Kelly Dodd, Braunwyn Windham-Burke, Emily Simpson, Elizabeth Vargas FIRED from RHOC [Report]

Real Housewives of Orange County on Set

The expectations of a major casting shakeup for The Real Housewives of Orange County can barely be called “rumors.”

The calls for it are almost universal, on Twitter and from Andy Cohen himself.

Just about everyone expects to see Kelly Dodd get fired, including Kelly herself.

But according to a new report, Kelly won’t be the only one to go.

It’s sounding like a veritable Red Wedding — better make that Orange Wedding — at Bravo.

Instagram account Deauxmoi, which is a stellar track record when it comes to accurate leaks and predictions, just shared some groundbreaking news.

If true, it’ll be fast to list the stars who are returning to RHOC than to list those that are leaving.

“RHOC shakeup is coming Kelly, Braunwyn, Emily, and Elizabeth are out,” the screenshotted DM shares.

“Tamra {Judge} will be back,” the message continues, “Heather [DuBrow] and Alexis [Bellino] said no.”

“They’re trying to get Gretchen [Rossi] and her rich Newport friends,” it detailed, “but **Gretchen [Rossi] **won’t return if Tamra’s still on the show. Anon, please.”

That means a farewell to Kelly Dodd, to Braunwyn Windham-Burke, to Emily Simpson, and to Elizabeth Lyn Vargas.

There are good reasons for each of those.

If this very believable report is true, the only returning stars will be Gina Kirschenheiter and Shannon Beador.

Before we get into a blow-by-blow of each of the Housewives, we should note that Andy Cohen foreshadowed this shakeup last year.

Writer Evan Ross Katz tweeted that it was “time to cancel RHOC,” and The View villain Meghan McCain replied “yes.”

At that time, Andy chimed in with: “I think you mean reBOOT.”

Obviously, a true reboot would feature an entirely new cast following the same premise. This is a shake-up.

We can hardly blame Andy for misusing the term, if that’s what he was doing, since it seems like popular culture learned the word in 2012 … but not the definition.

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If a show comes back years later with a similar cast, it’s a revival. If a show or film is emulated, it’s a remake. Look at me, being pedantic.

We’ll talk about Kelly Dodd first, because she was the most obvious one to need to go.

Though she will of course blame “cancel culture,” the favorite rallying cry of people who say and do awful things and don’t want accountability.

The truth is that she spread misinformation and lies about the COVID-19 pandemic, repeatedly mocked the death tolls, and needed to go.

Kelly and her stans have tried to characterize this as some sort of political conflict.

(In one jarringly bizarre moment at the Reunion, Kelly, enraged by being confronted with her own wrongdoings, accused Andy of being “anti-American”)

The COVID-19 pandemic was politicized, but it’s not political. What she did was wrong, objectively, and she threw a hissy fit when confronted about it.

Up next is Braunwyn Windham-Burke, who was once the shining star of last season.

Her sobriety journey was an inspirational story.

Seeing Braunwyn come out as a lesbian was a wonderful thing! Until she threw it all …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

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