Andy Cohen made an look on The View and spilled the tea on The Real Housewives. The Bravo persona was requested about producing the present in the midst of a pandemic and the way it has affected filming. Although the Watch What Happens Live host didn’t go into too many particulars, he did trace on the drama the coronavirus provokes in Orange County.
What did Andy Cohen say about ‘RHOC?’
The Real Housewives of Orange County began filming season 15 of the present in February. Production shut down in the midst of march when California ordered the state to close down as a result of coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the women of the O.C. have returned to filming and Cohen hinted at drama.
“We’re in production in Dallas and Atlanta right now,” Cohen revealed. “As you can imagine, it’s incredibly challenging. I think specifically what people are going to be interested in is seeing how this plays out in Orange County.”
It was not too long ago shared that Shannon Beador examined optimistic for COVID-19 together with all of her daughters. Cohen didn’t point out this particularly however did allude to the problem.
“It touches the women very… I don’t want to give anything away but… It touches some of the women personally and there’s a lot of conversation about it,” he added. “We did have to shut down production during the middle of shooting, then we resumed… [coronavirus] is very much a part of it and it’s fascinating and it mirrors what’s happening in the country.”
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Shannon Beador confirms being COVID-19 optimistic
Beador, who’s returning for season 15 of the franchise, confirmed on Instagram that she had examined optimistic for COVID-19 alongside along with her ladies. Before this assertion, there have been rumors somebody within the solid had the coronavirus and was sitting out of the solid journey.
“This photo was taken pre-pandemic,” Beador posted. “Today, we are Covid positive times 4. The girls and I are blessed to be quarantining in the same home (but isolating in separate rooms). A huge thank you to all of the medical personnel that have been patiently guiding us through this illness. Sending prayers to all of those affected.”
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Kelly Dodd will get controversial
Orange County, particularly the coastal cities the place the RHOC stars reside, is a group the place many Republican conservative voters reside. Throughout the pandemic, this county has stood out for its controversial inactions in the course of the pandemic. Wearing facial masks has been some extent of dispute amongst its residents and Kelly Dodd has been one to make outlandish statements.
Dodd was known as out by followers for not staying house and nonetheless touring in the course of the pandemic as variety of deaths rose.
“That many that die anyway, they would’ve died this year, they were compromised,” Dodd wrote on Instagram. “Do you know how many people died from the H1N1, the Swine Flu or Sars? It’s 25%, get your facts straight. You are only hearing numbers, not the reality. It’s God’s way of thinning the herd. If you are vulnerable or compromised, stay inside. If you don’t protect others by wearing masks and gloves, keep your distance and don’t go out if you are ill. It’s common sense.”
Dodd acquired main backlash for her feedback and issued an apology quickly after.
“I want to give a public apology,” Dodd acknowledged. “What I meant was, do these pandemics happen because it’s God’s way? I’m not God, I’m not insensitive. I feel bad for all the families who have lost loved ones. And I do think we should all stay home and protect everybody. That’s not what I meant, and I want to apologize to anybody who got offended. I’m sorry.”
Bravo has not confirmed when RHOC will return to the airwaves nevertheless it seems to be one other season of controversy.
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