After everything that happened this season on the Real Housewives of Orange County, Heather Dubrow says “there are some relationships that are irreparable” between some of the women on the show.
“As always, the reunion is pretty brutal,” she told E! News. “But I think what’s interesting about this reunion is it’s interesting to see who can apologize and own their stuff and make amends, and who thinks that they’re empirically right and feel that they don’t owe anyone anything.”
Dubrow says she may have wanted to see what bridges could have been built for the fractured friendships in the group, that wasn’t the case for everyone. “Watching yourself back on television is an interesting thing because, first of all, you don’t always remember everything you’ve said, and sometimes the way it all comes together is different than how you remembered it in your mind. So the reunion is such a great chance to apologize, make amends, move forward, figure out who the right relationships are for you,” she said. “But then there are people that want to come to the reunion and hurt people. And that definitely happened this year.”
Terry Dubrow has heard all about this from his wife. “It sounds like there are certain things that are said that one can never recover from… It sounds to me like there are three things that were involved: rage, regret, and sorrow. This reunion, from what I understand, it is going to be incredibly powerful.”
Part one of the reunion airs Monday night.
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