‘She Needs Help!’ Shannon Beador Breaks Down In First ‘RHOC’ Season Trailer

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 10:19 a.m. ET

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Finally! After a months-long drought, the Real Housewives of Orange County is returning to TV later this summer — and season 13 will be the most dramatic yet.

As extensively reported during the show’s absence, Shannon Beador is going through a nasty divorce from estranged husband David, and fans will watch the drama unfold on camera.

“The last thing in the world I thought that I would hear is that I only care about myself!” Beador cries in the trailer.

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Later, a psychic tells the other women a friend with a name beginning in “Sh” “needs help!”

“Are you going to do a straight-jacket intervention right now?!” the mom of three screams to friend Kelly Dodd.

In better times, the ladies party in Jamaica, and Beador and on-again friend Vicki Gunvalson share a steamy kiss.

Beador even goes on a blind date with a new man!

Of course, as Radar previously reported, the slimmed-down divorcee is now dating hot new boyfriend Alex, who unfortunately will not be featured on the new season.

As Radar first revealed, new cast members Emily Moore Simpson and Gina Kirschenheiter also join the cast.

Tune in tonight, Monday, June 11 at 9 pm ET/PT for the half-hour special The Real Housewives of Orange County: How They Got Here.

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