‘RHOD’ Star Kameron Westcott Is the First Housewife to Join Tik Tok

In 2017, self-professed pinkaholic Kameron Westcott joined The Real Housewives of Dallas as a full-time cast member. Over three seasons, viewers watched her get into fights with a few co-stars, defend LeeAnne Locken when the other ladies became upset with her, and start her own dog food brand.

While the official RHOD cast for Season 5 hasn’t been announced yet, Locken will not return, but Westcott is expected back. It’s also unknown when filming for the next season will begin because the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has shut production down indefinitely.

Kameron Westcott
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During quarantine, Westcott started homeschooling her children and became the first Housewife to join the popular video-sharing app, Tik Tok.

Kameron Westcott on ‘RHOD’

California-native Kameron Westcott joined The Real Housewives of Dallas in the second season after an introduction by original housewife Cary Deuber. The newest addition married managing partner Court Westcott, whom she met while attending college at Southern Methodist University in Texas, and the couple share two children together.

Due to her more conservative nature, Westcott immediately clashed with Brandi Redmond, who chased her around with sex toys during a cast trip. Therefore, the mother-of-two tried to warn D’Andra Simmons that Redmond’s personality would ruin her reputation by association.

The newest housewife also involved her mother-in-law, angering Simmons, and the ladies got into a blowout during a cast trip in Germany.

In the fourth season, Westcott upset best friends Stephanie Hollman and Redmond when she referred to the latter’s behavior as “trashy.” When the California-native felt that Hollman took her friend’s side, they began to bicker, and Westcott eventually blocked her on social media. She has since unblocked her, and the two are seemingly on good terms heading into their fifth season.

According to sources, RHOD Season 5 is scheduled to begin filming around mid-May 2020. However, the timeline might change due to the current state of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Kameron Westcott during the quarantine

On March 13, 2020, the World Health Organization and President Donald Trump declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency. As a result, strict stay-at-home orders were put in place, and public gathering places, including schools, restaurants, gyms, beaches, other non-essential businesses, as well as film and television productions, shut down indefinitely.

Therefore, parents had to begin homeschooling their children, including the California-native who opened the “Westcott Academy.” She has embraced the role of homeschooling 9-year-old Hilton and 6-year-old Cruise.

The mother-of-two continually has fun with it on Instagram as she refers to herself as the “Headmaster” and frequently shares their daily schedules.

Kameron Westcott the first Housewife to join TikTok

In addition to homeschooling her children, Westcott also joined the video-sharing app TikTok, becoming the first Housewife from the Bravo franchise to do so.

She made her account in November 2019, announcing her arrival but didn’t post a video until February 2020 when Hilton uploaded a short clip of her smiling.

Westcott joined her daughter for their next video, published April 18, where they did a voice-over of Hilton claiming she has a “life” because she doesn’t have any social media accounts.

A couple of hours later, the Principal of Westcott Academy and her two students adorably did the Right Foot Left Foot dance challenge in their pajamas. So far, the RHOD star has accumulated 436 followers.