The feuds and broken friendships of Tamra Judge, Shannon Beador, Vicki Gunvalson, and Kelly Dodd have dominated the headlines about the recent Real Housewives of Orange County Season 13 reunion, but newbies Emily Simpson and Gina Kirschenheiter refuse to be left out of the conversation. Simpson flipped out on many of her co-stars during the three-part special, and now she is feeling the wrath on social media.
Simpson has had problems this season with Dodd, and the two went head to head at the reunion after rehashing the incident where Dodd insulted Simpson’s husband, Shane, and then Simpson threatened to kill her.
In case you missed it: Emily Simpson prepared for the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion as if she was getting ready for a trial.
— Reality Tea (@Realitytea) December 11, 2018
But, it’s not Dodd that is giving Simpson problems on social media. Instead, she has issues with Judge and Beador. Simpson recently revealed that the two ladies have blocked her on Instagram, and she finds that funny.
“When you’re still blocked on IG by TJ and SB #winning #rhoc #happyholidaystome #thegiftthatkeepsongiving,” Simpson tweeted earlier this week.
Simpson isn’t the first Housewife to get such “special” treatment from Judge and Beador. Former star Lizzie Rovsek tweeted that they have blocked her since Season 9, which was four years ago.
It appeared that Simpson and Beador ended the season on a good note, and they agreed to get to know each other better. And Judge was Simpson’s first friend on RHOC when Season 13 premiered, but they had a falling out after the Shane incident.
One thing is for sure, Kirschenheiter isn’t blocking Simpson on social media or anywhere else. The two women have had each other’s backs this entire season, and they even like to share unflattering pics of each other for fun.
Last weekend, Kirschenheiter posted a hilarious pic of Simpson getting her hair and makeup done before the reunion, and she added the caption “Round 3 tonight! Couldn’t have done this without my girl @rhoc_emilysimpson come back!!”
— AllAboutTRH (@AllAboutTRH) December 13, 2018
Kirschenheiter also said that she and Simpson were the modern-day Laverne & Shirley, which was a reference to the popular 1970s sitcom that starred Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams.
Bravo has not officially renewed Real Housewives of Orange County for another season, but chances are new episodes will return in 2019 with newbies Emily Simpson and Gina Kirschenheiter in tow.