“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Kelly Dodd was living her best life while celebrating her costar Emily Simpson‘s birthday amid growing calls for her to be fired after the first part of the reunion.
Kelly posted a ton of footage from the party that went down in the O.C. last night. A group of Emily’s friends came out for a wild dinner with lots of drinking. Kelly filmed herself wishing Emily a happy birthday while she blew out candles on a massive cake.
The group, who did not seem to be keen on wearing masks, were later seen doing shots together at the bar.
In the video, Kelly didn’t appear to have a care in the world despite having a really rough performance during part one of the reunion. During the show, Kelly got into it with Andy Cohen when pressed about her comments about masks and the virus.
Kelly appeared defensive and claimed her followers called Andy “Anti-American.” Things didn’t get better for her when she started to attack her costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke
Kelly accused her costar of faking her problems with addiction for a storyline.
She said, “Let’s just be honest real quick, your alcoholism was all for a story plan,” Brauynwyn was extremely offended by the statement. She brought up an incident where Kelly saw her drunk at BravoCon at 7 am. Kelly said she was also drunk but that didn’t make her an addict.
Braunwyn replied, “F— you. Do you know how dangerous this is to everyone in recovery right now?” Fans were furious with Kelly for making the comment and have been demanding Bravo fire her.
— Midnight Ham (@JASonYoFACE) January 22, 2021
One fan begged, “Morning @andy – Please fire #KellyDodd ! If our country is going to truly move forward, those who spread disinformation and hate must be held to account. Do the right thing and fire her! @RHOOC.”
“@andy @bravotv is so petrified of being cancelled he perceives that when he rakes sm1 like @LeeAnneLocken or @RHOC_KellyDodd over the coals we’ll see him& bravo as “on the right side of history” yeah a network that took 3 years to fire Stassi, talk about virtue signalling!” said another.