Emily Simpson Shades Jen & Noella, Talks Heather Drama

RHOC: Emily Simpson highlights Dr.  Jen Armstrong som

This season Real housewives in Orange County, Emily Simpson is apparently another person. Viewers fall in love with her new spirit and energy.

In a recent episode, the Bravo star got loose for a party and took more pictures. During the evening she asked Dr. Jennifer Armstrongprevious relationships.

In an interview with ET, Emily explained why she cross-examined Jen, who dated a billionaire (who later sued her).

“Do you know where it came from?” said Emily. Jen always likes to give Noella [Bergener] a hard time meeting her husband at SeekingArrangements.com. And I just find it hypocritical … because I know [Jennifer] dated this guy and i think he’s an older guy he was married. I mean, he sued her and won a verdict against her for a lot of money. For me, I do not know, I just wanted to dig in there. ”

Emily then addressed the Noella / Heather drama: “I do not really understand it. I know Noella thinks she saw something [happen at Heather’s house] but that’s the part I do not understand, for she contradicts herself much. She says, ‘I saw it.’ Then she says, ‘No, I’ve heard that. No, someone told me. No, I saw it. ‘ … When you tell the truth, you do not contradict yourself over and over again. ”

According to Emily, Noella originally acted as a “fangirl” to Heather. It was “not normal,” she said, “not how you would act if you were just out eating lunch with friends. I mean, she was very much like, ‘I can not believe I’m sitting next to Heather Dubrow! ‘ “There is another time in the season when she says strange things about Heather and calls Heather her hero. I do not know, it’s all very bizarre to me.”

The star also talked about the dramatic argument when Heather accused Noella of giving her daughter pornography. “Yeah … it’s a good dinner scene,” she said. “I remember I was right in there … and I was trying to make Noella make sense. I never think it’s going to happen.”

Emily then explained her beef with Shannon at the beginning of the season, when Gina and Emily reiterated a rumor (about a lawsuit regarding Dr. Terry Dubrow), which Shannon shared outside the camera.

“That’s how it looks in the episode, like she’s telling us something outside the camera, and as soon as we found out and we were with Heather, we just ran and told it to Heather. That was not what happened. , “Said Emily.” I want to make a timeline, and I want to show up for the reunion, and I want to tell you what happened, and people, I think, want a better understanding of why Gina and I – or in reality, it was Gina, but of course there was, and I knew she did – but why did it happen that way. “

She said there are “pieces of this puzzle that are missing … There were phone calls that took place that were not on camera. There were texts that were … there is just more to this story.”

“My gut feeling and based on what I know … [Shannon] knew it would come up, ”Emily said. ‘Because she does things that make it show up. She’s been on this show for eight years now, she knows you can not shut down a camera and so drunk tell people things and then think that at no point in the rest of the four months of recordings that it never going to get up. ”

In another episode, Shannon reacted negatively to Emily’s claim that Shannon was jealous of Heather and Gina’s friendship. Shannon also told ET that it was “ridiculous.”

Emily addressed this reaction, saying, “When she’s as extreme as, ‘It’s ridiculous, I would never believe it!’ then it just makes me think, I feel like you’re overreacting a little bit. ” In the interview, Emily mimicked Shannon’s voice and immediately thought better of it.

“She’s not going to be happy about it,” Emily said. “But it’s imitation as a kind of flattery, right?”

The star then expressed: “I think there might be a little bit of jealousy there just because Shannon suffers from FOMO. She really always wants to know what everyone else is doing and why she was not invited.”

Image credit: Tommy Garcia / Bravo

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