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OG Housewives Battle! Vicki Gunvalson Responds To Ramona Singer's ‘RHOC’ Diss

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Nov. 6 2018, Updated 2:46 p.m. ET

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An OG Real Housewives battle is brewing between RHOC's Vicki Gunvalson and RHONY's Ramona Singer. Read on to see what's going on between these two.

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Ramona made a cheeky dig about Vicki and RHOC during the 2018 Real Housewives Awards that took place last week.

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Andy Cohen read her comment to Vicki and actress Leslie Grossman on the most recent episode of Watch What Happens Live. “The New York Housewives put Bravo and the Housewives on the map.” Oh snap!

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Vicki refused to have any of that from Ramona and quickly said "Oh no she just didn't! I gotta adjust my crown."

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The "OG of the OC" then reminded Ramona and everyone else that she factually is the longest running housewife from any franchise. "I started it 14 years ago!", she exclaimed with the audience cheering in the background.

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Vicki, along with Jeana Keough, Lauri Waring, Kimberly Bryant and Jo De La Rosa were part of the first ever season of any Real Housewives franchises way back in 2006 in Orange County. New York City was 2nd in 2008 with many other cities to come after including Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Dallas, Potomac, New Jersey and Miami.

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Are you team Vicki or team Ramona? Sound off in the comments! 

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