THE BLING FLIES IN 'THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY REUNION: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS' AIRING TUESDAY, MARCH 20 AT 10 P.M.
Bravo Programming Executive Andy Cohen To Host One-Hour Special
NEW YORK � March 5, 2007 - Due to the popularity and overwhelming drama of the second season of Bravo's hit reality drama series "The Real Housewives of Orange County," a special reunion episode has been added to the schedule airing Tuesday, March 20 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. The special will feature new interviews with "housewives" Jo De La Rosa, Vicki Gunvalson, Jeana Keough, Tammy Knickerbocker and Lauri Waring, along with their kids Michael and Brianna Gunvalson, Shane and Kara Keough, Lindsey Knickerbocker and Ashley Waring.
Hosted by Bravo's Senior Vice President of Programming Production, Andy Cohen, who also hosts BravoTV.com's weekly broadband series "Watch What Happens," the 'housewives' and their kids get together to dish on some of the more dramatic and sensational events from the second season and reflect on how their lives have been impacted by the series in this one-hour special. They will address unanswered questions raised from the series and from viewers on BravoTV.com. How is the planning going for Lauri and George's wedding? What is the status of Jo and Slade's relationship, and Jo's music career? How do the husbands and kids feel about how they were portrayed on the show? What were some of the more embarrassing moments for the ladies?
Season two of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" was produced by Evolution Film & Tape Inc., with partners Douglas Ross, Gregory Stewart, Kathleen French and Dean Minerd serving as executive producers. Series creator and Orange County resident Scott Dunlop also returns for the second season as executive producer.
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