According to a new report, Heather is allegedly “making it difficult” for production to move forward with editing season 17 over concerns about “how she’ll be portrayed.”
An anonymous source recently told Deux Moi that season 17 of RHOC was “set to premiere March 8th” however Heather’s diva demands have allegedly put a wrench in Bravo’s plans.
“The OG housewives franchise was set to premiere March 8th and we still have no trailer. Many fans are wondering what the hold up is,” the source reveals.
“Allegedly, one of the cast members who made their comeback last year is worried about how she’ll be portrayed this upcoming season and [is] making it difficult for the network and production to move forward,” the source continues.
“Yes, I’m very powerful,” Heather wrote.
The 54-year-old returned to RHOC for season 16 after five years away from the show. Yet, Heather’s return to the show didn’t exactly go as planned. Some fans and members of RHOC cast accused her of trying to control the narrative on the show.
Most recently, Tamra Judge alluded that someone in the RHOC cast was mistreating members of production. Many believe that Tamra was referring to Heather however it has yet to be confirmed by the Two T’s in a Pod podcast host.
It’s unclear when season 17 of RHOC will premiere.
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Season 17 of RHOC is allegedly delayed due to concerns about how Heather Dubrow, one of the cast members who made a comeback last year, will be portrayed in the upcoming season. Heather’s alleged diva demands have reportedly made it difficult for production to move forward with editing the season.
According to a source, season 17 of RHOC was originally set to premiere on March 8th. However, as of now, there is no confirmed premiere date for the season.
Upon her return to RHOC for season 16 after a five-year absence, Heather Dubrow faced accusations of trying to control the narrative on the show. Some fans and members of the RHOC cast claimed that she was mistreating members of production. However, it has yet to be confirmed by Tamra Judge, who alluded to the mistreatment on her podcast, Two T’s in a Pod, whether she was specifically referring to Heather.