Kelly Dodd is convinced that her Real Housewives of Orange County co-stars, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, and Shannon Beador, are attempting to land their own show.
During an interview on the Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino podcast days ago, which was transcribed by Reality Blurb on August 31, Dodd opened up about her thoughts on the “Tres Amigas” and said that they “all belong together.” As for their alleged plans to launch their own show, Dodd told host Pellegrino that Gunvalson, Judge, and Beador “want their own show.”
“They want to go on the road, they want to do, like, a Luann [de Lesseps] thing,” she explained.
As fans of the Real Housewives franchise well know, LuAnn de Lesseps, of The Real Housewives of New York City, has been starring in a successful cabaret show, “Countess and Friends,” for a couple of years. She has showcased her performances on a number of occasions on RHONY.
As for what Gunvalson, Judge, and Beador could have to offer fans in their own on-stage production, it’s hard to say. Although de Lesseps dances, sings, and tells jokes throughout her performances, it’s unclear if any of the Orange County-based stars are trained to do any such thing.
Rumors of Gunvalson, Judge, and Beador’s potential show first began swirling earlier this summer following Gunvalson’s sudden demotion on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
“Vicki took the news really hard when she found out she was getting demoted from RHOC,” a source told Hollywood Life. “Vicki has always spent a ton of time with Shannon and Tamra, and at one point they came up with an idea to work on a project together.”
According to the July report, nothing has been finalized when it comes to the ladies’ show but all three of the longtime co-stars are reportedly hopeful about their future collaboration. After all, with Gunvalson having only filmed a “friend” role for Season 14, the women have been wanting an excuse to spend more time with one another.
As fans of The Real Housewives of Orange County well know, Gunvalson was on the outs with Judge and Beador for the past couple of years before reconciling her friendships with them amid filming on Season 14. Since then, the women have been thick as thieves, just as they were before their falling out years ago.
The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 14 airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.