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The “Real Housewives of Orange County” Season 15 trailer just dropped on Wednesday and it captures all of the pandemonium leading up to and during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shannon Beador, who tested positive for COVID-19, fears in the clip, “I’m not going to be a statistic for corona f—king virus.”
She and co-star Emily Simpson are then seen breaking down, and Beador, 56, says on a call, “Mom, I’m so mad at my kids.” Her three daughters Sophie, 18, and twins Stella and Adeline, 14, also tested positive back in July.
Viewers are also given a glimpse into Braunwyn Windham-Burke‘s son Jacob’s drag shows during quarantine, and are introduced to newbie Elizabeth Vargas, who appears to already be a favorite of Beador.
However, the “soon to be divorcée,” according to Bravo, drops a bombshell when she says her and her boyfriend Jimmy have a “very intimate relationship,” but don’t have any sex.
Meanwhile, Kelly Dodd, who got engaged to Fox News reporter Rick Leventhal in November, chimes in, “Our whole life is having sex.”
Fans get a look at Dodd, 44, going wedding dress shopping, which she questions whether to wear white since it’s her third time walking down the aisle.
True to the “Housewives” franchise, there is also no shortage of feuding as Gina Kirschenheiter accuses Braunwyn Windham-Burke of talking about her behind her back.
However, the recently divorced “Housewife” has her hands full with other matters because her controversial ex, Matt Kirschenheiter, who was arrested for domestic violence, makes his on-camera debut on the Bravo series.
“I invited Matt over and I’m going to put a smile on my face,” she says, later adding, “It’s hard to stand up to him.”
According to a press release, she and her new boyfriend Travis moved into a townhome with their combined six children.
The trailer concludes by revealing how the reality TV cameras captured production briefly halting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and how they picked back up again with the women wearing face masks and following social distancing guidelines.
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