RHOC: Kelly Dodd is sick following her wedding in California

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY, Kelly Dodd, Emily Simpson -- (Photo by: Phillip Faraone/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY, Kelly Dodd, Emily Simpson -- (Photo by: Phillip Faraone/Bravo) /

RHOC’s Kelly Dodd is doing her best to ruffle the feathers of everyone following her on social media as she plays up a cold shortly after her wedding.

The Real Housewives of Orange County star, Kelly Dodd, has been posting on social media this week about an unknown illness following her wedding last weekend.  While she was heavily criticized for having a big wedding during the time of a global pandemic, she seemed to love the attention either way.

Instead of staying off social media and taking it easy, Kelly was busy sharing story after story about how she wasn’t feeling well.  Friends were sending cards and cold remedies while she recovered.  Ahead of the premiere last night, Kelly posted her COVID-19 test results on Instagram that showed she was negative for the virus.  Shannon Storms Beador, who tested positive for the virus earlier this year, sent a little care package with some helpful suggestions on the note.

Of course, that’s great news!  In true Kelly fashion, she’s certainly only posting all of these stories to try and get everyone worked up and talking about her again.  And after the premiere with Braunwyn Windham-Burke’s secret, Kelly is bound to start some more drama soon enough.

It would have probably benefitted Kelly to not make a joke out of an illness right about now, but we know Kelly doesn’t exactly think about her actions and how they impact other people.  In comparison to Cynthia Bailey’s 250 person, indoor, country club wedding, Kelly’s wedding was outdoors and only about 30 people.  Thank goodness, because there’s a chance those 30 people now have a cold, too!

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Congrats to the happy couple and congrats to Kelly for having a cold.  Take your vitamin c and a long shower, and we’ll see you next week for more Real Housewives of Orange County.

For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC’s website or the website for your state’s Department of Health.

The Real Housewives of Orange County is on Bravo every Wednesday at 9 PM.