Dorinda Medley slams Vicki Gunvalson for insulting her home on Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip

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Saying her piece: Dorinda Medley, 57, shot back at her Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip co-star Vicki Gunvalson, 60, in an interview with DailyMailTV senior correspondent Alicia Quarles on Wednesday

They publicly feuded ahead of the release of Season 2 of Peacock’s The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.

And Dorinda Medley delved into her troubles with her costar Vicki Gunvalson during a chat with DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Alicia Quarles on Wednesday.

The 57-year-old Real Housewives Of New York City star slammed back at 60-year-old Vicki for beating up her country estate, Blue Stone Manor, where the women for the forthcoming reality spin-off were filmed.

Saying her piece: Dorinda Medley, 57, shot back at her Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip co-star Vicki Gunvalson, 60, in an interview with DailyMailTV senior correspondent Alicia Quarles on Wednesday

Saying her piece: Dorinda Medley, 57, shot back at her Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip co-star Vicki Gunvalson, 60, in an interview with DailyMailTV senior correspondent Alicia Quarles on Wednesday

After Alicia addressed her issues with Vicki, Dorinda clarified, “I didn’t start it.”

The reality star, who previously shaded her co-star by complaining on SiriusXM that people who “have no taste” can’t “understand” taste, wouldn’t take insults for her beloved Berkshire property.

Vicki had said she was bored [her] mind’ while staying at the ‘old’ house for over a week to film the reality series.

“I think you have to be careful opening Pandora’s box and you can’t offend Blue Stone Manor,” she said, adding, “How could I not clap back?”

Battle words: Vicki (seen in NYC on Tuesday) has previously described Dorinda's Berkshires estate Blue Stone Manor as

Battle words: Vicki (seen in NYC on Tuesday) has previously described Dorinda’s Berkshires estate Blue Stone Manor as “old” and “in the middle of nowhere”.

Playing Defense:

Playing Defense: “I didn’t start,” Dorinda clarified the feud. “I think you have to be careful opening Pandora’s box and you can’t offend Blue Stone Manor,” she said, adding, “How could I not clap back?”

Earlier this week, Vicki accused Dorinda of being an “absolute liar” after claiming she was ignoring “hundreds and hundreds of texts” from Vicki.

“I don’t have time to text anyone 100 times. Don’t flatter yourself @dorindamedley,” Gunvalson claimed in an Instagram comment.

“I have every text and there is NOT 100. Go ahead girl,” she added in a separate comment.

Dorinda previously dismissed her co-star’s complaints about the shooting at the estate.

“Now, listen, this is a girl who thinks it’s fun to dance on dirty tables in a bar in Puerto Vallarta, whatever that place is called,” she said.

Ouch: The reality star previously shadowed Vicki by complaining on SiriusXM that people who

Ouch: The reality star previously shadowed Vicki by complaining on SiriusXM that people who “have no taste” can’t “understand taste”; seen on SiriusXM

Right in the middle: Elsewhere, the Real Housewives veteran noted that filming season two was more complicated because the crew lined up at her home well in advance

Right in the middle: Elsewhere, the Real Housewives veteran noted that filming season two was more complicated because the crew lined up at her home well in advance

Elsewhere in her DailyMailTV interview, Dorinda noted how much more involved filming at Blue Stone Manor was than the previous season of her flagship series, which is being completely remade.

‘If we [filmed for] Bravo, they showed up the day before, you know, lit the cameras. Four or five cameramen will come,” she explained. “It started a week ago. We had drone stations and command stations and portable potties.”

She added that having the other real housewives in her house for more than a week was “nerve-wracking.”

“I don’t think I really, really fully understand what it’s like to house eight or seven women for eight days,” she shared, since the women, who come from several different Real Housewives franchises, were initially just be there for four days.

“Once you go through those gates and up the hill, you’re locked in,” she said, explaining that the isolation inspired her producers. “They say, ‘why would we leave this place where we can film these girls morning, noon and night?’

Big investment:

Big investment: “I don’t think I really, really fully understand what it’s like to host eight or seven women for eight days,” she shared

Dorinda noted that she’s made unexpected friendships with Phaedra Parks and Eva Marcille, both stars of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.

She ended the light-hearted interview by promising that longtime Housewives fans can expect a lot of what initially drew her to the franchises in the spin-off’s new season, describing it as “old-school housewives.”

Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club premieres Thursday, June 23 on NBC’s streaming platform Peacock.

Coming Soon: Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club premieres Thursday, June 23 on NBC's streaming platform Peacock

Coming Soon: Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club premieres Thursday, June 23 on NBC’s streaming platform Peacock

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