July 17, 2014 03:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Vicki Gunvalson is typically at the center of most of the drama on The Real Housewives Of Orange County, so this season, it’s odd to see the reality star sitting back and watching the other ladies battle it out. She’s informed Twitter followers of her intention to remain neutral, an approach that just doesn’t seem natural.
Will Vicki Gunvalson continue her neutral stance as her frenemies dig themselves into a deeper and deeper hole? The reality star certainly appears to have done an admirable job of remaining above the fray thus far, but that doesn’t mean she’s completely backed off. After all, when Shannon Beador was busy worrying about the alleged “Taking down the Beadors” comment, Vicki claimed to have heard the exact same reference from Tamra Judge’s lips.
Tamra thinks that Vicki is being an “a**-kisser” this season, but Vicki is simply trying to reduce her stress load; this means more bonding with her grandchildren and less fighting with the housewives. In her latest Bravo blog, Vicki explained, “I am trying to turn over a new leaf and stay clear and neutral from the drama.” She added that, while she was far from being an “a**-kisser,” she was also proud to not be a “s***-stirrer.”
Vicki also shared this sentiment on Facebook, informing fans that “there are times when you have to make decisions everyone won’t like but stand your ground and stay true to you.” Based on this post, fans assume that Vicki has decided to ditch her friendship with Tamra in favor of a closer relationship with Shannon.
Is it fair for Vicki Gunvalson to claim that she is remaining neutral when, by the looks of it, she’s decided to take Shannon Beador’s side? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!
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