“I’ve always thought about quitting the show and I thought, you know, when the scale gets more dysfunction and more sadness than happy, I’m off,” Gunvalson said.
“That teeter totter really gets pushed sometimes, but I like it. I like the drama. I like the craziness. I like to juggle a lot of things at once. I was told if you want a big life you’ll have big problems and if you want a small life, you’ll have small problems. I’m a big life kind of girl,” Vicki Gunvalson dished on leaving “RHOC.”
Meanwhile, Vicki’s drama level has been through the roof lately as her on again, off again boyfriend, Brooks Ayers was recorded saying he wanted to beat her, and then was accused of hiring a hit on her business partner.
“I have learned a lot about relationships in my lifetime and what I do know is my checkbook is guarded, my heart is guarded, my mind is guarded and it’s going to be a very long time before I am walking down that aisle again (if ever),” Gunvalson revealed of her personal life.
What are your thoughts on Vicki Gunvalson’s comments on leaving “RHOC?” Do you think that she’d ever quit the “Real Housewives of Orange County” for good?