'Real Housewives of Dallas': Who is Tiffany Moon? Meet the first Asian housewife on Bravo's hit show
From holding Brandi accountable for her actions to proudly fulfilling her duties as a frontline worker during the pandemic, new housewife Tiffany Moon does it all
Bravo's hit reality series 'Real Housewives of Dallas' came under fire last year after LeeAnne Locken was shown using racial slurs against her fellow housewife Kary Brittingham on the show. Following which, LeeAnne was fired from the show. Fans have been wondering who would be replacing the sassy, hot-tempered housewife on the show. Several names began being thrown around and speculations were at an all-time high, but Bravo eventually laid them all to rest with the release of 'RHOD' Season 5 trailer. The trailer revealed Tiffany Moon as the new housewife to join the franchise.
The trailer gave us a few hints about how the season might pan out for Tiffany, who also happens to be the first Asian housewife to feature on 'RHOD'. Right off the bat, we see Tiffany declaring that she's better than Doogie Howser, referring to her career as an anesthesiologist. Later, we see the housewife exchanging words with Brandi Redmond, and calling her out for her past behavior of mocking Asians, while Brandi is in tears.
In case you're wondering who is Tiffany and how did she end up on 'RHOD', then we got you covered. For starters, it might come as a surprise to many that Season 5 won't mark as Tiffany's debut on 'RHOD'. The smart anesthesiologist made a cameo during Season 4, when she was a guest at D'Andra Simmons' birthday celebrations. Needless to say, Tiffany was introduced to the group through D'Andra.
The new housewife is fairly active on Instagram, where she posts snippets from her professional and personal life. One look at her feed and you'll realize that Tiffany has an enviable shoe collection, and also loves her wines. These interests will definitely earn her some brownie points from her fellow housewives. According to her Bravo bio, she was born in a small town outside of Beijing, China. At the age of six, Tiffany and her family moved to the United States seeking a better life.
"The product of extreme 'Tiger Parents', she graduated college at 19-years-old and medical school at 23, where she finished in the top ten percent of her class. Introduced to the ladies by D’Andra, Tiffany struggles to find the balance between her demanding job as a frontline worker during a pandemic and being a wife and a mother to her five-year-old twin girls," reveals her bio. The housewife lives in Dallas, with her husband- Daniel Moon, a jewelry store owner, and their twin daughters.
If the trailer is anything to go by, Tiffany seems like a great addition to the cast, and we can't wait to watch her in action.
'Real Housewives of Dallas' Season 5 premieres on Tuesday, January 5, at 9/8c on Bravo.