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Tamra Judge opens up about feeling left out when RHOC started filming

by Leopoldo Hilson (2020-05-07)


Cod Liver Oil Omega 3 Gel Capsules Free Stock Photo ...Tamra Judge is adjusting to life after the Real Housewives of Orange County and in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV the Bravo star revealed that it wasn't an easy transition after 12 seasons.

However there is some good news is on the horizon for fans, the 52-year-old teased a new project in the pipeline with the O.G. of the O.C., former co-star Vicki Gunvalson and hasn't ruled out returning to Housewives.

Currently, Judge is quarantining at home in Southern California during the COVID-19 pandemic where she is trying to do her part by stepping up to help workers on the front line through her CBD company Vena.






Moving on: Tamra Judge is adjusting to life after the Real Housewives of Orange County and in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV the Bravo star revealed that it wasn't an easy transition after 12 seasons














Season 15 of RHOC will mark the first one in over a decade without Tamra who was let go by the network earlier this year after she refused a massive pay cut.

The change has been hard to wrap her head around: 'I haven't fully processed it. I'm going to have to go through a cycle.'  






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The original Housewives franchise began filming season 15 before the novel coronavirus forced Hollywood to shutdown and Tamra said it was difficult not to be a part of production.

'When they first started filming, I felt a little left out. It just felt weird to me,' she said. 'I was on the show for 12 years.'






Big change: Season 15 of RHOC will mark the first one in over a decade without Tamra who was let go by the network earlier this year after she refused a massive pay cut







'I haven't fully processed it. I'm going to have to go through a cycle. When they first started filming, I felt a little left out. If you are you looking for more info on CBD Capsules visit our site. It just felt weird to me,' she said. 'I was on the show for 12 years'


'I knew my schedule, I knew what I was going to be doing, I knew when I'd be filming, I knew when I'd be doing press. All of a sudden, I'm like...I got nothing,' Tamra continued.

On the other hand, she said, the show was a huge stressor in her life and it wasn't until she had some distance that she realized 'how much space it was taking up' in her head.

'I was living it, I was working it, I was on social media being ridiculed daily for what I said or what I did,' Tamra said. 'And now, at 52-years-old, I just need this time for a little, you know, stress release.' 













Tamra's best friend Vicki Gunvalson, who had been a cast member since day one, was also let go at the end of season 14 but there is a chance the duo could be returning to the small screen. 






Hindsight: Tamra was let go from the show after refusing to take a massive pay cut and after some distance from the show she realizes how much stress filming put on her (Season 14 cast)







'I was living it, I was working it, I was on social media being ridiculed daily for what I said or what I did,' Tamra said. 'And now, at 52-years-old, I just need this time for a little, you know, stress release.'


Vicki and Tamra have been approached to do a show together but the details hadn't been solidified when COVID-19 hit. 

'We were in the early stages,' she said. '[We were] about to meet with different networks, with a production company, and it's all been shelved until we get out of quarantine. I definitely think its going to happen.'

While she couldn't dish on more details, Tamra assures fans they will 'love it.' 

For RHOC devotees, Tamra seems to be vacillating with whether or not she could possibly return to the franchise in future seasons.


















Possibilities: Tamra and Vicki Gunvalson, who was also let go from the show, have been approached to do a new reality show but plans have been halted due to coronavirus (Tamra and Vicki season 6)







'Will I go back next year? Maybe, maybe not. It depends on what I'm doing,' she said. 'I'm kind of a person that moves forwards, I don't go backwards. If it works out it does, if it doesn't - if Vicki and I get another show I cant go back to Housewives.' (Pictured in 2019)


'Will I go back next year? Maybe, maybe not. It depends on what I'm doing,' she said. 'I'm kind of a person that moves forwards, I don't go backwards. If it works out it does, if it doesn't - if Vicki and I get another show I cant go back to Housewives.' 

Meanwhile, back home Tamra's popular Orange County gym, Cut Fitness was forced to shut down due to the pandemic and she said that as a small business the closure is devastating. 

'Depending how long this goes on for, it maybe really hard to recover,' she said. 'So, we're dealing with that. We're hoping for the best, we're hoping, obviously, when everyone gets out of this, they're going to want to work out.'






Meanwhile: Back home Tamra's popular Orange County gym, Cut Fitness was forced to shut down due to the pandemic and she said that as a small business the closure is devastating







Good news: However, her CBD company, Vena, is thriving and Tamra is donating 10% proceeds to help out with obtaining PPE (personal protective equipment) for healthcare workers


However her CBD company, Vena, is thankfully thriving at the moment because it is an online retailer with a product people are clamoring for at the moment. 

'It's an online business,' she explained. 'Everybody needs their CBD right now because it does have a calming affect and it helps with stress and anxiety. So Vena is going stronger than ever right now.'

Through Vena, Tamra is stepping up to help out workers on the front lines of the pandemic. 

She is donating 10% proceeds to help out with obtaining PPE (personal protective equipment) for healthcare workers. 






'It's an online business,' she explained. 'Everybody needs their CBD right now because it does have a calming affect and it helps with stress and anxiety. So Vena is going stronger than ever right now.' (Pictured 2019)


 



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