'Who gave Heather a black eye?': 'RHOSLC' fans curious after seeing housewife's bruised eye
The recent episode of 'RHOSLC' ended with a cliffhanger featuring Heather Gay with a huge black eye leaving fans curious about the story behind it
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH: If you thought Jen Shah's trial and Lisa Barlow's rumored affairs would take center stage on 'Real Housewives of Salt lake City' Season 3, you may want to reconsider it. The recently aired episode of the Bravo show ended with a cliffhanger featuring Heather Gay sporting a huge black eye leaving all the fans curious about the story behind it.
After teasing fans with the escalating tension between cousins/ best friends Whitney Rose and Heather thanks to the rumors about Lisa, the showrunners managed to keep the audience hooked by showing Heather's bruised eye in the mid-season trailer. Just moments before the trailer ended with Heather taking off her glasses and revealing her bruised eye to an alarmed Meredith Marks, we are shown security footage of someone attempting to get into Heather's house in the middle of the night, and the housewife opening the door.
What happened to Heather Gay's eye?
Unfortunately, Heather and all her fellow housewives have been very careful about not revealing any clues on the story behind the housewife's black eye. So we will just have to watch 'RHOSLC' Season 3 to get to the bottom of the story. In the meanwhile, a clip of Heather declaring she doesn't remember what happened to her eye to Gizelle Bryant and the other ladies during her stint on 'Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' began doing the rounds on the internet.
While many fans seemed skeptical to believe Heather's story about not remembering who gave her the black eye, in the meanwhile, many began weaving theories about it. Some fans wondered if Heather was a victim of attempted robbery, and others speculated Whitney's role in it. Considering the rising tension between the cousins, many fans believe Whitney may have punched her co-star in a fit of fury. In the meanwhile, there are a few fans who think Heather may have hurt herself by tripping or falling over something. Either way. Heather's black eye seems to have stolen the show this season as fans flooded Twitter with tweets speculating about the housewife's black eye.
A fan tweeted, "Omg Heathers black eye was that a attempted robbery ? #RHOSLC." "I wanna know who gave Heather a black eye #RHOSLC," wrote a fan. "Ok, now y’all going too far . Why does Heather have a bruised eye? #RHOSLC," wondered a fan. "LMFAOOOO next week need to come on cus I wanna kno wat happen to Heather eye #RHOSLC," echoed a fan. "How many episodes do I have to watch before we get context on Heather’s black eye scene #RHOSLC," questioned an impatient fan. "Ok I obviously don’t want someone to punch Heather in the face but if they are heavily teasing this black eye insinuating that she was punched when in reality Heather did something stupid like trip and fall, that’s going to be so annoying lol #RHOSLC," declared a fan hinting at the 'Real Housewives' franchise's infamous history of over-exaggerating storylines to grab eyeballs.
Omg Heathers black eye 😯 was that a attempted robbery ? #RHOSLC— Realitytvconnoisseur (@Realitytvconno1) November 17, 2022
I wanna know who gave Heather a black eye 😭😭😭😭 #RHOSLC— jamal (@blasianxsoul) November 16, 2022
LMFAOOOO next week need to come on cus I wanna kno wat happen to Heather eye 😂😂 #RHOSLC— FUCK BILL O’BRIEN (@Melly__Mel15) November 17, 2022
Ok I obviously don’t want someone to punch Heather in the face but if they are heavily teasing this black eye insinuating that she was punched when in reality Heather did something stupid like trip and fall, that’s going to be so annoying lol #RHOSLC https://t.co/GrlXc3rPFb— Baby Gorgeous (@hibabygorgeouss) November 16, 2022
'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 3 airs every Wednesday at 9/8c on Bravo.
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