Reality star Tamra Judge does not see herself back at Bravo TV any time soon and is instead "focusing on the future" while not looking back on the past.
During a Q&A session with her fans recently on her Insta Stories, Tamra Judge was asked whether she was making a return to television, and she said yes.
"Are you coming back to TV?" one fan asked, and she replied, "Yep," alongside a thumb's up emoji. Alongside her comment was an image of Judge posing with her former co-stars Vicki Gunvalson and Shannon Beador.
The ladies posed together while sitting at the back of a black SUV and were all smiles. One other fan stated, "Can't wait to see you and Heather on (while sharing a peach emoji).
To which Judge responded, "Sorry. Not happening! Concentrating on the future, not the past," she said over a selfie in front of the mirror.
The California native previously disclosed that she was open to the idea of making a return. Speaking to US Weekly in January, Judge said:
“It’s not one of those things where I’m like ‘Yeah, I’m dying to go back. And it depends on the cast. If it’s a good cast, then yeah.”
She also noted that if it is the opposite, it could be challenging and not make the entire experience fun, which would not be worth the stress.
Judge revealed she was leaving "RHOC" after 12 seasons last year. The 54-year-old first appeared on the long-running reality show since its third season in 2007.
BEING A HOUSEWIVE
She is the longest-running full-time original cast member in Housewives history. At the time of her departure, Judge described her overall experience on the series as a wild ride and that after filming her life on TV, she was looking forward to life away from the cameras.
The mom of four told People that she was offered an opportunity to make a comeback in a limited role but shared she preferred to leave on her terms.
THE NITTY GRITTY
Following her exit, the entrepreneur revealed that she was offered $200,000 for three episodes before quitting, but she declined the offer.
Months later, she divulged her plans to join another franchise during an appearance on the "Behind the Velvet Rope With David Yontef" podcast. Judge said she would like to join the "Real Housewives of New York City."