The “Real Housewives of Orange County” season 10 three-part reunion seems to have more drama than the entire series, if it were to be put together for an eight- hour-long Reality TV binge watching session. Apparently, Vicki Gunvalson is going to spill the beans about her lying about a few things, and this is making the press speculate that the infamous Brooks Ayers diagnosis might be one of those things. Read On!
In the “Real Housewives of Orange County” wrap up last week, we got to know more about a hostility developing between Vicki Gunvalson and her friend Shannon Beador, because Vicki could not keep Shannon’s secrets and told a random stranger, also known as Vicki’s brother’s girlfriend Rhonda, that Shannon’s husband was cheating on her.
Apparently, Rhonda talked about Shannon’s affair when she told off Shannon for asking for medical records about Ayers’ Diagnosis; she said that Vicki had been sensitive enough to not ask about Shannon’s husband’s cheating affair. This apparently made Shannon very angry and she said that Vicki could not keep secrets.
In the next part of the reunion, Heather Dubrow confronts Vicki about Ayers’s diagnosis and says, “He’s not sick. We’re all agreeing on this. The only question is, when did you find out?”
Vicki Gunvalson still denies Ayers is faking his Cancer diagnosis and mumbles something about telling a few lies in her time but this is not one of them.
Then Tamra Judge gets in and calls Ayers a piece of Sh*t. She says she has known that Ayers was no good since the time Gunvalson started dating him. Then she tries to coax Gunvalson to come out in the open with the fact that Ayers lied to her. Gunvalson just responds by screaming that Tamra doesn’t have proof that he is or isn’t faking it. This provokes Shannon Beador to say that she does have proof that Ayers is faking Cancer. Then she tells Vicki to “fess up.”
We are really psyched to know what the proof is. Aren’t you? The next part airs on October 19th on Bravo.
ET Online reported the news.
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