Kelly Dodd and Vicki Gunvalson have reportedly put a stop to their nasty feud — until next season at least. The Real Housewives of Orange County stars have agreed to stop bashing each other on social media, but not because they settled their beef.
Inside sources claim that Real Housewives executives forced the two to stop bickering because they want to save the fighting for next season.
“The bosses were able to convince Kelly to let it go, for now. They need to save the drama for next season,” the source revealed.
'RHOC' Star Kelly Dodd Drags Vicki Gunvalson Amid Feud: 'I’m Sorry If You’re Jealous' https://t.co/fbODHmP2DG
— Kelly Dodd (@RHOC_KellyDodd) December 13, 2018
The rumors of a cease-fire come days after Dodd deleted a post on Twitter demanding that Gunvalson resign from the show. Dodd made the comments after Gunvalson accused her of abusing cocaine during the RHOC reunion.
The real issue, however, stems from earlier this season. As fans will recall, Dodd was livid after she found out that Gunvalson tried to play matchmaker with her ex-husband, Michael Dodd.
The OG of the OC allegedly introduced Michael to one of her good friends without telling Dodd.
A source told Radar Online that Dodd will never forgive Gunvalson for what she did. The only hope of them making amends is if Gunvalson cuts ties with her ex-husband for good.
Although Dodd threatened to leave the show after the cocaine remarks, the insider revealed that Bravo convinced her to come back next season.
The truth is that producers want both of the women back, especially with the promise of major drama next season. There’s also the fact that Dodd has a large following and losing her would hurt ratings.
— Reality Blurb (@RealityBlurb) December 9, 2018
When it comes to Gunvalson, she has been a part of the show for so long that it would not be the same without her. Unless she does something unforgivable, Gunvalson’s fate is in her own hands.
Bravo has not announced when the new season of the Real Housewives of Orange County will begin filming. The series is expected to return sometime next year with Vicki Gunvalson and Kelly Dodd in tow.