Viewers of the Bravo reality series The Real Housewives of Orange County
can expect a new face on the show come Tuesday, December 11.
According to a network press release, Quinn Fry, an internet marketing manager and managing editor of an entertainment website based in Orange County, is set to begin appearing on the show next week. Unlike the other housewives, whose main concerns are their marriages and families, Quinn is worried about juggling all the men in her life. At present, she is seeing both a 40-year-old and 26-year-old, a dating experience that she enjoys despite having her hands full.
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"I generally date younger men," Quinn Fry said. "I've never been called a cougar because I don't think they think I am one…they think I'm closer to their age."
She also said that she's not about to commit to just one man, as “there's too much variety out there.
In order to welcome Quinn Fry, she and the other ladies meet for drinks. As Fry officially becomes part of the group, the other women throw her a variety of questions. She is somewhat overwhelmed by the inquisition, but the women are the ones who get a shock when Quinn's date – 26-year-old Jared – arrives.
Aside from juggling her dates, Fry also spends a good amount of time running her website, a job that requires her to constantly be in-the-know about the latest happening in and around town. She is also busy taking care of her two children, Shannon and Colin, the products of a marriage that ended nearly 14 years ago.
Fry is not the only new housewife on The Real Housewives of Orange County
. When the third season of the show premiered last month, Tamra Barney, a real estate agent who lives in Ladera Ranch with her second husband and four children, was introduced as a replacement for Jo De La Rosa
. After appearing in the first two seasons, De La Rosa relocated to Los Angeles in order to pursue her singing career. The network has ordered a pilot for a reality dating series featuring De La Rosa. The pilot will be shot this month.
The Real Housewives of Orange County
airs Tuesday nights at 10pm on Bravo.
-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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