Former Real Housewives of New York City star Dorinda Medley joined the cast in the second season of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, which premiered in May 2022. The show was filmed at their Blue Stone Manor. During season two, the mother-of-one feuded with several of her castmates, including Tamra Judge, Brandi Glanville, Jill Zarin, and Vicki Gunvalson.
While taping a July 2022 episode of their podcast, Two Ts In A Pod, co-hosted by Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Judge and her guest Glanville discussed their experiences with Medley while filming Season 2 of RHUGT.
During the podcast episode, Arroyave mentioned that Medley objected to Gunvalson for staying in touch with her ex-fiancé, Steve Lodge’s daughter, in “RHUGT” Season 2 Episode 6. The former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” personality asked if she had this reaction because she’s “excited” about the death of her late husband, Richard Medley, who passed away in 2011. The judge responded that she believed the former “RHONY” star reacted that way because of her drinking.
“I just think she drinks and then she just gets mean. As you know I drink, I just want to kiss girls,” the Real Housewives of Orange County star quipped. “She drinks and she’s mean.”
During the taping of the “Two Ts In A Pod” episode, Judge also noted that in Season 2, Episode 6, Glanville tried to talk to Medley about her drinking habits.
“I was a little bit of Team Brandi, too, because if you have a conversation with Dorinda and you’re like, ‘Listen, that was my experience, I was in a bad place in my life, I started drinking, I started listening to things I shouldn’t have done, I was an angry person’ and no one else would say that to Dorinda, everyone was so scared and Brandi said I wasn’t scared, I’ll just tell her how it is and what’s up she said – ‘I don’t drink,'” said Judge, laughing.
In an interview in June 2022 on Jeff Lewis’ radio show Jeff Lewis Live,Medley shared that she would love to join the cast of the upcoming series The Real Housewives of New York City: Legacy. She also noted that she filmed parts of her life when she was randomly chosen to be on the show.
“The number one question I get at every job interview is, ‘Are you coming back to the Housewives?’ And I think, listen, I never wanted to leave, that wasn’t my choice. You act like I called Andy [Cohen] and said, ‘I think I’ll take a year off, okay?’ But I think so, “Legacy” – who would be on “Legacy” … But I have to start thinking that it’s good potential the way I live – and they love all this horizontal filming, so if you happen to ask I want to being able to document it so I can go to people and look at that, that’s my move, like I’m doing my homework just in case,” said the former “RHONY” personality.
However, she claimed that Bravo did not reveal who will star in the series.
“Let me just tell you this, nobody has been asked yet. Honest to God,” Medley said.
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