The ‘RHOC’ Season 14 Midseason Trailer Reveals Tamra Judge, Shannon Beador Drama
The ladies of The Real Housewives of Orange County have been savage this year. As Season 14 reaches the half-way point, Bravo released a midseason trailer of what’s to come. The preview shows that more drama is in store for the O.C. women that will test friendships like Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador’s.
Tamra Judge in the center of the drama
Judge has been picking feuds with fellow RHOC co-stars and even housewives from other franchises. In the preview for the remainder of Season 14, the fitness guru seems to be in the center of a lot of the controversial moments. One particular moment is when Beador calls her a “sh**-stirrer” and says “she’s behind every bit of drama.”
In another bit, Judge and her son attend a counseling session where he says, “I don’t belong, I don’t matter.” The RHOC star is brought to tears thinking these are the thought’s going through her son’s head.
Braunwyn Windham-Burke will also be having a feud with Judge when she seemingly comments about her alcohol drinking.
“I will destroy her life,” Windham-Burke is heard saying followed by a cut of Judge advising her to control her anger.
In another scene, Kelly Dodd is crying after Judge said she through her mother down the stairs. Judge’s friendship with Beador will also come into question.
“She called me an evil b****. I can’t help but feel that Shannon’s behind this,” Judge says to her husband in the scene.
Other Season 14 happenings
Some of the other bits that stood out from the trailer also include Gina screaming at Windham-Burke asking her not to make it about her.
The feud between Dodd and Vicki Gunvalson will continue. As the girls take a trip, the former will be mocking the latter and calling her a “pig” once again. You do all remember the pig emoji from earlier this season, right? Seems to be a call back to that moment of a nasty insult that doesn’t seem to be dying anytime soon.
Vicki Gunvalson and Kelly Dodd feud
The heated feud between Gunvalson and Dodd stems back to the Season 13 reunion special. During one of their arguments, the insurance broker seemingly accused Dodd of using cocaine, something the latter denies.
In the opening episodes of Season 14, Dodd reveals that her daughter has been bullied in school following the claim. As Gunvalson was demoted, Dodd was a little too happy that her former friend would not be on the show anymore.
“I think that she uses everybody as a storyline. She doesn’t really have anything in her life. You know, her kids are gone, her grandkids are gone,” Kelly told Us Weekly. “All good things come to an end. And I think, you know, everyone was kind of sick of their story, money, Tamra and Vicki. So you know, I think it’s kind of time for them to go bye-bye. I feel like, out with the old, in with the fresh. It’s stale, it’s getting stale.”
It didn’t take long for Gunvalson to fire back at Dodd after feeling insulted by her words.
“I used to feel sorry for her, now I don’t. She is an angry, volatile person,” Gunvalson wrote on Instagram. “Regarding her stating we are stale and don’t have storylines… listen up girl! Our lives are always evolving and changing. We don’t have ‘storylines.’ It’s a ‘reality show’…our reality. Not fake stories like you.”
Fans are divided between Dodd and Gunvalson and whose side to take. The following episodes of Season 14 should make it more clear as to why the women have fallen out. The RHOC ladies have been at odds with each other and the Bravo show should have the answers to all of the viewers’ questions.