RHOD Alum Cary Deuber Throws Shade At Bravo
April 6, 2021 10:37am
She’s not a trophy wife. She’s a lifetime achievement award.
Real Housewives of Dallas alum, Cary Deuber, joined S’More Date creator Adam Cohen Aslatei (ACA) on episode 82 of S’More Live on Instagram to share her thoughts on the show’s current season… and even throw some low-key shade at Bravo.
Though Cary isn’t watching the current season of RHOD, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have thoughts on the hottest happenings in Dallas.
Brandi & Tiffany:
“Brandi tends to be a little bit removed until she gets to know you. I think they just don’t know each other. They didn’t know each other at all before the show.”
Adam asked Cary what she thought of Bravo’s decision to part ways from LeeAnne. “I think it’s the right move for LeeAnne.”
Cary didn’t feel it was as good of a move for Bravo to separate themselves from LeeAnne. “For the show, I don’t know. I don’t know if that was the right move. I think the dynamics change every time you remove somebody and then add someone.”
“I do think she was highly aggressive, but I do think you need that. I think she was great tv.”
Coming from Cary, that says a lot….
Never forget the time LeeAnne claimed Cary’s husband gets his d!ck sucked at The Round-Up.
Those were the best of RHOD times.
The topic on the minds of any normal, functioning Bravoholic is the alleged crimes of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City‘s self-proclaimed MVP and Queen B.
“Bravo can pick ’em, huh? Wow. That’s all I have to say is that’s some amazing casting and cheers to you on that.”
During a game of Sip And Tell, ACA asked Cary if she thought Jen was guilty of the alleged crimes against her. Cary sipped.
Watch the full interview for yourself:
Check out S’More Date’s Instagram live to find out Cary’s thoughts on Kameron Westcott‘s current storyline, Mama Dee‘s claims that D’Andra used the ‘Simmons‘ name to get ahead in life and so much more.
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