More drama is expected to ensue in the upcoming reunion special of Bravo’s hit reality show, “The Real Housewives of Orange County” season 11.
During the Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s annual “A Time For Heroes” festival last month, cast member Heather Dubrow shared to E! News that, “As always, the reunion is pretty brutal.”
Based on the preview for the three-part reunion special, things are expected to get ugly between the ladies with host Andy Cohen trying to be their referee.
Dubrow added that aside from explosive conversations, “It’s interesting to see who can apologize and own their stuff and make amends, and who thinks that they’re empirically right and feel that they don’t owe anyone anything.”
She explained that watching the series on television is a different experience when one is part of the situation. Since she assumes that people cannot remember every single thing they uttered, looking at the show again allows them to see how everything played out. She said that it makes them realize that what happened is quite different from how they remember it.
Dubrow hopes that the reunion will be “a great chance” for everyone to right their wrongdoings and move forward. However, she admits that it is possible some will continue to hurt other people. Her husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow, agreed to her statement and warned that there are certain things that are said that “one can never recover from.”
It is believed that they might be referring to Vicki Gunvalson when she claimed to have proof that David Beador had beaten her wife, Shannon. However, it remains to be seen if this comes to fruition. It can be recalled that as season 11 wrapped up, the latest run did not go that well for Gunvalson as she was apparently left with no friends.
“The Real Housewives of Orange County” reunion special airs over three consecutive Mondays with the first one on Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. ET.