Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Fur flies on finale of 'Real Housewives of O.C.'

A party on 'The Real Housewives of Orange County' turns nasty.

Fur flies on finale of 'Real Housewives of O.C.'

After the hostilities, it´s a blonde poolside summit
After the hostilities, it's a blonde poolside summit

It was supposed to be a celebratory season-ending pool party on The Real Housewives of Orange County last night.

Except the hostess was holed up in the bathroom sobbing. And there were more catty remarks (see Alexis vs. Peggy) than in the All-Breeds ring at a CFA show. (That’s Cat Fanciers’ Association. Keep up, people).

It was Tamra Barney who lit the fuse when she got in the face of former Housewife Jeana Keough. Tamra didn’t like the comments she had seen in the press about her divorce that were attributed to Jeana. “I’m disgusted at the human being you’ve turned into,” she snarled.

Then it was on like Donkey Kong (see video below). Drinks were flung, dresses were ruined, hair was sopped, blondes were shoved. It looked like a saloon fight in the Old West.

By the way, who brings a cease-and-desist order to a cocktail party?

What do you think of the melee? Staged or genuine?

Get ready for the two-part reunion show beginning next Sunday.


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