The Real Housewives of Toronto wraps up season 1 tonight with a sure-to-be epic finale but the drama isn’t just out of control in front of the cameras. According to multiple sources close to production, Kara Alloway is bringing the drama behind-the-scenes and feels that her co-stars are “beneath” her following their season-long feud over behaviour and etiquette.
Kara has spent much of RHOT season 1 telling the other Housewives what they should and shouldn’t be able to do and according to our sources, things aren’t much different behind-the-scenes. On last week’s episode, Jana Webb, Grego Minot, and Ann Kaplan Mulholland confronted Kara over her inappropriate treatment of Joan Kelley Walker and despite the show being filmed months ago, Kara seemingly hasn’t moved on.
“Kara is causing a lot of issues with the other women still to this day,” a source tells TV Deets exclusively. “She hasn’t forgotten the confrontation at The Spoke Club and really feels like the other ladies are beneath her, at this point.”
RHOT hasn’t yet been greenlit for a second season but if it is, Kara is expecting to get her way when it comes to casting and editing. “She is really causing a headache for production. She thinks that Jana and Grego were totally out of line for confronting her and doesn’t want them returning for season 2,” a separate source confirms. “She even thinks they’ll give her a nicer edit next season, which is laughable.”
The RHOT ladies aren’t getting the chance to hash things out like some of the other Housewives cities as season 1 will not conclude with a reunion episode, we’ve learned. “The women really do have a lot to say to Kara,” continues our source. “Especially Roxy [Earle]. She is really disappointed in how Kara has treated her and the rest of the group.”
Kara is clearly this season’s villain and while we too are confused by her behaviour, we really think all of the women could play an important role on a second season. They all bring something to the table and Kara demanding that certain women be fired truly is out of hand. Hopefully someone serves her a nice, big plate of humble pie and she realizes that without all of the women, RHOT wouldn’t have been the success that it currently is.
The Real Housewives of Toronto airs TONIGHT at 10pm ET on Slice.