The new season of The Real Housewives of Orange County has only just begun, but already the drama is off the charts—both on camera and off.
While the premiere episode of season 11 saw Vicki Gunvalson attempting to begin her apology tour after last season's debacle with ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers and his cancer claims left her on the outs with just about every other cast member—including longtime bestie Tamra Judge—social media became a battlefield between the Bravolebrities after Vicki sat down with E! News' Melanie Bromley to discuss her co-stars. Turns out that Tamra didn't take too kindly to what Vicki had to say about her, leading to a war of words that's got us worried about just how ugly season 11 will be.
E! News caught up with Vicki's co-stars Heather Dubrow, Shannon Beador, and new Wife on the block Kelly Dodd at the premiere of Adventures in Babysitting, the 100th Disney Channel original movie, to get their take on the drama and see where they stand with the OG of the OC. Spoiler alert: It doesn't look good.
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"I feel like there's been so much drama in social media from a lot of the cast members and we've only had one episode aired, which is a little bit shocking," Heather told us before teasing the season to come. "I will tell you that it's going to be really interesting how this season plays on."
Shannon, of course, didn't mince words when it came to Vicki. "I don't want a friendship with her," she said flat out. "I've forgiven, but I don't want to be her friend."
It wasn't all bad news for Vicki though. Looks like Kelly has gone from burgeoning friend in the season premiere to full-on ally by season's end, as she told us, "I just talked to her just a second ago about how Tamra said she bashed her, but I don't think that's true...I hope they can get through their drama and become friends again." We've got a feeling that's not happening any time soon.
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The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.