Kelly Dodd Responds To Tamra Judge Making Fun Of Her Hairline

Kelly Dodd Responds To Tamra Judge Making Fun Of Her Hairline
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Kelly Dodd and Tamra Judge have been fighting with each other in an intermittent feud for the last year, however, things between them became increasingly heated when Dodd found out her Real Housewives Of Orange Country co-star was making fun of her hairline with people on the internet.

Page Six pointed out a tweet from Kelly Dodd that told Tamra to leave her alone and also appeared to insinuate the attacks on her hairline were unjustified and unwarranted.

She then went on to take a few shots at Judge's personal life, including her relationship with her daughter, Sidney, who is 20-years-old. Fans know Judge doesn't have the greatest relationship with her daughter.

Dodd slammed Tamra's relationship or lack of one with her daughter, after accusing Judge of not having any brain cells either.  The RHOC star finished off her post with the final line, "I have more hair than you right."

Later, Dodd got her hands on a screenshot captured by the outlet, TooFab, in which Judge replied to one of her fans. As fans of the Bravo TV series know, Tamra Judge has proved to be a formidable foe on the set of the reality series.

Reported by the outlet, Prevention, back on the 11th of December, Tamra clapped back at some of the castmembers who made fun of her age. She posted a bikini photo of herself on the internet which managed to shut them up.

In an episode from last week, the 52-year-old reality star found out that Emily and Kelly called her friend, Vicki Gunvalson, a geriatric. Moreover, the two stars claimed the 57-year-old should be in a home for dying old people.

The reality star, Gunvalson, tweeted back in response stating that other women will know what it feels like to get older too; it's only a matter of time for everyone. In the past, women on the show have criticized other cast members for being old.

The 43-year-old, Simpson, once referred to Shannon Beador, Gunvalson, and Judge, as "senior citizens." Additionally, Simpson accused them of bullying some of the younger women on the television series.

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