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‘RHOC’ Bombshell: Is Vicki Gunvalson Quitting After Dropping F-Bomb On The Reunion?

RHOC Reunion Vicki Gunvalson Not Quitting Show

Nov. 16 2017, Updated 2:28 p.m. ET

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Is the OG from the OC done?

Vicki Gunvalson stormed off the set of the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion show yelling “I’m off this damn show,” but a snitch told RadarOnline.com exclusively that she was not going anywhere.

The sneak peek of the show aired footage of an angry Tamra Judge yelling “Are you f**king kidding me?” and Gunvalson said: “You f**king a**holes!” while fleeing the set in her gown.

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Cameras followed her into the dressing room where she said: “I’m off this damn show!”

Despite the fighting with Judge, Shannon Beador and Kelly Dodd throughout the season, the insider told RadarOnline.com that Gunvalson was staying put.

“Vicki is not quitting the show.”

The reunion show clip seemed to show an ugly exchange between Gunvalson and Judge.

“Are you f**king kidding me? It was the most staged bullsh*t,” Judge yelled and Gunvalson responded: “That doesn’t look good on you, Tamra,” and Judge hit back, saying: “Nothing looks good on you.”

The fight was intense, but not a deal breaker. “The reunion was super stressful, but Vicki is never going to let those women force her to quit,” the source told RadarOnline.com. “Never!”

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