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Kelly Dodd Says It’s ‘Liberating’ Being Engaged To Rick Leventhal And Confirms She And Vicki Gunvalson Made Amends At RHOC Season 14 Reunion!

Despite feuding on the current season of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Kelly Dodd and Gunvalon have ended their feud. "We did, yeah," the reality star shares with ET. "I mean, I wish the best for Vicki. I don’t want to hold onto grudges with her, but I wish Vicki the best, I really do."

"We did, yeah," Dodd told Entertainment Tonight. "I mean, I wish the best for Vicki. I don’t want to hold onto grudges with her, but I wish Vicki the best, I really do."

After the cast shot their season 14 reunion, gossip outlets reported that Kelly and Vicki hugged things out during the taping, which Kelly has now seemingly confirmed. Kelly at the moment is living her best life as she recently got engaged to Fox New correspondent, Rick Leventhal.

"We wanna get married Oct. 10, 2020, however it's kind of a fast thing," she admits. "I mean, we’re so busy all of December, January. We don't -- were hoping for that. We just don't know, logistically, how were gonna do it."

Kelly previously told ET she's interested in a "job transfer" from RHOC to The Real Housewives of New York City, Kelly now says she would leave Housewives behind to live in NYC full-time with her love, if it comes down to it.

"New York is my jam," she exclaims. "I have tons of friends here, I have Rick here. I would love to move to New York. I feel like I fit in way more in New York than I do in Orange County … New York’s more my speed."

In a separate interview with E! News, Dodd revealed she feels a newfound feeling of freedom after getting engaged to Rick Leventhal.

With Leventhal standing right by her side, Dodd gushed over being engaged. "It feels great. It feels like, 'Oh my God, I got my husband-to-be," she said.

The star couldn't stop raving about her relationship. As she went on, "It just feels so liberating to have somebody that just is in love with you. And you know, it's not like you have like, the back and forth, like are you worrying about it. I don't know, I hate dating. And I know that he's the one. He knows that I'm the one. It's just a really great, it's like a security feeling."

In the meantime, Dodd did reveal what fans can expect to see throughout the rest of the current RHOC season. "Oh my God. I mean, it's not what you expect! You see [Tamra Judge] going in the bushes, crying hysterically. [Emily Simpson] and I are going through therapy. It's so unpredictable. You think something's going this way, and it throws you for a loop. You have to watch."

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