Bravotv.com: What were you thinking when your husband Court used the word badger, too?
Kameron Westcott My father said growing up I should have been a lawyer, I am legally blonde after all. With friends and with family, I have a tendency to ask too many questions when I don't believe the answers I am getting are true. Court only said that word because I told him I was the Queen of the badgers on the girls trip.
KM: I don't think Brandi is intentionally a bad influence on D'Andra, but I do think that when they are together it brings out D'Andra's "wilder" side. I actually really like Brandi, she just did not grow up in the same circles that D'Andra’s family and my husbands family were exposed to in Dallas and she does not know the rules of the game. Therefore I don't think any less of Brandi - she does not know better, but D'Andra does. LeeAnne however also understands how Dallas works because she has been so active in the community for many years, so it was a bit surprising that she still engaged in inappropriate behavior. Maybe she was confused and thought we were at a carnival and not a rodeo?
Bravotv.com: What do you think about Brandi saying that it doesn’t matter what other people think – being part of one of Dallas’ big families?
KM: Whether you like it or not, what other people think of you in Dallas has consequences for good or bad and its naive to think that people don't judge you for how you carry yourself. Dallas is a very conservative city and if you don't want to be shunned and want to have access to various circles in Dallas, you have to play the game and understand that there are just certain actions a southern lady does and does not do.
Bravotv.com: Why do you say that Brandi is trying to buy D’Andra’s friendship?
KM: Um Brandi, I am still waiting for you to buy my friendship!! Brandi, did you know I like PINK? I really don't know what to think of this, it is quite a nice gift. But seriously, I doubt she was trying to buy her friendship, but stranger things have happened in Dallas.