Former Bravo Braunwyn Windham-Burke was desperate for a little attention after being fired from Real Housewives of Orange County.
Over the weekend, Braunwyn decided to put on a floor-length see-through rainbow dress to an Orange County gay bar called Strut.
For some magical reason, paparazzi were waiting outside the venue which is over an hour outside of Hollywood. In the past, Braunwyn has been accused of calling cameraman and telling them where she will be.
Her former costars believe she had a problem with fame and will do anything to feel that rush. She arrived to the club and had no problem posing for a series of photos while others waited in line behind her.
Braunwyn’s husband Sean was nowhere to be seen in the snaps. The Pride party comes after the now-unemployed reality star revealed she’s dating former a RHOC alum named Fernanda Rocha.
She told E!, "We have been hanging out. We are close and she's been an amazing support to me. I'm glad I met her. I will say this: There have been some rumors about when we went from being friends to a little bit more than friends.”
“It was after she got divorced so there's nothing salacious like that happening. We've been hanging out for awhile. We didn't become more than friends until recently. She's definitely special,” she revealed.
As Radar previously reported, earlier this month, Bravo announced they had fired Braunwyn along with Kelly Dodd and Elizabeth Vargas. The decision did not surprise anyone with many hoping firings would have happened sooner.
Fans have been bored with the drama on the reality show. The criticism for Braunwyn was many believed she was trying way too hard to stand out. On the show, she talked about her struggles with drinking, was accused of offering a drug dealer’s number to a minor, and even came out as a lesbian.
Following the network’s announcement, Dodd came out swinging on social media. She leaked screenshots of her text conversation with Braunwyn. Dodd accused her costar of being the reason they got fired.
She said Braunwyn’s “wokeness” and accusations of racism left Bravo no choice but to let them go.
Fans have been unmoved by the two and seem pleased with the casting decision to replace the three women with Heather Dubrow.