Heather Dubrow could be holding an orange again.
The former "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star had a main role on the reality TV show from 2012 to 2016. In a new interview with the "Behind the Velvet Rope" podcast with David Yontef, Heather was asked if she would ever return to the Bravo mainstay.
"It's a tough question. Honestly, I would never say never," she said. "You just don't know what life is gonna throw your way or how circumstances change or what you feel like doing. I don't even know what that set of circumstances would look like."
A return to the "Housewives" franchise would look drastically different for Heather — especially given the axing last year of veterans Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson. The show is now littered with new faces.
"I was surprised when Tamra was gone from the show this year," Heather said. "I just think she is so content rich — and Vicki too — there is always something going on. They have given so much to the show. Added so much — but things need to evolve."
Despite having left the reality TV show years ago, Heather still runs in the same circles as several of the show's previous stars, likening it to a "sorority." However, one person she hopes to avoid is Kelly Dodd.
"Not because I don't like her, to be honest with you," she explained. "The reason I picked her is because I never know what I am going to get when I see her. Last year she posted some things about me that were dumb and I laughed — It wasn't a big deal. I just never know what I am going to get when I see her."
Over the past several months, Kelly has been ridiculed over her controversial comments about the coronavirus pandemic, which she's apologized for or tried to clarify.