Don’t come for “The Real Housewives of Dallas!” Former star LeeAnne Locken learned the hard way after D’Andra Simmons shot down her ex co-star’s accusation that the cast of season five has “no content” without her and. In fact, D’Andra claims that this season of the Bravo hit without LeeAnne is the “best” one yet.
The “RHOD” star talked openly to “RealiTea With Derek Z” about what fans can expect in the highly-anticipated new season, just two days after LeeAnne Locken dissed the cast and alleged that season five has been reduced to a low amount of episodes.
During her chat with host Derek Zagami, D’Andra Simmons didn’t hold back about “RHOD” without LeeAnne Locken. The star revealed to PEOPLE that she would not be returning to the show in February after four seasons.
When speaking about the upcoming season of “RHOD,” D’Andra Simmons said, “In my opinion, it will be probably the best season we’ve ever had because the show is amazing this year.” Making sure to avoid too much drama with her former co-star, she explained, “It’s not because [Locken’s] not on the show, it’s just a different group of girls, a different vibe and you will not be disappointed. I will tell you that 100 percent.”
She added that there’s plenty of content without LeeAnne Locken. “There’s drama, there’s storyline, there’s so much going on, more than we have ever had going on,” D’Andra told Derek. Addressing LeeAnne Locken’s departure, D’Andra Simmons said, “she was a very big character that kind of brought things down at certain levels when she would talk about things that made other people uncomfortable.”
The trio laughed while speaking about the Bravo shows over the weekend. Earlier this year, Vicki Gunvalson announced she was leaving “RHOC” after 14 seasons. Shortly after, Tamra Judge revealed she was walking away from the Bravo show too after being offered a reduced role.
After teasing that they have “SO MUCH to say” after leaving “RHOD” and “RHOC,” LeeAnne Locken turned her focus to her former castmates and dished out some serious allegations. “You know what is so sad? I hear that Dallas is going to be like half of the season from last year,” she said. Vicki Gunvalson caused a WAR with her response when she said that each cast has “no content” without them, something that LeeAnne Locken agreed with.