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Taking Sides! 'RHOC' Cast TORN APART In Nastiest Off-Screen Feud EVER

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The war between Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge has torn apart the cast of Real Housewives of Orange County, has learned, as the women are being forced to choose sides or else!

That includes newbies Lydia McLaughlin, 36, and Peggy Sulahian.

Though both women showed up for Gunvalson’s recent 55th birthday party, a source close to production insisted that McLaughlin is secretly Team Tamra.

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“Lydia is trying to make it like she and Vicki are cool, but a lot of people think that the only reason she is cool with Vicki is because she wants to report back to Tamra,” an insider told Radar. “Some of the girls don't really trust her and are wondering why Bravo brought her back on, anyways.”

Last season ended with Gunvalson, 55, Kelly Dodd, 42, and former RHOC star, Gretchen Rossi, 38, in an alliance against Judge, 49, Shannon Beador, 53, and Heather Dubrow, 48.

But after losing Dubrow, it seems that Judge’s pals recruited Meghan King Edmonds, as the triad were just all out shopping together!

Tamra Judge

“It’s interesting that Meghan seems to be on Tamra’s side now, especially considering she said that she was going to be leaving the O.C.,” the source told Radar. “Maybe it's a desperate move to get back on the show!”

Do you think that this will be the last season for Vicki Gunvalson, or will Tamra Judge be getting the boot? Tell us your thoughts below.

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