Watch: Tamra Judge Blows Up At Bestie Shannon Beador Over Her Selfish Behavior

Things got seriously heated between Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador on Monday night’s explosive episode of Real Housewives of Orange County. It was particularly shocking coming off last week’s dramatic episode when Shannon was reeling from a bitter divorce battle with her husband David. The newest episode found her still embroiled in drama, but this time it was with her best friend.

It all started at Vicki Gunvalson’s golf-themed birthday party when the women gathered together for a day of drinking and games. Clearly they all had quite a bit to drink because old wounds were brought up, which brought Tamra and Shannon head to head. Gina Kirschenheiter first accused Shannon of projecting her marriage problems on Emily Simpson in a previous conversation and therefore making “every situation about her.”

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Shannon was appalled at the accusation and looked to Tamra to defend her, only to find out that Tamra seemed to be against her as well. All the women ganged up on Shannon, and she had to fight back. She went as far to say, “What’s upsetting to me is that I have enough s**t going on in my life, and they’re f**king drawing me into their drama.” Tamra said, “Because you made a comment.”

Shannon then acknowledged that coming off her own relationship drama, she may have overstepped, but said that she also owned up to that at the time. “When the topic was brought up, I made a comment. I own it, and I said later on that I shouldn’t be projecting my marriage onto her.”

Tamra Judge

But Tamra was not backing down. She told her friend, “When someone talks about your husband, it’s f**king hurtful.” Shannon ended up storming away from her friends, alone.

Do you think Tamra and Shannon can come back from this blow-up? Sound off in the comments!


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