on the receiving end of a Kelly Dodd tirade, let alone a brand new Housewife. During the last episode of the show, Kelly confronted Steve Lodgeabout comments he made against her on social media and in interviews. Then, Emily’s husband Shane Simpson stepped in, Kelly called him a “little bitch,” and then Emily threatened to “kill” Kelly. And of course, we were all left with a cliffhanger ending going into tonight’s episode.
Kelly called out Steve for talking poorly about her to the press. Emily’s husband Shane randomly stepped in, prompting Kelly to call him a “little bitch.” Emily threatened to “kill” Kelly. To say things “got out of hand” does not do it justice.
Specifically, Kelly called Shane a “little bitch,” which obviously did not sit well with Emily who told Kelly she would “kill” her. There is not a more effective way to rile up a Real Housewife than to mess with her man.
At this point, the Real Housewives of Orange Countyviewers don’t really “know” Gina Kirschenheiterother than her very unconventional marriage where her husband Matt Kirschenheiter lives in another city in an apartment she had never seen. That really wasn’t boding well for their marriage and in real life, the fans know the two aren’t together anymore.
Even though they are not together anymore, it really isn’t make a huge difference to the fans since we never saw Matt on the show anyway. Now Gina is discussing her time as the new Orange County Housewife with Andy Cohen during her first appearance on Watch What Happens Live.