Well, I guess we now know that there will be a third season of Real Housewives of Dallas.
But that's really the least of it with the news that Season 1 cast member Tiffany Hendra used Facebook as a warning about the franchise. Hendra went hard in the paint upon being notified via texts and "seeing FB posts" about "Bravo casting looking for new women" to join the third season of Real Housewives of Dallas.
"Bravo is a bottom feeder," she wrote, er, sniped, at the network on which the show airs.
Then she takes executive producer Andy Cohen to task, writing that "he's laughing at these women as he's purchasing his next piece of NY real estate."
Even her former cast mates don't get off easy: "You are paid to fight. Period."
And the fans? Well, they got it, too: "If you get sucked in and celebrate watching other women in turmoil and drama, then you need to go get a life. Seriously."
To Hendra's credit, according to irealhousewives.com, she answered comments and questions on Twitter after fans got wind of her Facebook post. She also stood by her words, even answering one fan's derision with "I take it as a compliment that I was a 'flop' bc [sic] I stand for supporting women & unity."
(Alas, all those posts are nowhere to be found now on either social media platform.)
That begs another question: Did he forget to invite Hendra?