The Bravo star explains why her costar was airlifted out of "freak" dune buggy accident and says, "The O.G. needs to G-O"
The Real Housewives of Orange County stars’ claws are coming out.
“You know what, I took her back this year, accepted her apology – well, her half-assed apology – forgave the past and tried to move on, only to get burned again,” said Judge, 48. “She was behind my back with a machete this time.”
“Well, I’ve given up on trying to keep away from Brooks,” Judge said. “I now think that they’re soul mates. They’re a match made in heaven.”
Of Gunvalson’s tendencies to return to Ayers despite the drama, Judge said she couldn’t understand it.
“You know what, there were a lot of years where I wanted somebody in my life, but you don’t want a douchebag. Like if somebody’s douchey, ew, that’s a turnoff,” she said. “It’s not attractive to me. I can’t buy that.”
Added Judge, “You hang out with dogs, you get fleas. Maybe she needs a flea collar.”
As for whether her relationship with Gunvalson could be salvaged, Judge made it pretty clear things didn’t look too promising.
“That’s where I’m at – I’m burned,” she said. “I said: ‘You know what, one more thing. One more thing, and I’m done. I’m done.’ ”
“It actually hurts my feelings because we’ve been friends off and on for 10 years, so we’ve gone through a lot together,” Judge said. “We’ve gone through our kids getting married … health concerns and divorces and all that stuff, so, we have a lot of history.”
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But Judge says Gunvalson has gotten “caught up in the show.”
“She just doesn’t know what her reality is anymore,” Judge added. “When you create a storyline, that’s when it’s time for you to go. So the O.G. might need to G.O.”
Judge also opened up about the scary four-wheeler dune buggy accident she and a few of the other women got into in April, which will be covered on the show. (“Hey, can I not make good TV or what?” joked the star, who was driving at the time.)
“Vicki was airlifted [because the local hospital] doesn’t do trauma, so anybody that gets into an accident is airlifted,” Judge explained. “And it’s $70,000 to get airlifted, so people that go there, make sure you get the insurance for $50 – you get airlifted for free.”
According to Judge, “it was just a freak accident.”
“We went up this dune, and I don’t know what was on the other side, but I just remember Heather [Dubrow] who was in the front, who was holding on, and in this very calm voice she goes: ‘We are going roll,’ ” Judge recalled. “And I don’t even know what happened, but we went up over my front left tire, hit the sand and we just rolled.”[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/271091333" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true&show_comments=true&color=false&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
Also in the dune buggy at the time of the accident was RHOC rookie Kelly Dodd, whom Judge said is “really lucky” she didn’t suffer a head injury because she hadn’t fastened her helmet at the time.
“Well, maybe it would have knocked some sense into her,” Judge added with a laugh.
As for describing the newest Housewife in one sentence?
“Whacked,” said Judge. “It’s unbelievable. Chemical crazy.”
Real Housewives of Orange County airs Mondays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.