Two (new) Ts in a pod!
Tamra Judge expressed her delight in the news that Taylor Armstrong would join Season 17 of The Real Housewives of Orange County as a friend.
Armstrong then retweeted Judge, writing, Here we gooooooooo!!!
Armstrong, 51, will become the first Housewife to change cities within the Bravo franchise earlier Monday.
Taylor Armstrong has come a long way since she last appeared on our screens. In an Instagram post, the network encouraged followers to join the cast of Season 17 of #RHOC.
After marrying John Bluherin in April 2014, Armstrong moved to Orange County, Calif.
She was a member of the original Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast and held a diamond for three seasons from 2010 until 2013.
The author of Hiding From Reality forged a friendship with Judge throughout her reality television comeback on The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club, which just finished airing on Peacock.
In July, Page Six exclusively broke the news that the co-host of the Two Ts in a Pod podcast will return to RHOC.She was previously fired in January 2020 after 11 seasons on the program.
Tamra was so enthused to return to the show, especially after feeling the fan support she received from her stint on the Ultimate Girls Trip, according to a source.
She is eager to get back in the mix on RHOC and see how she can change the structure.
Heather Dubrow, who made history when she rejoined the cast after a five-season hiatus, will be filming the next installment of Orange County. Shannon Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, and Emily Simpson will continue to star in the original Housewives series, which premiered in 2006.
Noella Bergener and Dr. Jen Armstrong, who had just joined the show in September, were revealed as Season 16 newbies.
Season 17 production of RHOC is currently underway. A complete cast or premiere date has yet to be announced.