3 Unforgettable ‘Real Housewives of Dallas’ Season 4 Reunion Moments
The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 4 has come to an end with an entertaining finale to cap it off. Andy Cohen touched on everything: from LeeAnne Locken’s lack of food to her racist comments and called her out every time she made an unverifiable claim.
There were also hilarious points, including Kameron Westcott’s “Dallas society” comment and Brandi Redmond’s occasional sips from a flask. Here are the three most unforgettable moments.
LeeAnne Locken giving Kary Brittingham the middle finger
When the ladies began discussing LeeAnne Locken’s habit of bringing her traumatic past up, Kary Brittingham tried to explain she only tried to get to know the Infinity Dress designer better.
However, Locken felt attacked and thought Brittingham was trying to tell her to “get over” her past because the Guadalajara-native had a rough childhood as well.
The ladies began arguing over their perspectives, and Brittingham insisted that Locken never tried to get to know her and accused the 52-year-old of doing everything for selfish reasons.
Locken brought up her previous charity work to debunk the theory, and Brittingham rechallenged her by asking her how much she has donated and wanted to see proof.
The Infinity Dress creator responded to the newest housewife by shooting her the bird with a smirk on her face.
Brandi Redmond accused Rich Emberlin of making her feel uncomfortable
During Locken’s wedding, viewers were caught off guard by the comments her husband, Rich Emberlin, made to some of the other husbands. He described how attractive he found one female and flirted with another worker at the wedding.
At the reunion, Andy Cohen asked Locken about his remarks, and she brushed it off as part of his sense of humor. Brandi Redmond spoke up and admitted she would “feel disrespected and pissed off” if that happened to her.
She then revealed Emberlin had made her uncomfortable before by touching her arm and groaning as well as “checking out” her backside at their engagement party.
Locken responded by calling out D’Andra Simmons’ husband, Jeremy Lock, for also making inappropriate comments. However, Cohen said Lock never made those remarks because they would have been caught on his microphone.
Kameron Westcott and Stephanie Hollman’s ‘Frozen’ Moment
In an episode in Season 4 of Real Housewives of Dallas, Kameron Westcott and Stephanie Hollman got into an argument after the mother-of-two referred to their friendship as “surface-level.”
Westcott stormed out of the restaurant before Hollman fully expressed how she felt. During the reunion, Cohen asked Westcott about why the comment hurt her, and the California-native explained she felt like it meant she had no substance and was a “dumb blonde.”
Hollman tried to clarify her statement, but Westcott changed the subject to Hollman’s husband, Travis, calling her an “elitist.” The California-native explained it especially hurt because she “put in a good word” for him at a country club.
Additionally, Westcott called out the mother-of-two for calling her a “bully” in an interview and quoted animated movie Frozen, saying, “The fake cannot be trusted.” Hollman came right back at the California-native and advised her to “let it go, also as Elsa said.”