Taylor Armstrong era un membro del cast originale di “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” quando è andato in onda su Bravo nel 2010, per IMDb. Tuttavia, nel 2013, una fonte ha confermato a E! News che Armstrong non sarebbe tornato nella serie. Questo è stato leggermente prefigurato per gli spettatori quando Armstrong è apparsa in “Watch What Happens Live” di Andy Cohen prima della sua uscita e ha rivelato che i produttori non erano fan delle sue trame oscure (tramite InTouch).
Her exit from the franchise disappointed both fans and cast members, including Kyle Richards. "I'm a creature of habit. The original six girls I really feel a sisterhood with and Taylor's always been an incredible friend to me," Richards told E! News in 2013. "[Armstrong has] never been one to backstab and always supported all of us." It appeared that Armstrong's focus was on her new relationship and her reality TV days were a thing of the past. However, nearly one decade after her infamous exit from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," viewers will be welcoming her back on their screens.
Taylor Armstrong will join a different Real Housewives cast
Taylor Armstrong's reality TV career began when she joined the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" for its first season in 2010. And now, nearly a decade after she left the franchise, People confirmed she will join the cast of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" for its 17th season and make her return to Bravo. This is the first time in "Real Housewives" history that a woman has made the jump and joined another city's cast.
After a long hiatus from reality TV, Armstrong was one of the former housewives featured on Bravo's "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club," which premiered on Peacock in June. Tamra Judge, who was also featured on the Peacock spinoff, will also make her return to "RHOC" this year after being fired in 2020, according to Page Six.
Although Armstrong has yet to speak on the news, it's clear her return to Bravo and entrance to "RHOC" will surely cause drama, and fans are more than excited. One simply tweeted, "Taylor joining #RHOC has made my year," while another said, "TAYLOR ARMSTRONG ON RHOC OMFG SCREAMING CRYING THROWING UP RN THIS IS MAJOR AHXICJSBRBD." It's clear that Judge and Armstrong will have to live up to viewers' expectations, but they definitely have the right experience for the job. The production for "Real Housewives of Orange County" Season 17 is set to begin sometime this summer.