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Kelly Dodd Denies She’s Returning To RHOC Amid Parody Account Confusion

Despite some confusion around a parody account, Kelly Dodd The Real Housewives of Orange County He announced that he had no plans to return to the Bravo show. The disgraced reality star was fired after expressing morally wrong ideas that the public did not like. The loud housewife has had no problem attacking the franchise that made her famous, but she’s always clear when it comes to reprising her role.

Fans will recall that Kelly and her husband, Rick Leventhal, shared that they could film their own show in January. The information turned out to be wrong, but Kelly still lives up to her antics. After seasons of making rude comments RHOC, Bravo fans are fed up with Kelly and her offensive behavior. Her mother often found herself in hot water, both on and off screen, due to her lack of responsibility. between carry “Drunk Women Matter” He put his hat on the bridal shower and the global COVID-19 pandemic “God’s Way of Thinning the Flock” viewers were happy to see Kelly pull out her orange.

Recently, Kelly had to use her own Twitter profile to counter a Bravo fan page that reported misinformation. In KellyHe wrote that he has the job of . “parody account,” to note it “I never wrote” one of the reported updates. The fan account shared a tweet Kelly made on April 17, where she shared a list of events that will help any housewife find her place in the franchise. Bravo fans were grateful the tweet came from a parody account, as many took the comments to express their disdain for Kelly and tweeted if he was coming back. RHOC they wouldn’t look. Check the message below:

As Bravo viewers know, after Kelly was never wanted by production. RHOC Season 15 is over and there are some promises of selection for those involved in the decision. Kelly referenced her release by telling fans that she was fired just for being herself, which caused Bravo a lot of heartbreak. Since leaving the show, Kelly still finds herself in hot water for not being invited to an event after she made a few nasty jokes while speaking on her own podcast. Kelly is always willing to blame the cancel culture instead of looking for solutions to her problems on her own.

The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 16 just ended and went pretty well without Kelly’s cast. Heather Dubrow was welcomed with open arms after a years-long hiatus, and the production got two new faces, Noella Bergener and Jen Armstrong. Overall Kelly hasn’t been missed by audiences who are happy not to have the drama he brings to the table.

The Real Housewives of Orange County It airs Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. EDT on Bravo.

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Kelly Dodd Denies She’s Returning To RHOC Amid Parody Account Confusion

Despite some confusion surrounding a parody account, Kelly Dodd from The Real Housewives of Orange County revealed that she has no intention of returning to the Bravo show. The disgraced reality star was fired after expressing some morally wrong opinions that didn’t sit well with viewers. The loudmouth housewife has had no issues attacking the franchise that once made her a household name, but she is still steering clear when it comes to reprising her role.
Fans will recall that Kelly and her husband, Rick Leventhal, shared that they may be getting their own show back in January. The information turned out to be wrong, but Kelly is still living up to her antics. After seasons of making rude comments on RHOC, Bravo fans got tired of Kelly and her aggressive behavior. The mother of one often found herself in hot water, both on and off-screen, due to her lack of accountability. Between wearing a “Drunk Wives Matter” hat at her bridal shower and claiming that the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic was “God’s way of thinning the herd,” viewers were happy to see Kelly stripped of her orange.
Recently, Kelly had to take to her own profile on Twitter to counteract a Bravo fan page that had reported misinformation. In Kelly‘s post, she wrote that she had a “parody account,” noting she “never wrote” any of the reported updates. The fan account had shared a tweet from Kelly that took place on April 17 which shared a list of events she did that would earn any housewife her spot back on the franchise. Bravo fans were thankful that the tweet turned out to be from a parody account as many took to the comments to express their disdain for Kelly, tweeting that if she came back to RHOC they wouldn’t watch. Check out the post below:

I have a parody account .. so funny 😆.. I never wrote that . These comments on Instagram @bravoknowledge are hysterical.. I hope everyone had an amazing Easter . Time for forgiveness and love ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lKNXPPoPvL
— Kelly Leventhal (@kellydleventhal) April 18, 2022

As Bravo viewers are aware, Kelly was not asked back by production after RHOC season 15 wrapped, and she had a few choice words for those involved with the decision. Kelly addressed being let go by telling fans that she was fired for just being herself, which caused Bravo a lot of grief. Since leaving the show, Kelly has still been finding herself in hot water as she was recently uninvited from an event after making a few tasteless jokes while speaking on her own podcast. Kelly is always ready to blame cancel culture instead of looking to within for the remedy to her issues.
The Real Housewives of Orange County season 16 just wrapped up and did just fine without Kelly as a cast member. Heather Dubrow was welcomed back with open arms after a few years of a hiatus, and production cast two new faces, Noella Bergener and Jen Armstrong. Overall, Kelly was not missed by viewers, who were happy not to have the drama that she used to bring to the table.

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo.
Source: Kelly Dodd/Twitter

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Kelly Dodd Denies She’s Returning To RHOC Amid Parody Account Confusion

Despite some confusion surrounding a parody account, Kelly Dodd from The Real Housewives of Orange County revealed that she has no intention of returning to the Bravo show. The disgraced reality star was fired after expressing some morally wrong opinions that didn’t sit well with viewers. The loudmouth housewife has had no issues attacking the franchise that once made her a household name, but she is still steering clear when it comes to reprising her role.
Fans will recall that Kelly and her husband, Rick Leventhal, shared that they may be getting their own show back in January. The information turned out to be wrong, but Kelly is still living up to her antics. After seasons of making rude comments on RHOC, Bravo fans got tired of Kelly and her aggressive behavior. The mother of one often found herself in hot water, both on and off-screen, due to her lack of accountability. Between wearing a “Drunk Wives Matter” hat at her bridal shower and claiming that the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic was “God’s way of thinning the herd,” viewers were happy to see Kelly stripped of her orange.
Recently, Kelly had to take to her own profile on Twitter to counteract a Bravo fan page that had reported misinformation. In Kelly‘s post, she wrote that she had a “parody account,” noting she “never wrote” any of the reported updates. The fan account had shared a tweet from Kelly that took place on April 17 which shared a list of events she did that would earn any housewife her spot back on the franchise. Bravo fans were thankful that the tweet turned out to be from a parody account as many took to the comments to express their disdain for Kelly, tweeting that if she came back to RHOC they wouldn’t watch. Check out the post below:

I have a parody account .. so funny 😆.. I never wrote that . These comments on Instagram @bravoknowledge are hysterical.. I hope everyone had an amazing Easter . Time for forgiveness and love ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lKNXPPoPvL
— Kelly Leventhal (@kellydleventhal) April 18, 2022

As Bravo viewers are aware, Kelly was not asked back by production after RHOC season 15 wrapped, and she had a few choice words for those involved with the decision. Kelly addressed being let go by telling fans that she was fired for just being herself, which caused Bravo a lot of grief. Since leaving the show, Kelly has still been finding herself in hot water as she was recently uninvited from an event after making a few tasteless jokes while speaking on her own podcast. Kelly is always ready to blame cancel culture instead of looking to within for the remedy to her issues.
The Real Housewives of Orange County season 16 just wrapped up and did just fine without Kelly as a cast member. Heather Dubrow was welcomed back with open arms after a few years of a hiatus, and production cast two new faces, Noella Bergener and Jen Armstrong. Overall, Kelly was not missed by viewers, who were happy not to have the drama that she used to bring to the table.

The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo.
Source: Kelly Dodd/Twitter

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