Kelly Dodd ha gettato un’ombra importante su Andy Cohen in un recente episodio del suo podcast. Negli ultimi 16 anni, gli appassionati di reality si sono immersi nello scandaloso e drammatico franchise “Real Housewives”. Con oltre 19 iterazioni, gli spettatori di tutto il mondo hanno incontrato una serie di colorate “casalinghe” che hanno sicuramente lasciato il segno nella storia della TV. Tuttavia, una delle figure più prolifiche e controverse uscite dal franchise di successo è la stessa Dodd. Dal suo debutto nella stagione 11 di “Le vere casalinghe di Orange County”, la personalità fuori dal comune ha suscitato un bel po’ di polemiche sia davanti che dietro la telecamera.
Kelly Dodd comes for Andy Cohen's looks on recent podcast episode
Since getting fired from Bravo, Kelly Dodd has shared her unapologetic opinions about the "Real Housewives" franchise, the numerous cast members and its creator, Andy Cohen. During an episode of her podcast, "The Rick and Kelly Show," the former reality star took shots at Cohen's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion look when she said he needed "some botox." "Okay, Andy Cohen, I have, if we go to Newport Beach, I can get those sharpay lines out for you," she noted. Dodd's husband, Rick Leventhal, sarcastically added, "Really? Wow... great," to which she responded, "Yeah, let's get that smoothed out, Andy Cohen."
As of this writing, Cohen has yet to respond to the former OC housewife. Dodd's recent podcast episode isn't the first time she's targeted the "Watch What Happens Live" host since her departure from the "Real Housewives" franchise, though. Back in December, the TV personality dissed Season 16 of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" due to its supposed ratings decline. "Wait, wasn't I the ratings problem? Wasn't there a boycott," Dodd wrote on Twitter (via People). "We got over a million viewers 15 out of 16 weeks last season despite HUGE competition from election coverage...#RHOC16 under a million 3x in 4 weeks. Hey @Andy how's that reboot going?"
Shortly after the tweet made headlines, Cohen clapped back at Dodd, writing: "Reboot going great. Feels like a return to form for #RHOC. Look at the delayed numbers, not the live." Will Cohen respond this time, too, and keep the verbal sparring match going?