Dorinda Medley Dishes About Her Rumored Spat With Vicki Gunvalson Over Vaccines

At this point, Peacock TV has practically become a wish-granting machine for the entire "Real Housewives" fan base. When "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" was first announced, fans were thrilled to be able to watch a mash-up of their favorite OG housewives stranded in a luxurious island villa together, per Bravo TV. Season 1 did not disappoint, and viewers were sad to see it go. But then Peacock TV came through yet again — this time with a "Real Housewives" concept that would take place in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, according to Screen Rant.

Cosmopolitan reported that Season 2 of "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" will feature a new roundup of iconic OG housewives, all of whom have left their franchises: Phaedra Parks, Jill Zarin, Vicki Gunvalson, Brandi Glanville, Tamra Judge, Taylor Armstrong, Eva Marcille, and the queen of the Blue Stone Manor herself, Dorinda Medley. Any "Real Housewives" viewer is sure to be excited by that lineup of names alone! Each one of these ladies has stirred up her fair share of drama in the past, and none of them are afraid to speak their minds — so you can only imagine what it's like to get them all together! And for those who have watched Medley and Gunvalson for years, the fact that they got into it over vaccines will probably come as no surprise.

Dorinda Medley made her views on vaccines clear

While fans have thus far just gotten teasers and Instagram selfies about "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" Season 2, anticipation is at an all-time high. Speculation is rampant as to what goes on, and viewers already know that a fight breaks out between Vicki Gunvalson and Dorinda Medley over vaccines. The spat in question was first mentioned when an insider spilled the tea to Page Six in September 2021. "[Vicki] wouldn't stop fighting about the shot and really got into it with Dorinda. Vicki told Dorinda that everyone who got the vaccine is going to die," the insider revealed. Naturally, Gunvalson shared her own side of the story with the outlet as well. "I told [Dorinda] it's political and she didn't agree and if it's not political then why is the government mandating it? [Dorinda] has her opinions and I respect it, I just didn't think she respected my opinion," Gunvalson explained.

Because she's never one to hold her tongue, Medley also vented to Page Six about her spat with Gunvalson. "You know I like to be clear on my views. Especially after a couple martinis, I get very clear," the trip host said, about sharing her thoughts. She added, "For me, it was [about] science...You can't be flip about it... [I had to] just jump and believe in science — not all the noise."