Surprises seem to be in store for season 16 of The Real Housewives of Orange County.
The 52-year-old reality star sat down to chat with fellow housewives Porsha Williams and Gizelle Bryant in a preview for tonight's episode, via E! News, and spilled some major tea. "So here's the thing, we're about to go on a trip on the show and it seems as though there may be a little shakeup — a little plot twist — about to happen on this trip," the O.C. cast member explained.
A shocked Bryant asked, "Did she say plot twist?!"
Williams, 40, then jumped in with a guess, "Gizelle, listen: I am going to freaking decode this. Let me set the scene for you, Gizelle. I feel like the girls might be on a trip and there might be a Vicki [Gunvalson] pop-up. I'm just saying." Bryant, 50, added, "I am here for it because Vicki knows how to pop up."
Dubrow took a telling sip of champagne and replied, "All I can say is it's going to be fun."
The former Malibu Country actress and self-proclaimed "Fancy pants" announced back in June that she would be returning to the Bravo show after leaving the franchise back in 2017 after five seasons.
Dubrow spoke with E! News back in July about making the decision to return and why she originally left the show: "They called me in December and I laughed like, 'Stop!' And then we started talking about it and we had a family meeting about it. It just seemed like the universe was telling me it's time."
When asked if she was the catalyst for the departures of Kelly Dodd and Braunwyn Windham-Burke, the mother-of-four explained, "I think you would know that anyone that thinks they have that kind of power on a show like this is really very misguided. Having said that, when I left the show I felt like the culture of the show was changing and it wasn't really in line with who I am or something that I felt comfortable in."
This is not the first time Dubrow and Gunvalson have teased a reunion. As OK! previously reported earlier in August, Dubrow posted a selfie to her Instagram with the 59-year-old blonde beauty alongside the caption, "Well, well, well ......"