The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Reunion Had a Major Reunion First

One "epic" moment from Part 3 the RHOSLC reunion will go down in reunion history. 

Rhoslc Salt Lake City Reunion

As the host of a multitude of Bravo reunions over the years, it's safe to say that Andy Cohen has seen it all — or so we thought.

On Part 3 of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City reunion on February 24, Andy and the show's cast members were shocked as the night ended with snowflakes falling all around them. "Oh my god, you guys, it's snowing!" Andy exclaimed. "Wow, it's the first reunion snow." 

"So magical," Heather Gay said, before Meredith Marks commented, "I am definitely getting a little bit wet over here." 

"This is amazing," Lisa Barlow added. "This is kind of epic." 

In addition to the artificial snowflakes, the gorgeous reunion set also featured plenty of faux snow on the floor in addition to other wintery details including frost-covered trees, pinecones, logs, twinkling lights, faux fur throws, and glowing candles. 

While the first-ever reunion snow left Andy happily surprised, he was also stunned during the day of filming because of how lengthy the reunion turned out to be. "It is nine at night. We are still shooting the Salt Lake City reunion," he said in an Instagram Story last month. "Unprecedented for a Season 1, 13-episode run. We're still going at nine o'clock."

"There's a lot happening in this winter wonderland," he added. "I will tell you that." 

Want more The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City? New episodes air Wednesdays at 10/9c or catch up on every episode ever through the Bravo app. 

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