Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers with his cancer claims have taken center stage throughout the Real Housewives of Orange County (RHOC) Season 10 episodes. Now that the RHOC finale has aired, new revelations about Vicki, Brooks, and his cancer and what the Real Housewives cast members think have emerged, including Shannon Beador, Heather Dubrow, Tamra Judge, and the very vocal Meghan King Edmonds, reported People.
Gunvalson was there without her ex-boyfriend Ayers, but Brooks seemed like the ghost of Real Housewives Of Orange County episodes past as the RHOC cast members gossiped about Vicki and her defense of his cancer claims.
Although the Real Housewives gossip took place at the baptism and party honoring Tamra Judge, the pure white that most of the party guests wore seemed a marked contrast to the yelling, screaming, and cursing that took place after the prayers and sweetness occurred.
Gunvalson was ready for action, and neither Shannon nor Meghan spared their remarks in the feud over whether Brooks has cancer. Talking about Ayers and the RHOC cast members disbelief of his cancer diagnosis, Vicki added her religious belief to the debate.
"Satan is the author of confusion," said Gunvalson. "I know the truth. And I will pray for everyone that's confused."
Vicki then attempted to leave to end her part in the discussion about Brooks. Meanwhile, Gunvalson and Ayers' cancer were the center topic for Heather Dubrow, Beador, and Edmonds.
Joining the cancer debate were Billy, who is Vicki's brother, as well as his own girlfriend, Rhonda. Faithful to his sister, Billy insisted that he believed Gunvalson and Brooks were telling the truth about the cancer diagnosis. The bickering segued to the marriage problems that Shannon has experienced.
Shannon rushed to confront Vicki because she was convinced that Gunvalson was responsible for the gossip. A new battle quickly brewed amid the baptism party guests. As Shannon tried to confront her, a bewildered and bitter Vicki exited in tears.
Gunvalson's bitterness changed to sorrow as she talked about what she had experienced throughout the season. Vicki is struggling with grief over the death of her mother, hurt by her former friends' harsh doubts over Brooks' cancer claims, and suffering.
"I'm really, really sad and all this stuff is just disgusting minutiae," said Vicki.
In addition to Gunvalson and the debate over Ayers' cancer, the RHOC finale included updates on all the cast members. Viewers learned that Heather Dubrow is still behind on renovating her house. Tamra continues to go to church and sell real estate.
Despite the remarks about her marital mess, Shannon as well as Meghan are experiencing improved marriages. And Ayers and Gunvalson split.
Among the highlights of the RHOC Season 10 finale, however, were some bizarre remarks, pointed out E! News.
"I've done nothing wrong here... I'm being nailed to the cross like Jesus was and he did nothing wrong. He's Jesus Christ and he did nothing wrong and he was nailed to the cross. That's how I feel," declared Vicki in her comparison of herself to Jesus Christ.
In her analysis of that remark, Tamra expressed her concern.
"You're not Jesus and you're not getting nailed to the cross, but you could be going to hell if you're lying about cancer," commented Judge.
One of the repeating themes of the season has been the tension between Gunvalson and her daughter Briana. The claws came out as Vicki commented on what Briana had told Tamra, which was that Ayers was lying.
"Briana's a sh*t-stirrer, so... She wants to do anything she can to destroy Brooks' image. She's done it," asserted Vicki.
Gunvalson and her ex-boyfriend's cancer claims previously were dissected by her daughter Briana, an ER nurse, and Tamra Judge, as the Inquisitr reported.
Both women feel suspicious, but Vicki's daughter Briana is an ER nurse who reveals just how much she doubts her mom's ex-boyfriend's claims that he has pancreatic cancer.
"When I first heard about Brooks' cancer and his treatments, things didn't add up…If you survive [pancreatic cancer], walking around cocktail parties like your s**t don't stink, I'm calling all my nursing professors because you belong in a textbook."
So Briana now reveals that after she questioned Brooks, he finally confessed the truth to her, which Culberson kindly defines for the non-medical members of the viewing audience.
"He broke down and told me he had pancreatitis, which is an inflammation of the pancreas caused by alcohol abuse," clarifies Briana.
In addition, the worried ER nurse predicts that her mother will either find out the truth or one day Brooks will abruptly become cured.
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