Lizzie Rovsek has been on The Real Housewives of Orange County for over a year now, and she knows that the ladies tend to blow smaller things way out of proportion. Just last year at Lizzie’s home, a comment about “taking the Beadors down” led to a dinner with crying, screaming, and concerns about Shannon Beador’s mental health.
But this season, Lizzie Rovsek is staying out of the drama for the most part. Rovsek is only a friend of the housewives this season, so she is keeping a low profile. And yet, Lizzie was present during Heather’s event at her home, where some of her co-stars got into a heated altercation over Brooks Ayers’ cancer diagnosis.
According to a new Bravo report, Lizzie Rovsek is now revealing that she believes Meghan Edmonds has been planning a confrontation with Vicki Gunvalson. While Lizzie doesn’t take Vicki’s side in the argument, Rovsek does feel that Edmonds is stirring up drama.
“I’m starting to think that Meghan really likes to be in the center of drama,” Lizzie Rovsek reveals in her blog, adding, “We are arguing that a psychic said Brooks doesn’t have cancer? Is this for real? I do not think Meghan is genuinely concerned about Brooks’ cancer. I think she wants to catch Vicki in a lie.”
This season has been plagued with Brooks’ cancer and Vicki’s emotional state. Not only did Brooks deal with cancer, but Vicki also lost her mother rather suddenly. And last week, when a psychic brought up the possibility that he was lying about having cancer, some of the wives believed him. Lizzie Rovsek has tried to be there for Gunvalson as a friend of the wives.
“I can’t imagine that anyone would ever lie about something as serious as cancer. My mind doesn’t even go there. I think the basis of this entire argument is that Meghan is trying to dispel Brooks’ cancer. Why is she spending her time researching? Does Meghan even know Brooks? It has to be one of the worst accusations to hear about your loved one who is battling cancer,” Lizzie points out.
Even though Rovsek does feel that this drama is unnecessary, she does believe that she gets something out of the friendships. She recently thought she was pregnant and she shared this news — and a pregnancy test — with the women.
“We can all learn from each other. I believe that when we give each other advice on certain things like raising children and relationships we can really help one another. However, this does not seem beneficial at all. I gather that after all the research that Meghan did at home, she knew she was going to bring this conversation up. This argument seemed premeditated to me,” she adds.
What do you think of Lizzie Rovsek’s assessment?
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