Tamra Judge Reveals She Doesn't Want Any 'New Girls' On 'RHOC'

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Oct. 17 2018, Updated 4:24 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge has made one thing clear about the show: "No more new girls!" Read on to find out why she feels this way.

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She sat down with AOL exclusively earlier this week to talk about season 13, her husband Eddie and thoughts on her fellow RHOC costars.

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The 51-year-old is optimistic regarding her husband's heart problems, which has been well documented on and off the show.  She revealed that he hasn't had any symptoms since his most recent ablation, which is a first for him given that he's undergone seven heart procedures in the past year.

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Tamra also spoke about her tumultuous friendship with OG housewife Vicki Gunvalson and how she's happy its back to being great again. "There was less stress going into the season with good relationships," she said.

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She also alluded to her not being friends with one of the new girls, Emily Simpson, anymore during the interview (Emily did the same as well recently). "When new people come in, I always like them until I don’t like them," she said. "Shannon (Beador) is the opposite. I wouldn’t say I was best friends with either Emily Simpson or Gina Kirschenheiter, but I went in knowing them and was friendly with them. I still like Gina!"

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Tamra's explained her reasons for why she hopes the cast for next season stays the same. "It takes a while for the viewers to get to know them, we have to go through their whole family history ... No more new girls!"

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Do you agree with Tamra's views? Sound off in the comments. 


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