Two former “Real Housewives” stars spoke out about Bravo’s resolution to maintain individuals on reveals regardless of them having main and typically regarding authorized points.
For instance, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice wasn’t fired by the community though she was discovered responsible on fraud expenses in 2014, in response to E! News. Also, Jen Shah continues to be on “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” even though she pled responsible to wire fraud in July 2022, in response to NBC News.
In an interview on the “Up and Adam” show, former “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Kelly Dodd and her husband Rick Leventhal chatted with host Adam Newell in regards to the community’s resolution to maintain individuals like Giudice and Shah on their respective “Real Housewives” franchises.
Here’s what you might want to know:
Dodd Said That Bravo Is a ‘Business’ & the Network Doesn’t ‘Care’ About the Housewives on a Personal Level
Dodd and Leventhal have been requested a query that was despatched in by an “Up and Adam” subscriber.
“How do you reconcile the character and extent of Bravo’s assist for Housewives with precise felony convictions having the ability to keep on the show as in comparison with you being fired? How a lot do you assume public opinion vs. favoritism weighs into that call?” Newell requested, studying the query.
Both Dodd and Levethal thought the query was nice.
“You speak about that on a regular basis about how all these girls have prison convictions or prison expenses they usually’re nonetheless on the show,” Leventhal mentioned to Dodd.
“Well, that is as a result of Bravo is a enterprise. They do not care. You assume they care about any of us? They do not. And, it is… they’re exploiting. This is what it’s. … And it drives scores. They’re a enterprise. And when you do not have their agenda otherwise you’re not on board, they cancel you or they fireplace you as a result of they do not like what you need to say,” Dodd mentioned.
“I feel that they maintain controversial figures on so long as they probably can, as they really feel they’ll, with a purpose to drive scores. And sure issues of their opinion, I assume, are much less egregious than others,” Leventhal added.
Dodd Was Fired From RHOC After Season 15
Dodd was fired by Bravo after she made some controversial feedback in regards to the coronavirus, in response to Us Weekly.
“Listen, finally, I received fired due to myself, I’m the one who received myself fired. I used to be inflicting them plenty of grief. I used to be inflicting them plenty of hassle. And you realize, I’m sorry about that. Like, I really feel dangerous,” she advised Jeff Lewis on his SiriusXM radio show.
Both Dodd and Leventhal mentioned that Bravo let Dodd go for issues that she mentioned however the community has finally determined to maintain different stars on regardless of them having dedicated crimes.
“So, sure crimes, apparently, are okay,” Leventhal mentioned when Newell introduced up Giudice returning to RHONJ after she served time behind bars. “Certain phrases aren’t,” he added.
“Yeah. Words aren’t,” Dodd echoed.