Kameron Westcott opened up about the filming of the reunion special for “The Real Housewives of Dallas” season five during an interview earlier this week.
Ahead of the season five finale, which aired on Tuesday night, Westcott admitted that when it comes to the taping of the two-part special, she had “no fun.”
“It definitely was one of the hardest reunions I think I’ve ever been through, and this is my fourth reunion being with the ‘Housewives,'” Westcott revealed to Entertainment Tonight‘s Lauren Zima on April 27.
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“There wasn’t a lot of fun — I should say there was no fun,” she continued, adding, “There was nothing fun.”
According to Westcott, things between her and certain cast members went exactly how she thought they would with those who she believed owed her apologies refusing to say they were sorry.
“I’m not surprised certain people never said sorry, not surprised,” Westcott confirmed, adding that she is currently estranged from not one, but two of her “Real Housewives of Dallas” cast mates.
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“I think you guys could guess,” Westcott teased of which two cast members she was referring to.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Westcott wouldn’t name names but the fact that she complimented all of her cast mates, aside from D’Andra Simmons and Dr. Tiffany Moon, seems to offer a pretty big clue.
“I’m in a great place with everyone but two people,” she confirmed. “You know, I actually wasn’t as close to Brandi and Stephanie going into this season, and this season just brought us extremely close.”
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“We had built such a great relationship, and I’m so lucky to say they’re some of my closest friends now and I’m so grateful for that,” she stated.
Westcott went on to say that despite her drama with certain “Real Housewives of Dallas” cast mates, she’s actually in a great place with many of them and considers certain women as really close friends.
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Continuing on, Westcott said that she’s in the best place she’s ever been with her cast mates.
“I’ve never been in a place in this [show] before where I can legitimately say four girls are my really close friends,” she added. “Usually it’s about half, and that naturally happens with a group of women. But right now, I mean, majority of the girls I’m really close with.”
The two-part “Real Housewives of Dallas” season five reunion begins airing on Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c with part one on Bravo.