Cohen informed the audience and Jeff Lewis, an interior designer, that Barlow, who was slated to join him as a guest on the show, mistakenly used nail glue instead of eye drop and had to go to the emergency room immediately.
He then wished Barlow a quick recovery in a statement that followed.
How Did The Accident Happen?
In a chat with Page Six, Barlow disclosed that the accident happened while she was on the phone with one of her girlfriends.
She continued that she accidentally swapped the look-alike bottles for each other while cleaning her house.
The 45-year-old shared with the media outlet that she went to the emergency room immediately, and according to her doctor, she was diagnosed with a damaged cornea but would not lose her sight. She continued that there appeared to be four levels to the cornea, and hers went to level three.
Escaping By A Hair’s Breathe
The “Vida Tequila” founder shared that the glue scratched her whole eyes and surgical tweezers had to be used to pull out the eyelashes. For proper healing, the doctor then placed “stem cell” over her cornea coupled with a soft contact lens for rapid recovery.
However, the accident prevented Barlow from making her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live.”
“It’s just an awful pain, and it looked so swollen,” Barlo shared with the outlet. “It looked terrible, and I’m, like, I can’t go on Watch What Happens Live.” The media personality is on the mend and said she is feeling better.
‘RHOSLC’ Gets Sky-High Ratings
As per The Oprah Magazine, “RHOSLC” has been re-established for a second season. According to Deadline, the premiere episode of the franchise recorded 3.2 million viewers to date, making it the most prominent series launch in the last five years.
According to Oprah Magazine, the second season was revealed two days after the season one finale.
Cohen told “Everything Iconic” podcast Host Danny Pellegrino, that the full cast members, including Barlow, Mary Cosby, Heather Gay, Marks, Whitney Rose, and Shah, would be returning for the second season. Yay!
The Return Of The Housewives
Before season two commences, the 13-episode first season concluded on February 3 will be followed by a three-part reunion, which will kick off on Wednesday, February 10, February 17, and 24. The reunion will see the six housewives dissecting the drama from the first season with producer Cohen.
Although the series’s return is guaranteed, there is no known date for its filming or even release.
To make a guess, the series might return in late 2021 or 2022 considering pandemic-related filming delays and the want for the drama building up.