'RHOC' Preview: Eating Disorders And Divorce! What You Didn't See On Season Six!

Mon, June 20, 2011 7:14pm EDT by 1 Comment

Check out never-before-seen footage from season six of ‘The Real Housewives Of Orange County’ on tonight’s episode!

The original Real Housewives never fail to be out staged with their over-the-top lifestyles, plastic surgery, and girl fights. Season six was no disappointment with the addition of new ‘Housewives’ Peggy Tanous and Fernanda Rocha spicing up new drama while lingering feuds still raged on between Tamra Barney and Gretchen Rossi. We saw catfights, wine-throwing, and even a divorce — but check out what you didn’t see on this season of The Real Housewives of Orange County.

Monday night Bravo is showing all the juicy footage that was left out of season six in a special “Lost Footage” episode. Gretchen gets real about her struggles with bulimia that have haunted her since high school! She reveals that the pressure of her parents drove her to want to be “perfect” and still taint her body image today. Alexis Bellino talks to a therapist about her relationship with her husband being strained because of her fear of divorce. Since both their parents are divorced Alexis and her husband made a pact when they got married that “divorce was not an option.”

Divorce and eating disorders are just a few of the issues addressed in Monday night’s “Lost Footage” episode. We’re sure there will be plenty of other skeletons in the closet that surface with the rest of the girls and we can’t wait to see what wasn’t included in last season. Tell us what you think! Are you excited to see more of the Orange County Housewives?

Nicole Fukuoka

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