In the case that your invitation got lost in the mail, you should know that Real Housewives of Orange County stars Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge got married recently. This makes the third wedding for Tamra, and just because she's already walked down the aisle twice before doesn't mean she was going to go small and intimate. No, no, no. This is Orange County, my peeps. I actually think it's illegal to have a small wedding there.
In addition to having three wedding dresses and an altar that was apparently an upside down bike (what?), Tamra and Eddie had a very special singer at their wedding. A singer who also happens to live in the same same zip code. Any guesses as to who serenaded the couple?
If you said act-or! Heather Dubrow, you are correct. The lone brunette Housewife of the O.C. ensemble apparently performed at the big event. And word has it, she was amazeballs.
Lydia McLaughlin recently told Us Weekly that Heather brought down the house when she sang "Come Rain or Come Shine" for Tamra, Eddie, and their 100 guests. "She has an amazing voice. It's very kind of sultry and deeper than I expected," McLaughlin said. "She's so good. Way better than I could ever do!"
I can't say I'm surprised Heather Dubrow has a fantastic voice. I mean, the woman is just all around theatrical, no? In the episode where she had a role on Hot in Cleveland, you just knew she was going to nail it. And lo and behold, girlfriend did. She's a real jack of all trades, I tell ya.
Also, although we're now getting to see the "sillier" side of Heather 'Fancy Pants' Dubrow, there's no way in hell she would have ever gotten up and sang in a roomful of people if she didn't think she'd kill it. The woman's clearly a perfectionist through and through, and that's why we love her. Can't wait to see her singing chops on an episode of RHOOC. (And Terry, you better not steal her "moment" this time around.)
Are you surprised Heather sang at Tamra's wedding?
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