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‘RHOC’ Alexis Bellino and Gretchen Rossi Fired: How the Decision Came About

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Alexis Bellino and Gretchen Rossi of “Real Housewives of Orange County” are rumored to be fired by the Bravo network. Is this another instance of inaccurate reports? A lot of hype revolves around “Real Housewives” cast members once their season has finished with questions raised about whether the same women will appear on the next season. According to an E! Online report, Alexis and Gretchen have been let go and will not appear on “RHOC” in season 9 — if there is another season.

“Neither will be returning for season 9,” the E! insider shared. “The feeling is both of their journeys on the show have come to an end.”

Not enough drama from Alexis and Gretchen was featured in season 8. While Bravo has yet to confirm if the two women are actually fired, so far all the reports are saying the same thing.

“Bravo is constantly looking at the casting and dynamics and it felt like time for a change,” the insider continued.

The E! source also said Bravo is looking to add more women next season on the show.

“Producers are currently meeting with new women,” the source added.

How do you feel about news of Alexis Bellino and Gretchen Rossi’s firing? Will you miss them on the next season of “RHOC”?

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