AceShowbiz - Bravo is making a big change by firing several OG Housewives including Tamra Judge and Vicki Gulvanson from "The Real Housewives of Orange County". The move seemingly didn't sit well with one avid fan who came for executive producer and host Andy Cohen for the decision.
"HW wives have made millions for you," the fan tweeted on Wednesday, February 12 on Twitter. "I don't appreciate you treating them as disposable. If you need a shake up, replace the host. Thx."
Andy noticed the tweet and replied hotly to the user, "Ok Sebastian. You can produce the show and fire me and just keep everybody the same every year and see how it goes."
Fans agreed with Andy, claiming that new faces were needed to make everything fresh. "I mean he's right, these narratives are getting predictable and some of the ladies think they're untouchable new blood is necessary," one fan noted. Echoing the sentiment, someone added, "I was sick of them anyway. Orange county needed new faces."
One person, meanwhile, demanded Bravo to make a cast shake-up on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta", saying, "Please replace some of these ATL Housewives. The same drama every season." Another user wanted the show to bring back Phaedra Parks. "Im only here to ask to bring back Phaedra. That is all," the person said.
The firing of some "Real Housewives" cast members apparently got Kandi Burruss anxious. "She is worried that her time on 'RHOA' is coming to an end," an insider explained in a previous report. The source noted that the reality star recently "pitched a spinoff show about her growing family and her businesses."
"Kandi wants to stay on TV, and she thinks her own family drama is something that viewers would want to see," the insider continued. Thankfully, her family was fully supportive for her should Bravo greenlight the planned show. "Mama Joyce, Todd [Tucker] and her manager, Don Juan, are all on board," said the source.