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Tamra Judge Wants Vicki Gunvalson To Leave RHOC: “If She Could Just Go Home, Buh-Bye, I’d Be Very Happy About That”

Tamra Judge shares her thoughts on the current season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. The CUT Fitness owner thinks the show needs a change for Season 13 and says some of her current co-stars "need to go" including her former bestie Vicki Gunvalson.

Judge wants Gunvalson to flip her stance on her season 12 tagline. “It's time to go home,” Tamra scoffs, referencing Vicki’s opening tagline this year, “I go big or I go home, and I’m not going home.”

“I think some work needs to be done, think some people need to go,” Tamra tells Entertainment Tonight. “When you have somebody that's constantly attacking your family and then turning around going, 'I'm the victim, I'm the victim, I just wanna have friends! I just want everyone to get along!' That's when it's hard for me, because if you really wanted to be friends … you probably wouldn't have done all these horrible things that you're doing to me.”

If you recall, Tamra and Vicki have been feuding over rumors that Vicki repeated about Tamra’s husband, Eddie, being gay.

“She's been telling that rumor for about four years now,” Tamra shares. “Eddie says, ‘At least she's not calling me a criminal,’ or you know, ‘I don't beat my wife.’ Like, being gay is not illegal!”

Tamra believes Vicki is determined to take down the entire cast of the show that was around when Vicki’s relationship with Brooks Ayers imploded, following an alleged cancer scam. That includes Shannon and David Beador, Heather and Terry Dubrow, and Meghan King and Jim Edmonds.

“I think when she got caught in that whole Brooks thing, to make herself look better, she was going to go after everyone’s husbands,” says Tamra. “So that’s why she went after David, and she went after Eddie, and she said things about Terry ... and then she was going after Jim and Meghan. She fights like a child.”

“If she could just go home, buh-bye, I'd be very happy about that,” she adds. “I don't know what to expect. I don't know what Vicki we're gonna get that day. Are we going to get victim Vicki? 'I'm so sorry, I just repeated a rumor. I'm so sorry, I just wanted everybody to get along. Oh geez.' Or, am I going to get defensive, mean, backstabbing? I don't know.”

Tamra claims that she has forgiven Vicki, but admits that she’s not interested in rekindling their friendship.

“People are like, 'Why can't you forgive her?’” Tamra says. “I've forgiven her. She needs to, like, forgive herself. Maybe she'll feel better. And then, I just have to move on. I don't want to have people like that in my life.”

“You can have your differences, but when you’re trying to destroy somebody’s life, that’s not good,” she continues. “Nobody can recover from that. Like, you’re trying to destroy my life, start rumors about me, my husband, friends, calling my kids ... how could I ever go, ‘Oh, I just want to be your friend again?’”

“When you cross the line, it’s unforgivable,” she says. “Unforgivable. I want to be around a group of girls that, yeah, maybe we don’t agree on everything, and maybe we might argue about who knows what, but don’t try to destroy somebody’s life. Don’t say the things you say and do the things you do.”

Tamra says she's not sure when she will leave the Bravo hit reality show.

"Usually around this time, when we’re at the end of the season and it's reunion time, it’s like, OK, I’m done. I’m so done. I don’t want to do this again. And then, you know, we have a break ... and then you’re like, you’re all charged up again."

"It’s like childbirth," she jokes. "Like, you have the child and you’re like, 'I’m never having another child again.' And then later, you're like, 'Oh, but it was so much fun! It was so fun and the pain, it doesn’t last that long.' So, you know, I don’t know. I just take it year by year. I think you know. It’s like a bad marriage. You know when you want to get out ... right now, I'm good."

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