It’s not fairly the Treaty of Versailles, however it’s possibly as shut as we’ll get in 2019.
“Actual Housewives of Orange County” stars Kelly Dodd and Vicki Gunvalson have put their Often-Chilly Conflict to mattress, Dodd has confirmed to “Leisure Tonight” Thursday.
“We did, yeah,” Dodd, 44, stated when requested if the pair put their drama behind them. “I imply, I want one of the best for Vicki. I don’t need to maintain onto grudges together with her, however I want Vicki one of the best, I actually do.”
The timing of that is unclear; the “RHOC” season 14 finale airs Dec. 17 and the reunion — which Andy Cohen claimed comprises “the meltdown to finish all meltdowns” in addition to “some mending of fences” — begins its five-night run on Dec. 18, so we nonetheless have a while to see if the decision occurs through the common season or in post-production, because it had been.
One factor we have extra readability on is a potential current supply of the pair’s enmity: Gunvalson, 57, filed a lawsuit in opposition to Dodd in November over three on-camera statements Dodd made that Gunvalson stated might have a adverse impact on her livelihood. Gunvalson withdrew her lawsuit inside days, however the pair’s historical past clearly runs a lot deeper.
Keep tuned for a potential decision?