‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ spoilers find that even though 389,000 people in the country have so far died and her own mother was even hospitalized because of the Covid-19 virus, the Real Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd still doesn’t believe that wearing a mask will save your life and save the lives of others.
The reality television star made her comments during the upcoming RHOC reunion special with Andy Cohen. Here’s what she has to say. In a sneak peek from the upcoming reunion, Kelly told Andy, “Well I hate wearing a mask. I think everybody’s on that with me. I will wear them because I have to but does your pants protect you from a fart? Like is it helping? Are the masks helping? I don’t know.”
‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ Spoilers: Star Kelly Dodd Doesn’t Think Masks Really Work
Unfortunately for Kelly, her co-stars Gina Kirschenheiter, Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Shannon Beador all looked disgusted by her admission.
“Kelly, I know Braunwyn did an interview when she said that you were not taking COVID seriously and there were a lot of people who expressed that on social media,” Andy Cohen pressed her. “What’s your reaction to that?”
Kelly then answered, “I said some things that I regret. I feel bad for anybody who’s lost loved ones. I think it’s horrific. I think it’s horrible. Did I take it seriously? Yeah, but I also was frustrated.”
Back in December, Kelly said that she regretted the insensitive comments she made about the global pandemic. The brunette beauty expressed remorse for saying that Covid-19 was “God’s way of thinning the herd.”
“Of course I regret saying that,” she told Cohen. “It was a stupid thing for me to say. It was insensitive and I apologize if I hurt or offended anybody cause that wasn’t really my intention. I got freaked out about it and, in hindsight, it was the stupidest thing I’ve ever said.”
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