Heather Dubrow calls ‘RHOC’ Season 17 difficult with Tamra Judge’s comeback

Heather Dubrow says that it was “difficult” to film Season 17 of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” because Tamra Judge came back to Bravo. “It was a hard season for me,” Dubrow, 54, says on Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast while promoting The HD Network, her new interactive network that will launch on Falon Fatemi and Mark Cuban’s Fireside platform on May 9.

“I really hope it’s how I remember it, and I hope that by the end, there can be some kind of resolution for everyone,” says the reality star. It will be interesting to see what happens next.” Page Six said last week that Judge, who had been away from the show for two seasons, went “nuclear” on Dubrow while the cameras were rolling.

Heather Dubrow calls ‘RHOC’ Season 17

Sources say that the two “butted heads” for most of the shoot, but that things got really bad during a tense cast trip to Mexico. Our sources say that while Judge was away, he led a group of people against Dubrow, which led to a “nasty” fight.

Heather Dubrow calls 'RHOC' Season 17 difficult with Tamra Judge's comeback
Heather Dubrow calls ‘RHOC’ Season 17 difficult with Tamra Judge’s comeback

Even though Dubrow didn’t talk about how she and Judge interacted on-screen, the former sitcom star said she was glad she could go home to her family after shooting scary scenes. “These shows are hard to do, they really are,” she says of her spontaneous work.

“But when I was having a hard time, I was very aware that… I get to go home to my husband, Dr. Terry Dubrow, and my children.” The mother of four has twins, Max and Nick, who are 19 years old, Kat, who is 16, and Ace, who is 12.

Terry, who is 64 years old, says on “Virtual Reali-Tea” that her home life is “so fulfilling” and “so solid,” which helps her deal with hard times with her castmates. “I can handle it when things are upsetting and hard,” she says.

Season 17 of “Orange County” stars Heather, Judge, Shannon Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, Emily Simpson, and a newbie named Jennifer Pedranti. Taylor Armstrong, a former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast member, moved brands and is now a “friend of” the group.

In a clip from Tuesday, Heather and Judge seem to fight over a broken promise. “You and I pinky-promised,” Heather tells Judge in a sad voice. Heather says that before there were any fights, she was for Judge coming back to “RHOC.” She says, “I was happy that Tamra was coming back.”

“Tamra is a character from the show ‘Orange County.'” She really is, and she’s been on the show for so long and contributed so much. I think she’ll keep doing that for the immediate future.”

Judge’s apparent disagreement with Heather will be shown in Season 17, but the next episode will also focus on Heather’s business relationship with Fatemi and Cuban, who started Fireside.

“I’m just trying to make sure that you’re happy, Mark!” In the sneak peek, Heather tells the 64-year-old businesswoman on “Shark Tank” about something. The HD Network started showing Heather’s first show, “Night Cap,” on April 18.

Fans can connect with her through virtual HD parties, fashion and beauty prizes, private tutoring, and “Night Cap.” “When Falon Fatemi and Mark Cuban told me about their new platform, this really cool, cutting-edge, interactive technology, I was blown away by how connected it was,” she says.

“I’m interested in so many different things, and I’m really all about building communities.” The champagne lover is excited to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at her luxurious life, and she’s also excited to have important conversations with them.

“The first thing that comes to mind when you think of lifestyle is champagne, design, and all these other things,” she says.

“We’ll talk about all of these things and also have deeper talks about being a parent, the world we live in, friendships, and relationships.” “The Real Housewives of Orange County” season 17 premieres on Bravo on June 7 at 8 p.m. ET.