Thursday, September 15, 2016

Tiffany Hendra Reportedly Parts Ways with 'The Real Housewives of Dallas' as Series Gets Renewed
Tiffany Hendra has reportedly parted ways with The Real Housewives of Dallas after just one season on the show.

According to a new report, Hendra walked away from the Bravo reality series after drama broke out behind the scenes between a number of her co-stars.

“Tiffany decided to walk away from the show,” a source told Real Mr. Housewife on Tuesday. “She wasn’t fired. The show was very consuming of her time and she has other projects she is working on... In addition, Tiffany did not want to be a part of the nastiness going on with the cast right now behind the scenes, which she is sure is going to be a topic that will consume the second season.”

While Hendra didn't confirm what it was that had happened between her former co-stars, fans will surely get to see for themselves once the series returns to Bravo.

“Tiffany’s focusing on her brand, and that’s truly where her passion lies,” the source added.

As for who will be replacing Hendra on the series, a second Real Mr. Housewife report suggested there would be two new cast members brought in to join the returning members of the show, who include Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber, LeeAnne Locken and Stephanie Hollman. One of those women, the outlet revealed, was Kameron Westcott and the other cast member remains unknown.
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