Dr. Tiffany Moon doesn’t seem to be in the best place following the filming of her debut season on “The Real Housewives of Dallas.”
While Dr. Moon has gained slew of supporters on social media, she doesn’t feel that she’s been “well-accepted” by her cast mates, aside from D’Andra Simmons, who was the one who brought her to the cast for season five in 2020.
During a recent appearance on Access Hollywood‘s “Housewives Nightcap,” Dr. Moon opened up about her thoughts on fitting in with her co-stars.
Dr. Tiffany Moon Likens ‘RHOD’ To Middle School
“I feel like an outsider,” Dr. Moon admitted, according to a report from Monsters and Critics on February 5. “I feel like no matter how hard I try to show myself and be authentic and be funny– in the way that I know to be funny–that it’s not being well accepted.”
According to Dr. Moon, she’s felt at times like she and her cast mates are in middle school due to the trivial nature of many of the disputes fans have seen on the show.
Dr. Tiffany Moon Suggests Only D’Andra Simmons Was ‘Nice’
“I think at one point I was like,’ are we back in Middle school?’ cause this sure as hell feels like it. It feels like that,” Dr. Moon continued.
Looking back at the time she spent filming her first season with the “Real Housewives of Dallas” cast, Dr. Moon said that she often felt as if she was trying to fit in with the cool girls.
“It feels like me trying to be one of the cool girls at the lunch table. And you know, I know one cool girl [D’Andra] and she’s nice to me…[but] the other cool girls at the table are just not having it,” she explained.
Dr. Tiffany Moon Struggles With Acceptance
Although Dr. Moon has become a fan favorite for many “Real Housewives of Dallas” viewers, she told Access Hollywood that when it came to her dynamic with her cast mates, she frequently felt that no matter what she did during season five, it wasn’t coming as good news to her co-stars.
“I feel like everything that I try to do, it’s not going well…It’s really not going well for me,” she alleged, noting that she’s struggled to feel accepted in the past.
Dr. Tiffany Moon Gets Frustrated At Times
“It’s not the first time in my life that I’ve struggled to be accepted. I just didn’t think it would happen at this time in my life when I’m a doctor in my thirties and it’s 2020 or 2021…,” she added. “I’m just like ‘what year is it right now?’ I can’t believe it sometimes, the things that people say,”
To see more of Dr. Moon and her cast mates, don’t miss new episodes of “The Real Housewives of Dallas” season five on Tuesday nights at 9/8c on Bravo.