Quarantine has left me with a deeper love for Bravo. I don’t hate it, I understand why people feel the way that they feel about the channel.
I GET why there are Bravolebrities. I am obsessed with anything Real Housewives. That franchise has everything that I never knew I needed, but the drama of it is definitely something that I do.
While I don’t agree that Teddi Mellencamp is boring, I haven’t watched all three seasons of her on the show. I know that a lot of people have said that she hasn’t been the most entertaining. Personally, I think Kyle Richards is worse. But hey, what do I know?
Andy Cohen addressed why Teddi Mellencamp was let go. Some have assumed that she’s boring and some have assumed that it’s the controversy with her All-In program.
Teddy had spoken out about leaving the show –
And Andy Cohen followed up the conversation.
“Now this there’s a whole controversy online about her business. That’s going on now. Well, well, I just want to, I want to say people are speculating that the online chatter about her business led to her dismissal. And I just want to say, because I think it’s important that one had absolutely nothing to do with the other. And I actually would have liked to see her respond to her critics on the show. I would have liked to have seen that,” he continued.
“I know nothing by the way about her business, but I will say that Jeff Lewis and team, um, I actually, I was tuning in the other day and they were talking about it. I remember them saying this, they went through the all-in program and they did not have bad things to say about it. She, they, I think they said they were hungry, but, um, he said that that, that program taught him how to order food in restaurants. And so anyway, listen, listen to the clip of Jeff talking about the program. So I don’t know, I’ve never done it. I don’t know anything about it. Um, but I did just want to clear that up. And of course I wish her well and I like, I liked that announcement.”
While we’ll all never know the entire story, we do wish Teddi well.