May 13, 2014 12:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Any time a new gal enters the equation on The Real Housewives Of Orange County, there’s bound to be plenty of drama. Surprisingly enough, Shannon Beador appears to be getting on just fine with most of the housewives. The same cannot be said of Lizzie Rovsek, who is already Vicki Gunvalson’s number one target!
Her not-so-ugly sweater entrance may have been awkward during last week’s Real Housewives Of Orange County debut, but Facebook fans couldn’t help but feel sorry for Lizzie Rovsek after Vicki Gunvalson went on the attack.
The drama began almost immediately, with Vicki mocking a name that Twitter followers regarded as perfectly normal. “Lizzie seems like a little girl with pigtails. Why can’t we call her an adult name?” An obviously annoyed Lizzie told Vicki that she had no problem with the name Elizabeth.
The attack continued when Lizzie told the other housewives about her many accomplishments, one of which involved being named the valedictorian of her graduating class. Vicki later joked, “How many people are in your class? ‘Cause I could be valedictorian of a class of one.”
Lizzie went on to describe her former life in the pageant circuit. As always, Vicki dismissed this, claiming that, while she supposedly had complete respect for pageant winners, she’d never, ever want to be a pageant girl. When Lizzie proceeded to ask Vicki what she did when she was young, Vicki got super defensive, explaining how she got married, had kids and worked her butt off. Lizzie’s response? “You don’t have to yell at me. You’re not very friendly.”
Talk about an astute observation! What did you think of Vicki Gunvalson’s awkward encounter with Lizzie Rovsek? Feel free to share your opinon in the comments section below!
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