REAL Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge has revealed her "concern" for the hit reality series since her exit.
The TV personality, 52, spoke candidly about the show she was fired from this year, after becoming a firm fans' favourite from her arrival in Season Three.
Tamra's entry in 2007 as the latest housewives came hot on the heels of close pal Vicki Gunvalson the season before, and they remain super close as Series 14 airs now.
Yet she thinks lack of recognisable stars may well spark the Bravo series' comedown.
In a chat with Kelly Dillon on her podcast, Tamra said of the show that made her famous: "It has changed so much.
"It’s so different now, we’ve had so many cast members that didn’t work out.
"It’s hard for the viewers too. They’re not really invested."
To conclude her bleak forecast, she added: "That’s my concern for the show right now.
"There’s a lot of new people on the show. A lot."?
The Sun previously reported executives attempted to demote Tamra on RHOC because her salary was too high.
The insider said: “She was making too much money after so many seasons. It wasn’t worth it to them anymore to keep her full-time.”
Yet Tamra, who refused a part time contract on the next RHOC series and was subsequently sacked, has her sights set on a fresh project.
The US Sun was first to reveal she has scooped a real estate license and moving on with a new career change.
We can exclusively reveal her real estate status is “licensed,” according to the State Of California Department of Real Estate.
Tamra’s license expires on February 13, 2024 but although Tamra, 52, is now a licensed agent, she has not been employed with a broker company.
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