“Tres Amigas” Star Vicki Gunvalson Addresses Tension with Tamra Judge

Just like their hit Bravo series, the “Real Housewives of Orange County,” real-life drama seems to be brewing among the three stars known as the “Tres Amigas.” Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, and Shannon Beador were on tour during the fall of last year, but as they entered 2024, the lineup seems to have altered.

Key Takeaways:

– The “Tres Amigas” of the “Real Housewives of Orange County” fame, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, and Shannon Beador appear to be parting ways.
– Both Beador and Judge now have their own independent projects.
– Gunvalson has hinted online at the ongoing tension between the trio.
– An online speculation has aligned the tension to a possible marketing plan for the live shows lined up by Beador and Judge.

On January 6, 2024, a shift was noted with Beador advertising a new live show named “Shannon and Vicki Live,” which is scheduled for a spring tour across the country. On the same day, Judge promoted her own “Two Ts in a Pod” podcast recording with co-host Teddi Mellencamp.

Tensions Among the ‘Tres Amigas’

The live show announcements were not the only changes stirring the Bravo fan space. Judge seemingly pointed at the internal tension among the ‘Tres Amigas’ when she tweeted a picture of herself with the caption “Uno” and subsequently replied with a photo of Mellencamp captioned “Dos.”

Bravo’s fan handle, “I Live For Bravo” shared Beador’s live show information along with Judge’s tweets, stating “A Tres Amigas war is raging”. Gunvalson joined the conversation, sharing her perspective in the comments section.

Gunvalson Ends Nice Guy Games

In response to the speculations on “I Live For Bravo’s” January 6 post, Gunvalson commented, “Stay tuned! I’m done being the nice guy.” Gunvalson further interacted with fans, shedding more light on the changing dynamics. When a user suggested that Judge can function well without the other two, Gunvalson responded sarcastically by asking, “So she doesn’t need ‘friends?'”. This response hinted at a possible fallout within the trio.

Judge Engages in ‘War’

Another account, “Comments By Bravo,” took note of Gunvalson’s comments and reposted them on January 7, prompting Judge to respond, “Friends? That talk s*** about me ….NO THANK YOU!” What’s clear is that there seems to be a stark change in friendship dynamics among the ‘Tres Amigas.’

Fans, however, have a theory about this whole “war.” Some believe that it might be a strategy to keep the stars relevant, increase live show ticket sales, and possibly regain full-time cast status on Bravo. Judge responded to this theory sarcastically, signaling that she has had enough of the rumors.

Judge Not Mixing Business and Personal

Meanwhile, Judge, on January 7, following the announcement of her independent show, tweeted, “I felt like I just took the biggest dump of my life. So refreshed. So relieved.” This seems to be a pointed response to the fallout between the ‘Tres Amigas.’ When confronted by a fan about being mean to Beador by mending fences with Alexis Bellino, Judge clarified that her personal life has nothing to do with her professional connections.

While the fallout appears to be obvious, the future of ‘Tres Amigas’ still remains a guessing game for fans and followers. Only time will reveal what’s in store for the trio, both professionally and personally. The claims made by fans also can’t be ignored and might hint at potential future events within the ‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ milieu.