RHOC’s Gina Kirschenheiter Teases Season 14 Finale, Reunion Drama

Making historical past. Real Housewives of Orange County star Gina Kirschenheiter teased the present’s “exciting” season 14 finale, revealing that it’s in contrast to something followers have seen earlier than.

“I can’t spoil [anything] but I’m very excited about this [episode],” the Bravo persona, 37, informed Us Weekly solely on the 2022 CMT Music Awards on the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville on Monday, April 11. “The season finale episode is definitely going to end in a way that has never been done before on this show.”

While the upcoming reunion will likely be simply as “eventful” as viewers have come to count on from the Real Housewives franchise, the New York native revealed that lots of her costars really made peace with each other throughout taping. “I think that there was some compromise in there and I think that people will be pleasantly surprised to see that even though we argue a lot, at the end of it, [we] have a foundation and a real friendship and a bond,” she mentioned.

Gina particularly talked about her ongoing feud with Shannon Beador and their frequent arguments about being unhealthy mates to 1 one other. “I mean, I’ve known Shannon for years and years and years. We want to find common ground and improvement on our friendship,” she informed Us. “I think that that’s kind of interesting to see in the reunion, but you gotta get through it first.”

While issues should be tense between the fact star and a few of her castmates, her relationship with new boyfriend Travis Mullen has been clean crusing. “We’re just steady as it goes,” Gina mentioned of the entrepreneur, who attended the CMT Awards together with her on Monday. “We live together, we’re raising our family together and it’s just been wonderful.”

She continued: “It’s really nice to have somebody to share my life with that just really loves me and I love them and [there’s] nothing really sensational there, but that feels good.”

Gina and Travis started relationship in mid-2019 after her ex-husband Matt Kirschenheiter, was arrested for alleged home violence. The former couple, who share youngsters Nicholas, 8, Sienna, 6, and Luca, 5, break up in 2018. They briefly reconciled earlier than continuing with their divorce, which was finalized in December 2019. Six months prior, the fact star accused her now-ex of home violence, claiming that he attacked her. He was arrested in September 2019, and after many court docket delays, Matt pleaded responsible to the fees in April 2021.

Gina Kirschenheiter Season 14 Finale Is Unlike Anything in RHOC History 2 Shannon Storms Beador, Emily Simpson, Gina Kirschenheiter, Heather Dubrow, Jen Armstrong, Noella Bergener

Shannon Storms Beador, Emily Simpson, Gina Kirschenheiter, Heather Dubrow, Jen Armstrong, Noella Bergener.
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In December 2021, Gina credited her new beau with serving to her make amends with Matt following their divorce. “To have somebody say, ‘I understand you’re frustrated, but think about the bigger picture and what you really want,’ is very important, very instrumental in us being able to move [on with] stuff,” she informed Us on the time. “Like, [if] someone takes a shot, you don’t have to take the shot back. And then eventually, you just stopped taking shots at each other and then it’s better. I’m proud of that and I am so happy about that. And I am proud of myself and Matt for being able to coparent, but I do give credit to Travis for that. A lot of credit.”

Gina continued to gush over her boyfriend, including: “The fact that he is willing to be there and help me get through to the other side is really amazing. [He’s a] great person. And I really thank him for that because these are really hard things to go through and they’re really complicated and they’re really stressful and I’m very, very thankful to be on the other side of it.”

Reporting by Diana Cooper.

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