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Dr. Terry Dubrow Reveals What Production On ‘The Real Housewives Of Orange County’ Looks Like Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Dr. Terry Dubrow opened up in a new interview what production on The Real Housewives of Orange County’s upcoming fifteenth season looks like amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite leaving RHOC a few seasons ago after wife Heather Dubrow reportedly turned down a reduced role, Terry is still connected to the show as the same production company behind it is also behind his E! reality show, Botched.

“I will tell you, the same production company that does Botched does The Real Housewives of Orange County and they’re extremely careful,” he told Page Six in a recent interview, referencing production company Evolution Media.

“They actually asked us — of course they had other experts come in — but they asked [us], as surgeons, ‘Hey, what do we do? What’s our protocol?’,” he said. “We actually helped them establish their protocol.”

“So I think Real Housewives of Orange County is going to be extremely safe because the girls will be tested frequently, they will use safety measures, and it’s by the same company that does Botched so they know how to do this,” he added.

As previously reported, production on RHOC Season 15 was put on hold at the start of the coronavirus pandemic before eventually resuming at the end of July.

The new season will welcome big changes for the franchise, with Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson no longer in the mix. Season 15 will star Kelly Dodd, Shannon Beador, Gina Kirschenheiter, Emily Simpson, Braunwyn Windham-Burke, and as TV Deets exclusively reported, new full-time Housewife Elizabeth Lyn Vargas.

The Real Housewives of Orange County will return to Bravo later this year. Botched airs Mondays on E!.

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