Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador seemed to be on the cusp of a reconciliation weeks ago. But now, amid filming on the upcoming 17th season of The Real Housewives of Orange County, it seems they’re back to square one.
Weeks after Tamra admitted to missing her friendship with Shannon, reports claim Tamra has unfollowed her on-again, off-again friend, leading many to believe that the ladies are far from putting their differences aside amid production on the new episodes.
“The feud between Tamra Judge [and] Shannon Storms is raging on as Tamra recently unfollowed Shannon on social media after the two’s tension continued to boil over!” Bravo Housewives on Instagram shared with their followers on August 23.
The news of Tamra’s unfollow was also shared by Instagram fan page Housewives Addicted, who included a screenshot of Tamra’s follower list that confirmed Shannon was not on it.
“It appears Tamra & Shannon’s reconciliation isn’t going so well. Tamra has once again unfollowed Shannon amid filming [on RHOC] season 17,” they revealed.
Just last month, on an episode of Two T’s in a Pod, Tamra said that while things between her and Shannon were sure to be “heated” once they reunited amid filming on the new season of RHOC, she was hopeful that they would ultimately resolve their issues and rekindle their friendship.
“[I’m] definitely going to have to have a deep, hard conversation with Shannon, which is probably going to be emotional… It’s going to be hard, it’s going to be heated but I’m hoping at the end of the day that we can resolve what happened in the past because we were such great friends for so many years,” she shared.
During another interview, with Entertainment Tonight, Tamra, who claims Shannon abandoned their friendship after she left the show in January 2020, said that she and her co-star had “a lot to talk about.”
“Most of all, our feelings got hurt. It’s a hard place to be, where you get fired from a show that you’ve been on for so long … and then have one of your good friends not reach out to you,” she explained.
“I don’t think I would enjoy it. I’m in a happy place,” Shannon told Us Weekly. “There have been a lot of things that continue to be said about me, like as of 24 hours ago, so it’s hard because… We were friends and sadly, we’re not anymore.”
The Real Housewives of Orange County season 17 is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime early next year.
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