Teddi Mellencamp is plotting her return to television.
Months after confirming she was fired from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after starring on the series for three seasons, Teddi is in development on a new reality series based around her controversial All In accountability business.
“I’ve been developing a show based on All In,” Teddi, 39, revealed to The Things in March. “I would love to do something that’s helping others and using the platform to help change lives.”
While All In faced backlash last year from former clients complaining about potentially dangerous and unhealthy habits inflicted upon them, Teddi insisted that her business is safe and clearly described on her official website. She also told The Things that she doesn’t let online trolls phase her because she doesn’t allow herself to put any weight on what they write on social media.
In addition to her new All In series, Teddi has a number of other ideas for shows that she’s put on her “vision board.”
“I have a couple of other shows I would love to be a part of!” she explained.
Also during the interview, Teddi was asked about Andy Cohen‘s reaction to her Instagram announcement about her exit from RHOBH, which he described as the “most no-BS ‘I’m leaving’ announcement on record.”
“I like to keep it real!” Teddi said, adding that 98 percent of Housewives claiming to have left their shows amicably are “playing loose with reality.”
Although Andy never gave her a reason for her firing from RHOBH, Teddi said “everything happens for a reason” and expressed excitement for her future.
“I’m excited for what’s to come next!” she confirmed.
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