‘RHOC’ Star Vicki Gunvalson To Get Her Own Bravo Spin-Off Show?

The Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson has been on the show for many years, and fans have seen her grow up in front of the cameras. Over the past 10 years, Vicki has been married, been divorced, grown her business and gone through a bad relationship, where she was guilty by association in a cancer scheme. Plus, fans have seen her children grow up, including Vicki’s daughter, Briana, who was in high school when they started filming and is now working as a full-time nurse. So many fans are curious as to why Gunvalson doesn’t have her own spin-off show.

According to a new tweet, The Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson is now revealing that she would be open to filming her own show about her family. Gunvalson has never really talked about filming her own show, but now that she only has Kelly Dodd and Tamra Judge in her corner on The Real Housewives of Orange County, she may be considering her own show about her family.

“I think it would be awesome 4 Vicki Gunvalson to have a family-[esque] spinoff! I love her family together. Such a genuine bond,” one fan wrote to Vicki Gunvalson, who retweeted the message in support. Andy Cohen was also tagged in the tweet.

“I agree now that would be badass show love Vickis family,” one person replied to the tweet, with others writing, “I Lov her family, I used to enjoy Vicki very much but I have a hard time forgetting the cancer BS” and “We want Donn back! Can’t he swing by to clean the fridge or something?”

Many fans saw what a possible show could be like on this week’s episode, as Vicki Gunvalson invited her daughter, her grandchildren, her son and even her son-in-law to an estate out of town to celebrate her birthday. Vicki also invited some of her friends, but it was more of a family affair.

Vicki lost her friendship with Shannon Beador after the ladies didn’t trust her claims that she was innocent in the whole cancer scandal. Beador had also trusted Vicki with information about David Beador’s affair and Gunvalson had told her family members. Shannon decided to cut off Vicki, and while she has forgiven her co-star for last year’s drama, she has no interest in having Vicki in her life. So, it wasn’t surprising that Gunvalson wasn’t invited to the vow renewal that David put together for his wife.

“When I found out that David had invited all the ladies and their spouses except Kelly and I to Shannon’s party I was sad that we are in this place, however I don’t blame David one bit,” Vicki Gunvalson revealed in her Bravo blog, adding, “I’ve come to realize that some people will come into our lives for a reason, and some will come for a season. I’ve realized my friendship with Shannon was for a ‘season.’ I wish her the best but for her not willing to move on, she was only in my life for a ‘season’ and I’m perfectly fine with it. I am a good friend, a loyal friend and for her not to see those qualities in me, I don’t need to beg her to be my friend either.”

It sounds like Gunvalson wants to move on and just have positive people in her life. It would make sense if Vicki got her own spin-off show, as many other housewives have had their own spin-off shows, including Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Zolciak, Bethenny Frankel and Kandi Burruss to name a few.

Would you watch a spin-off based on Vicki Gunvalson’s family?

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