The Real Housewives of Dallas star Kameron Westcott is opening up about her spat with the show's newest cast member Dr Tiffany Moon.
Kameron told Digital Spy this week that she was on the outs with all of her returning co-stars ahead of the fifth season, but it wouldn't take long before newcomer Dr Tiffany ended up on the outs with her too.
The two initially bonded quite quickly, as Dr Tiffany shared the hard truths with the group about working on the frontlines of the pandemic this past spring.
"I got to know her before the show and I was just like right on board," Kameron told us. "I was so excited. We talked about how we're both pink-lovers and there's a lot of things in common. I was head over heels for her."
As anyone who saw this week's RHOD episode can attest, the honeymoon period didn't last long when Dr Tiffany took issue with Kameron and some of the other Housewives' reluctance to try dim sum at her home.
Dr Tiffany pointed out that billions of people around the globe regularly eat dim sum so it shouldn't seem unusual to her white castmates.
We spoke with Kameron before the dim sum argument aired this week, but she did speak more generally about a conflict with Dr Tiffany.
"She got a little testy with me throughout the season," Kameron said. "She got a little bossy, [there was] a problem of talking down to me. I was like, 'Girl. I'm your friend.' I don't understand how she feels, but I was kinda taken back by a few things throughout the season with her.
"I'm a little bit more sceptical now in my relationship with her."
On Twitter, Dr Tiffany reacted to her cast mates' objections by tweeting: "They really came for me tonight huh? well.....I know this won’t be the last time either. Sad but not surprised."
Expect more conflict between Kameron and Dr Tiffany as the weeks go by.
All seasons and every episode of The Real Housewives of Dallas are available to stream and download in the UK and Ireland on hayu and hayu on NOWTV, with new episodes on Wednesdays. Bravo airs the new season on Tuesdays.
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