After crying to Andy Cohen at the Real Housewives of Orange County season 15 reunion that she was regretful about her behavior, Kelly Dodd went and proved that was just for show. This weekend, Kelly posted a series of videos on Instagram inside a California restaurant with a large group of people saying “cheers!” Someone in the background said, “no masks!” Which Kelly found hilarious.
By the next story, Kelly commented to a friend that she was getting a lot of hate already for her stories. Imagine that? “I’m not a super spreader because there’s nothing to spread,” she joked in a car full of people. Her caption read, “you can’t spread what you don’t have !! @tmz_tv.” She also noted that she received the vaccine and couldn’t get sick. “The sheeple are mad!” Kelly might not be spreading COVID-19, but she sure is spreading her stupidity around.
So this was normal behavior for Kelly, but it seems like she is really doubling down on her opinions. After the way Andy responded to her at the reunion and tweeted that the show needed a “reBOOT,” rumors started circulating that Kelly was done. Are her stories a response to this?
If nothing else, it just reinforces the fact that Kelly’s apologies and tears were meaningless. Andy had COVID-19 himself a few months back, so for her to once again put her views out there like this seems like a response to her possibly getting fired. If not, she must just be waiting for the call.
If Kelly Dodd hasn’t been fired from Real Housewives of Orange County yet, perhaps this is the final straw?
Employment aside, it is really awful for her to be laughing and carrying on about being a super-spread when people are still dying every day due to the virus. She is obviously in a better position than a lot of people with her wealth and the opportunity to get vaccinated, which just makes her look even worse.
It should be an interesting couple of days as contracts for season 16 will likely be coming out soon. Will Kell be getting the boot? We can hardly wait to see.
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The Real Housewives of Orange County will be back on Bravo later this year.