Ranking The Real Housewives Of The OC Season 12 Taglines

The Real Housewives Of Orange County return in just a few days. Based on the trailer, it’s going to be another epic season of fighting and shifting alliances. Ahead of the Season 12 premiere, the taglines for the ladies have been revealed. Next to the reunion, my favorite part of any season.

Peggy Sulahian delivers what I feel is a very basic cookie cutter one. Not surprising given that she’s a newcomer to the franchise. Also penning an underwhelming line is Vicki Gunvalson. I expected more from the OG of the OC. Her past tank-related ones were my favorites.

Meghan King Edmonds and Lydia McLaughlin have never really been my favorites on the show, but they crafted the best ones of the bunch. To be fair, the batch as a whole, isn’t the strongest I’ve seen. McLaughlin’s is so uniquely her and on brand.

Check out my ranking of the RHOC Season 12 taglines below. RHOC returns on July 10.

The Real Housewives Of The OC Season 12 Taglines Ranked

7. Peggy Sulahian: I’m living the American dream one sports car at a time.

6. Kelly Dodd: If I want your opinion I’ll give it to you.

5. Vicki Gunvalson: I go big or go home and I am not going home.

4. Tamra Judge: I’m pint-sized, baptized, and highly prized.

3. Shannon Beador: The truth is organic, but lies are just artificial.

2. Meghan King Edmonds: I can handle a baby and women who act like one.

1. Lydia McLaughlin: If you can’t take my sparkle then stay off my rainbow.

RHOC: The Official Season 12 Taglines Revealed

RHOC: The Official Season 12 Trailer

This season, things are looking up in Vicki’s life– her relationship with new beau Steve is getting serious, her business is expanding and she finally has her daughter Briana and grandbabies back in the OC. Except, Vicki and Tamra still find themselves at a major crossroads in their decade long friendship. Tamra, still filled with anger and resentment from last season’s accusations, struggles to find forgiveness. Her feud with the OG of the OC has pushed her even closer to God as she reconnects with her old friend Lydia over bible study. Back into the fold, Lydia tries to reclaim her title of “Friendship Whisperer” by attempting to mend fences with Vicki and Tamra, but quickly realizes that being Switzerland will be easier said than done.

The residual stress from last year’s bus ride from hell leaves Shannon in a vulnerable state as she tries to refocus her energy on getting into shape, keeping the spark alive in her marriage and caring for the newest member of the Beador clan, dog Archie. New mom Meghan finds motherhood rewarding but difficult as she struggles with lack of sleep, post-partum hormones and Jimmy being an overbearing father. Meanwhile, for Kelly, her marriage to Michael is still complicated, but when Tamra and Shannon befriend her, it makes everyone around her question what her motives are.