Real Housewives of Orange County Midseason Trailer

We are already through half of season 12 of The Real Housewives of Orange County and Bravo has released the midseason trailer and it’s quite shocking.

Vicki Gunvalson, who has been feuding with Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador, might be on the track of being forgiven. Tamra and Vicki are shown in one scene sitting together, appearing to get along and Vicki reaches out to Shannon saying, “I just want to literally tell you I’m sorry.”

As for Vicki’s tumultuous relationship with Tamra, they have an emotional heart-to-heart where things seem to be back on track. Vicki tells Tamra, “You’re like my sister, you’re my family.” But in a later scene, Tamra yells at Vicki, “I loved you as a friend and you chose him over me.” We can only assume she’s talking about Brooks. And Vicki says, “I am not going to allow that bitch Tamra to sit there and call me a liar.”

The cast heads for a girls trip to Iceland where they witness a live viking fight show. Kelly jokes, “That was me and Tamra!”

Kelly will confront Peggy about her breast cancer and Lydia appears to battle with several of the other Housewives, throwing a menu in the direction of Tamra and Shannon before storming off from a meal in Iceland.

Check out the trailer and photos of what’s to come below:

Here are some screenshots from the trailer:

What do you think of this season of RHOC? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Photo Credit: Bravo



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