Heather Dubrow started filming this season of The Real Housewives of Orange County quite skeptical about Vicki Gunvalson, based on what happened last year. Vicki was caught up in the cancer scandal involving Brooks Ayers, and she was desperately trying to get back into her old social circle. But it didn’t take long for newcomer Kelly Dodd to steal the spotlight as she quickly came to Vicki’s defense. Not only did they bond a strong friendship, but Kelly also started slamming the other ladies and has yet to apologize for it all.
According to a new Bravo report, Heather Dubrow is now revealing that the reunion special will change friendships within the group because some people are unwilling to change and unwilling to admit to their mistakes. It sounds like Dubrow is hinting that Kelly Dodd is unable to apologize for her behavior and own up to her own mistakes. Heather made these comments recently during an interview with E! News, according to Bravo.
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“There are some relationships that are irreparable,” Heather Dubrow reveals about the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion which starts airing on Monday night, adding that fans will see how some people are willing to forgive and forget, while others are not exactly willing to apologize for their actions.
“As always, the reunion is pretty brutal,” Heather Dubrow points out in her interview with E! News, according to Bravo, adding, “But I think what’s interesting about this reunion is it’s interesting to see who can apologize and own their stuff and make amends, and who thinks that they’re empirically right and feel that they don’t owe anyone anything.”
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Heather grew closer to Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador this season, and the three ladies were quickly labeled as the mean girls of the show. Vicki and Kelly were on the outside, but many people supported them due to Tamra’s aggressive behavior, Shannon’s denial about her marriage and Dubrow’s mean girl approach while in Ireland, where she called Dodd trash and talked about her daughter behind her back. One has to wonder if she apologizes for that comment herself.
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“Watching yourself back on television is an interesting thing because, first of all, you don’t always remember everything you’ve said, and sometimes the way it all comes together is different than how you remembered it in your mind. So the reunion is such a great chance to apologize, make amends, move forward, figure out who the right relationships are for you,” Heather Dubrow explains during her interview, adding, “But then there are people that want to come to the reunion and hurt people. And that definitely happened this year.”
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It sounds like Dubrow hurried home after the reunion special and told her husband Terry about everything that went down. He also shared his thoughts about the reunion, even though he didn’t attend. Terry knows all of the ladies, and he has struggled to forgive Vicki for the cancer scandal as his name came up in one of the ladies conversations about Brooks. Gunvalson had told people that Ayers needed fluids, and Terry had come over to help them out, even though that never happened.
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“It sounds like there are certain things that are said that one can never recover from… It sounds to me like there are three things that were involved: rage, regret, and sorrow. This reunion, from what I understand, it is going to be incredibly powerful,” Terry Dubrow reveals during the interview, sharing that his wife has told him about some of the things that went down during the long reunion taping.
What do you think of Heather Dubrow’s comments about the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion special? Do you think she’s referring to Kelly Dodd when she talks about people who are unable to forgive and forget?
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