'Real Housewives of Dallas': Mexico drama, LeeAnne the bridezilla

Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond and Kary Brittingham dish the dirt on all things "RHOD."
5:14 | 10/18/19

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Brittingham, stars of the hit bravo show, the "Real housewives of Dallas." Now, Kary, this is your first season as a housewife so how has your life changed? I mean, you know, it's been interesting. I mean, I've had a lot of random people, like, start texting me and all of a sudden they're my best friend. And then I've also had some friends that, you know, some jealousy there that they have kind of like, you know, they tried out for the show and they didn't make it or I didn't know that and they're being kind of like very different. So, you know, it's been definitely an interesting transition. Insightful. Yeah. She's amazing. We love her. Yes, we do. Recently some drama did get started in Mexico and you were right in the middle of it, Brandi, with Kameron. Before we get into it I want to take a look. Was I the person pulling you off to the side trying to calculate our roommate situation? I love it. Amazing. I know you guys want to sleep together too, so. We're good. Was either person going into another room peeking outside the window saying, this is my room? No Kameron. I was not. I own this bitch. Don't you ever do that. Go . That was trash. I'm done with you. Wait a minute. When something gets to throwing, I don't know how you remained your composure. You know, I have a toddler so I'm used to someone throwing food at me. Of course you don't expect anyone to act that way but how surprised were you that that kind of happened between you two? She's the queen of little miss manners so I was a little shocked. That tequila will bring it out of you. Speaking from experience, yes, I am. You know, your kids are all big parts of the show. Yes. So I'm curious, first of all, do they enjoy it, and secondly, do they watch? You know, I kind of give my kids a choice with filming. If they come home and they want to, then we do it. But if they've had a bad day at school and I put a camera in front of them and mic on them, I'm setting them up for failure. So I make it their choice. They're 8 and 10 and I'd like them to think that the world is a kind place and people treat each other kindly. I think it's not the way that 8 and 10-year-olds should look at the world and women and how they treat each other. Still kids. Brandi, at times people -- you've responded on social media but at times people have had a lot to say about how you parent. How do you respond to that? It can be very hurtful and I will say that I signed up for this and chose to share my life, not my children, although my children also -- I mean, they are a huge part of it but I think that when people -- they can say whatever they want to about me, right, but when it comes to my children, like, no, that's not okay. That's more hurtful than anything. I agree. By the way, I love the matchup of the earrings and the skirt. You look so cute. Thank you. A big thing on the season -- oh, what did you want to say? I was going to say my daughters, two are on the show and one of them filmed. She's older and she had a lot of like, some teenage attitude issues and she's actually, like, learned a lot from it. She goes, ooh, maybe I should have been behaving and acted nicer and she's actually kind of nervous about what's coming up. It kind of makes you be more objective. A lot of parents are going to walk around with video cameras saying watch yourself, kid. The big thing on this season is also Leeanne is getting married and I know there's been talk that maybe she's been a bit of a bridezilla. Is she a bridezilla? What's the vibe? I will say that not everybody has so many events leading up to the wedding. Like that's ridiculous. Leeanne and Kameron are probably the only two that applies to. And me whenever it happened. That's true, keke. It will be a seven-day rollout at least. I think there were like six events in four weeks or something. It was a lot of events leading up to it. I enjoyed it because the guest list changed with every event. If you were on good behavior she would invite you and if not, then -- so you never knew. People didn't until the week before. It's like a video game. You earn your spot. I was definitely not invited to all the events and then I was invited via text message to the wedding and other things. A little shade. Very last minute, so yeah. Okay, so I'm going to ask you a question that maybe doesn't get you invited to the wedding after I ask it. Before you go, I have to ask you, do you guys think their marriage will last? I definitely do. I mean, they've been together for -- You're going to the wedding. Yeah, I'm going. But they've been together for over ten years and I feel like they were already living together. They've already -- I don't know, I feel like at that point when you're living together and you've been together for so long, you're pretty much married and it's just a certificate now. You see a lot of people stay together for a long time and get married and they're gone in six months and you're like what was it about the marriage that threw it off. So there are some people -- I'm not going to the wedding, so. You say it's going to be interesting. I think it's going to be interesting. If I had to bet money, I would say no.

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