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Kelly Dodd Reacts To Heather Durbow’s Return To ‘RHOC’; Calls Her A “Snob” While Wishing Her “Nothing But Success”

Kelly Dodd is reacting to news that Heather Dubrow is returning to The Real Housewives of Orange County while she was not asked to come back for the show’s upcoming sixteenth season.

Dodd said she wishes Dubrow “success” despite there being friction between two of them from past seasons. 

“Good for her!! I wish her and the show nothing but success…,” Dodd said in a statement via Fox News

However, Dodd, who is no stranger to controversy, threw some shade at Dubrow by labeling her as a snob.

After the Instagram page, Real Housewives Franchise, shared the news that Dubrow was returning to the series along with returning cast members Shannon Storms Beador, Emily Simpson, and Gina Kirschenheiter -  Dodd slammed the Botched wife in the comment section of the post, which was captured and shared by Reality Blurb.

The news comes after it was revealed last week that Braunwyn Windham-Burke, Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, and Kelly Dodd are not returning to RHOC for Season 16. According to reports, Bravo decided not to renew their contracts.

A spokesperson confirmed the news to Variety about Windhand-Burke, Lyn Vargas, and Dodd’s departures. 

Shannon Storms Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, and Emily Simpson, however, are all returning to RHOC for Season 16. They will be joined by former Housewife Heather Dubrow, who originally left the series in 2017 after five seasons. Variety added that one or two new women will also join the cast.

A few days ago, it was reported that Braunwyn’s best friend Noella Bergener is joining the cast for Season 16. 

“Noella is coming on board as a cast member for the new season, though Braunwyn will not be returning,” a source told The Sun. “They tested her out before the firing decisions were made. She has good chemistry with other potential new cast members.”

Meanwhile, it’s being reported that Tamra Judge is returning to RHOC as a “friend.” 


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