After Jeff Lewis called Heather Dubrow his least favorite Housewife on Watch What Happens Live last week, the Flipping Out star reacted to the drama that ensued on Twitter during an appearance on New York Live last Thursday. "I don't hate her. I don't think about her. It's no big deal. You're just my least favorite," he said. "She started calling me names on Twitter. And it just turned into something that I don't understand."
Jeff said that there was no "rant" on his part, with the exception of a tweet that called Heather "classy" after she called him an "***hole." "Here's someone who is a self-professed, appropriate, well-mannered person, but that's not what I saw last night. Whoa," he said on New York Live. "Look, if I don't like you, and you don't like me, who cares? There's plenty of other people we can get along with. We don't have to attack each other. And I didn't mean it like, 'I hate you,' because I don't."
All in all, Jeff said he thinks that Heather needs to move past whatever happened at their mutual friend Shannon Beador's birthday party. "You know what? I went to a birthday dinner at Shannon Beador's, Heather was across the table, loved Terry, had the best night, didn't love her. Big deal," he said. "You have to be able to brush it off."
Heather later explained why Jeff's comments upset her so much during an appearance on Access Hollywood Live Friday. "On Watch What Happens Live the other night, he said I was his least favorite Housewife, which is completely fine. I'm OK. Not everyone's gonna like you. But then in the After Show, he started attacking my character about this dinner party we were all at months ago, which really bothered me because that night, he was body shaming me and face shaming me at the table," she said. "He leaned over to Terry and goes, 'Your wife should just cop to all of her plastic surgery and she'd be a lot better off.' He was talking about my breasts, he was talking about my body. It was so disgusting... but I let it go."
But Heather said she was over it — that was until Jeff brought it up on the WWHL After Show. "When I walked out, he knew I was upset and I just let it go, never brought it up again, and then he goes on Watch What Happens Live, the After Show, and starts attacking my character, and I thought, 'What is wrong with this guy?'" Heather said. "The only thing that I am upset with myself [is] that I even engaged. But, you know, at some point, you just get so fed up that, you know, you make that tweet or you say that, but he's honestly so not worth my time that I'm good."
And what does Heather say will happen if they ever run into each other again? "Our paths don't cross all that often, but like I would with anyone else, I would be polite," she said on Access Hollywood Live.
For a drama-free moment, take a look at this adorable preview of Heather and her kids from Monday night's new episode of RHOC at 9/8c, below.