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‘Real Housewives of Orange County’ Vicki Gunvalson Tries Changing Her Man



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On the June 12 episode of “Real Housewives of Orange County,” Vicki Gunvalson tries changing her man — in a superficial kind of a way. Vicki is tired of everyone judging her boyfriend, Brooks Ayers. She’s ready to make him look more like he belongs in Orange County….starting with his teeth! He has one missing tooth and it’s driving her crazy.

“Vicki wants you to look the part as an Orange County resident,” Vicki’s dentist tells Brooks on the next episode of “Real Housewives of Orange County.”

Vicki is ready to show everyone how well the man her daughter, Briana, calls a “deadbeat dad,” can fit into the glamorous lifestyle they all lead.

“It’s humpty dumpty putting back together again!” Vicki said.

Vicki Gunvalson has been warned by the women on the show that they think Brooks is with her mostly for the money. She claims to be very happy with him and wish people would see how good he for her.

“I really can’t handle any more attacks on Brooks,” Gunvalson said. “Does everybody want me to break up with him? Will that make everybody happy? And then I’ll be sad.”

Vicki said she accepts Brooks for everything despite his flaws. That’s a statement that will take time to believe. Does she really accept him for everything if she’s making a big deal out of a tooth? To be fair, the man does have a large gap in his front teeth, so it’s understandable to a point.

Watch the June 12 episode of “Real Housewives of Orange County” Tuesday night on BRAVO at 9 p.m., ET.

 

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