Tiffany Moon did NOT come to play at the Real Housewives of Dallas reunion. She read the women up and down throughout the entire episode. Kameron Westcott was especially hit by the truth bombs coming from the Dallas newbie. Tiffany scored the coveted seat next to Andy Cohen, and she proved why she deserved that accolade. It’s a shame that nobody in her life wants her on the show because she EXCELS in this role.
The most puzzling part of last week’s episode was Brand Redmond’s silence. Why was she even there? Did she even speak once? She has the most to answer for (besides Kary Brittingham), so let’s here what she has to say! We need to hear her speak out about the video of herself mocking Asians. Someone make a dramatic scene and place a chair in the center for her. We need to hear her thoughts on the wild rumors about her husband Bryan Redmond! Let’s hear it!
The Real Housewives Of Dallas Reunion is FINALLY HERE. Strap in because this one is going to be a wild one. There’s so much to unpack this season. It seemed like every episode contained another themed party or trip that stirred up drama. From the video of Brandi Redmond mocking Asians to Kary Brittingham’s new bully status. A lot has gone down this season, and Andy Cohen’s going to MENTION IT ALL.
Tiffany Moon has the seat next to Andy which means she’s going to be a major player. She was involved in quite a bit of drama for her first season. Her personal story line was also one of the more gripping ones as well. Tiffany brought everything that a Housewife needs to be successful on this show. Hopefully she tasks everyone to task for their backwards thinking and inappropriate actions. Someone needs to!
On last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Dallas, D’Andra Simmons was out of control on a level we’ve never seen before. Alcohol was flowing freely, and so were tense family emotions. Momma Dee Simmons didn’t think twice before spilling an alleged secret about D’Andra. According to Dee, D’Andra strategically changed her last name to Simmons so it would take her further in life. That’s quite the bold accusation.
We’ve seen Tiffany Moon struggle to fit in all season with the group. On top of that, her work stress level has been an all time high. She’s also finding it difficult to manage all of that while also trying to be the best mother possible. With a lightened work schedule greenlit by her supervisor, she has one final task ahead of her. Tiffany has to break the news about this career shift to her mother. This could come across as a massive insult to her. Let’s dive in!
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?
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?
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?
It’s nearly impossible for a Real Housewife to get a “good edit” every single season. Usually, if that’s happening for too long, the cast member would just get fired. Usually the words “good edit” equate to “boring.”
However, Stephanie Hollman manages to be entertaining while being the sweetheart of Real Housewives of Dallas. The OG cast member has been going strong for five seasons now. Well, now there’s some gossip about why she’s coming across so well on the series.