'Real Housewives of Orange County' Season 15: Kelly's political beliefs might turn the housewives against her
Kelly's outspoken personality and strong political beliefs might not help her much in the upcoming season of 'RHOC'
With the "Tres Amigas" (Tamra Judge, Vicki Gunvalson, and Shannon Beador) disbanded, and two of them absent from Season 15 of 'Real Housewives of Orange County', one would assume that it might be smooth sailing for Kelly Dodd, who was the subject of the Tres Amigas' wrath. But it turns out, Kelly might still be at the centre of a lot of drama on the upcoming season of 'RHOC', if her Bravo bio is anything to go by.
According to Kelly's bio, she will kick off the season while still riding high on her recent engagement to Rick Leventhal. But things reportedly go downhill, as she continues with her jet-setting lifestyle even amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Season 15 of 'RHOC' was filmed at the peak of the pandemic so we will be seeing a lot of how the housewives dealt with it.
While Kelly's fellow housewife, Shannon and her daughters tested positive for the deadly virus and eventually recovered from it, Kelly appears to be carrying on with her life as usual with no care in the world.
Kelly will be seen shuttling between her new Newport home, New York, the Hamptons and Miami. Although the trailers didn't reveal how the housewives felt about Kelly's frequent travel and total disregard towards the social distancing norms, we wouldn't be surprised if they aren't pleased with it, especially Shannon. So, we can safely watch out for some good old drama between Shannon and Kelly.
The trailer for the upcoming season gave us a sneak peek of the infamous housewife trying on wedding gowns and pondering over whether she wants to wear white or not for her wedding. She is later shown telling how her relationship with Rick is "all sex". It's interesting to note Kelly's remarks, as new housewife, Elizabeth Lyn Vargas, revealed in the trailer that although she is in an intimate relationship with her boyfriend, they don't have sex.
We wonder if Kelly's remarks will blow up into a huge fight between the two ladies. Bravo also hints at how Kelly might rub off the housewives the wrong way on the upcoming season.
According to the reality star's bio, her political beliefs and controversial jokes might not have gone down too well with the ladies. "As the election looms, Kelly's political beliefs and tone-deaf jokes threaten her relationships with the women." We can't wait to see how Kelly's season without the Tres Amigas pans out.
'Real Housewives of Orange County' Season 15 premieres on Wednesday, October 14, at 10/9c on Bravo.