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Back So Soon? Heather Dubrow Gets Secret 'RHOC' Offer From Bravo

Apr. 3 2017, Published 10:46 a.m. ET

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Heather Dubrow just made a new scripted television series debut, but has exclusively learned that the door is always open for the former Real Housewives of Orange County star to return to reality TV!

Although the 48-year-old mother of four made her Freeform sitcom debut on Young & Hungry, a source close to production for Bravo told Radar that the network had offered her a contract that would have allowed her to do both.

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According to the source, “Bravo offered Heather a friend role for this upcoming season of RHOC and she declined.”

“Her contract was different than the other housewives, because the other ladies are under a contract that forbids them from working on other projects while on RHOC,” said the source.

“But because Heather was involved in other productions all along, she had a different contract with Bravo.”

As Radar previously reported, Dubrow’s shocking exit from the O.C. this January came after an intense season where she was forced to choose sides between warring castmates Vicki Gunvalson, 55, and Tamra Judge, 48.

Now, “Heather seem to see herself as being above all that drama, like she is bigger than RHOC,” the insider claimed.

“She always bragged about how she didn’t need to be on RHOC and told the other cast mates that the only reason she was on it was because she hoped it would launch her into acting work. And she was right!”

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