Bravo’s “Real Housewives Of Orange County” Season 17 is hands down one of the most dramatic seasons and the drama just doesn’t stop!
RHOC Star Gina is now calling out Heather and now she felt disrespected by her Co-Star.
Heather appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. She didn’t feel apologetic about “minimizing her newfound real estate career by saying that [her] college freshman son was getting into the same field.”
Gina responded to the comment on the Two Ts In A Pod podcast:
Gina said she’s “not asking Heather to apologize for bringing up her son.” However Heather “did apologize.
“When you are starting something out and then you are bringing it up on the show, and you are trying to drive this career, which I really genuinely am, then for your friend and castmate, and somebody who knows how this goes, to compare that and be like, ‘Oh! My 18-year-old kid is also doing that,’ you know, it was a little bit – and you guys also know what you saw on the show, yeah that was an isolated instance, but she brought it up, like, several times,”
We’re happy the two were able to get the problems out of the way!
“The Real Housewives of Orange County” is produced by Evolution Media for Bravo, with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Thomas Kelly, Brian McCarthy and Megan Sanchez-Warner, along with Scott Dunlop, serving as Executive Producers. Andy Cohen also serves as Executive Producer.
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