Vicki Gunvalson accuses the Vanderpump Rules cast of staging Scandoval drama. Plus, the OG of the OC dishes on her return to RHOC.
Vicki went on to admit that she “does not care” about the drama on Pump Rules at all.
“Everybody has an affair, and I don’t really care,” she quipped.
“They weren’t married. They knew what they were getting into. I think it’s all publicity,” the 61-year-old continued.
Vicki added that she believes that the affair between Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss was “one hundred percent” staged.
Meanwhile, Vicki also confirmed her return to the Real Housewives of Orange County while chatting with the FACTZ podcast.
When asked what her role is for season 17 of RHOC, Vicki sadly confirmed that she was asked back as a “friend of” the Housewives.
However, Vicki makes it crystal clear that she is no “friend of” and that she is, in fact, the OG of the OC.
“Well, yeah, they brought me back in, like, maybe six times as a quote—unquote friend,” Vicki explained. “I am not a friend.”
She added: “I am a f*cking OG — like, what are you talking about?”
Vicki previously claimed she would never return to RHOC as anything less than a full-time Housewife after being demoted to a “friend of” for season 14. Vicki starred on the Real Housewives of Orange County from seasons 1 through 13. Yet, it seems Vicki wanted back on the show so badly that she was willing to take any offer Bravo tossed her way.
It’s important to note that while Vicki is declaring herself a “friend of” for season 17 of the Real Housewives of Orange County, it doesn’t seem that Bravo is characterizing her return in that capacity. In reality, Vicki Gunvalson is being referred to as a “guest” for season 17, while RHOBH alum Taylor Armstrong is the official “friend of” the Housewives.
Real Housewives of Orange County airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.