Lydia McLaughlin and her mother, Judy Stirling, are starring in a new digital Bravo show, and Tamra Judge is obviously not happy about it.
Lydia McLaughlin announced a new digital series with her mom called Glitter Town earlier this week. The Bravo short series will follow Lydia and Judy Stirling…doing things. Lydia was on The Real Housewives of Orange County for two seasons, seasons 7 and 12, but appeared occasionally during other seasons.
Glitter Town looks to be some sort of mother-daughter show about them running through parks with coffee. According to Judy, the show is about “spreading love and acts of kindness.” Obviously Tamra Judge missed that memo.
Tamra Judge reacted in her normal fashion: irrational anger for no reason at something that has nothing to do with her. Tamra posted a quote from Lydia taken from an interview with Bravo’s Daily Dish where Lydia said Tamra was being kind of pathetic. “I do know that Tamra…she’s not letting it go…You need to move on and do something else. She’s talking about the next season, and I think it’s a little…it sounds pathetic.”
That seems like a fair assessment of the issue at hand, but obviously Tamra flipped out when she read that. She took the quote and shared it to her own Instagram page and deleted it shortly after. Tamra asked that Lydia not feel sorry for her because she’s very busy. She has her real estate license, calm down everyone!
She also accused Lydia of paying for Glitter Town herself and called her a hypocrite. Tamra noted she walked away from the show and did not accept the limited “roll” offered to her by Bravo. Apparently Tamra blocked Lydia, along with Shannon Beador, though she isn’t really involved here.
Both of these women should have moved on from Housewives when the time was up, but we love when someone sends Tamra into orbit. It isn’t clear what the point of this show is, but if it bothers Tamra, we’re here for it. Also, if Judy wants to teach us how to make meatballs, then so be it. We are here for the shade, the glitter, and the meatballs.
The Real Housewives of Orange County premieres Wednesday, Oct. 7!