Il mondo della realtà è stato scosso da uno scioccante cambiamento del cast di “Le vere casalinghe di Orange County”. Secondo TV Guide, nel 2019, Tamra Judge, che si è unita allo show nella terza stagione, è stata “licenziata” e non sarebbe tornata a tempo pieno nel 2020. A differenza della maggior parte delle star che ottengono il taglio dai reality show, Judge ha scelto di mantienilo reale. “Sono stati 12 anni selvaggi. Ma è tempo per me di andare avanti”, ha commentato su Instagram. “Sono triste per andare ma molto eccitato per il mio futuro. Vi amo ragazzi.”
Tamra Judge vows to stir things up on RHOC
Getting publicly canned from your job really stinks. But getting rehired for the same job stinks a whole lot less. Still, someone with a huge ego may be embarrassed — but that wasn't an issue for Tamra Judge. In July 2019, she was fired from being a full-time "Real Housewives of Orange County" cast member. Three years later, Judge was rehired, much to the ire of Vicki Gunvalson, who'd also been dropped. Gunvalson sniped at E!'s "Daily Pop" that Judge was brought back while she wasn't because "she'll show her t**s, I won't."
During the "RHOC" panel at "BravoCon 2022," Judge got candid about getting fired and rehired. According to a reporter from The List, she didn't hesitate to answer when asked how she was so truthful about being axed from the show. "Because I'm brutally honest," Judge admitted. "I was fired, like, I got that call while I was camping, and it said, 'Listen, you know what, Bravo decided to go in a new direction,' and I said, 'Okay, f**k you.'"
Shannon Storms Beador, Heather Dubrow, Gina Kirschenheiter, and Emily Simpson were also on the panel. They weighed in on the effect of Judge's departure. "It was hard because when Tamra left, it impacted the cast as a whole... there was a piece missing, and the piece is back!" Kirschenheiter said. Simpson agreed, noting Judge has a relationship with them all. "I f**k s**t up," Judge vowed.