Kelly Dodd Slams RHoDubai’s Viewership While Inflating Her YouTube Channel’s Data

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Kelly Dodd slammed Real Housewives Of Dubai for their less than stellar ratings. The terminated Real Housewives of Orange County personality took to the comment section of an Instagram post by @TVdeets to share her commentary. She even made unsubstantiated claims about her own YouTube page’s viewership while she was there.

The numbers are in!

@TVdeets shared the results of data collected on season 2 episode 3 of RHoDubai … which the lowest viewed episode this season to date. The demographic analyzed was viewers who range in age from 18 to 49. Dubai housewives earned only 308K viewers. The Watch What Happens Live episode that followed received 213K views within the same audience demographic. RHoDubai’s Caroline Stanbury and Hollywood Houselift’s Jeff Lewis were guests in The Clubhouse that night.

Kelly, true to form, proverbially kicked the cast while they were down. She slid into the comment section to laugh at the show’s lack of viewership boasting, “I get more on my YouTube shows 😂.”

Bravo TV fans had mixed reactions to Kelly’s comment. An excited fan wrote, “I can’t believe we’re reading the same post at the same time 😂🥰🥰😚 today’s smash was awesome! Love prizes!” Another Bravoholic fact checked the former RHOC star. “None of your videos pass 17k views.”


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The final comment piqued my interest … what do Kelly’s YouTube numbers look like?!?! Here are the  highlights of my extrapolations. Below is a small fraction of the data found on her YouTube page with husband Rick Leventhal

Let’s begin with some historical data:

For the more recent data:

If you’re a data nerd (like me!), here are the stats of the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars’ appearances on WWHL. I was surprised who received the most views! 

Drop your thoughts of Kelly dissing the RHoD cast then giving false information about her YouTube page’s popularity in the comments.