Teddi Mellencamp Reportedly Fired from ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ | lovebscott.com

Teddi Mellencamp Reportedly Fired from ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ is preparing to lose another Housewife.

Teddi Mellencamp has reportedly been fired from the show after three seasons.

via Page Six:

“The network has not been impressed with her performance on the show,” an insider told the outlet. “They considered cutting her last season but gave her one last chance.”

The insider added, “She is boring and stale and does not offer anything to the franchise with her robotic and staged delivery when interacting with the other cast members. The issue is, the other cast members don’t particularly like her and beyond Kyle [Richards], no one is friends with her.”

Mellencamp, 39, joined the show in 2017 and struggled to fit in with the women. She found her footing with her close relationship with Richards this past season, but it seems that was not enough to save her diamond.

Her storyline this season revolved around her pregnancy with daughter Dove. The mom of three also dropped the bombshell that Brandi Glanville told her and Kyle about Glanville’s alleged affair with Denise Richards. Denise is also leaving the show.

Mellencamp has found herself under social media scrutiny in the past week after multiple women came forward with allegations against her All In accountability program that she promoted on Bravo.

Former participants say the program restricted them to just 500 calories a day and required an hour of cardiovascular activity and a signed NDA.

Mellencamp took to Instagram to defend the program and told Page Six: “We realize that social media is a blessing and a curse, and it can bring out the best in people and the worst. We have so many fabulous friends and fans on social, but there are also detractors, and there will always be people who want to feel better by making other people feel worse. That makes me sad, but it’s the way it is.”

“I decided to start All In when so many of my Instagram followers started reaching out and wanted to achieve the same level of accountability, I had found for myself,” she concluded. “I realized this in fact is my purpose and what I love doing. Helping others feel their best.”

Bravo declined to comment.

A rep for Mellencamp did not immediately get back to us.

Will you be sad to see Teddi go?

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