The 11th season of The Real Housewives of Orange County has come to an end following Monday’s finale, but the drama is just beginning.
What we saw on The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 11 Episode 18 may pale in comparison to the s–tshow still to come.
Check out the trailer for next week’s reunion …
Yeah. Suffice it to say, it looks beyond ugly.
The reunion trailer begins with the calm before the storm, a behind-the-scenes look at the women getting ready to hit the Bravo stage.
It belies, yet foreshadows what’s to come.
“How’s it going? You ready for today?” Andy Cohen inquires, to which Shannon Beador calmly responds, “I’m gonna kick some ass.”
That’s the mindset we’re talking about.
Not even five seconds later, the trailer cuts to Shannon telling Vicki Gunvalson, “You are despicable. I will never, ever speak to you again.”
Berating is probably a better word.
In her dressing room, Gunvalson reflected, “Not that I like to play the dirty game, but if you have to play it, you’ve got to play it strong.”
Who is she kidding? She loves it.
Vicki is not your average person when it comes to picking a fight. Scorched earth tactics have pretty much nothing on her.
She will absolutely f–king savage you.
If you take her on, you’re really asking for it, since she has no qualms about how she is perceived in the process of destroying opponents.
“If you don’t like me, bye bye Felicia. Get off my show,” she tells Shannon, and when you’re the OG of the OC, you can kind of get away with it.
Love her or hate her, Vicki isn’t wrong.
She’s been there 11 years, or 10 more than Kelly Dodd, though both have been equally polarizing characters throughout this season.
Then again, Kelly and Vicki were also the ones driving the show as a result. No offense to Tamra, Heather and Meghan, but let’s real.
If you watch The Real Housewives of Orange County online, you know that Kelly doesn’t hold back or mince words in any way. Ever.
Vicki and Kelly were the lifeblood of the series this fall, and as a result, they’re going to be in the crosshairs when the reunion comes ’round.
This is just the way Bravo shows roll.
She should be a force to be reckoned with on that reunion stage; Tamra Barney, and her newfound Christianity, on the other hand?
Andy told Tamra, “Historically, the reunions bring out a very ugly side of you,” to which she replies, “I’m learning to use my words better.”
We’ll believe that when we see it.
The emotional high point, though, comes as Shannon tearfully states, “My husband did not beat me” and Vicki calmly says, “I have proof.”
At that point, Shannon storms out. Just insane. The tension has been building for so long between these two that it was bound to boil over.
Three installments may not be sufficient to cover all the s–t that’s about to go down. Hit the comments and let us know your predictions.