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RHOD Is Here, and Dallas Women Love Adderall

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That's right. Only zero more days until our six favorite women return for Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Today is the day the Lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.

Last year D'Andra Simmons said on a podcast that her castmates had an Adderall problem. Some fans speculated she meant Brandi Redmond.

Now Simmons is clearing it up. In an interview with People Now, Simmons says it was a throwaway joke.

"It was an interview about me," Simmons says. "Someone asked me what my biggest fear was, and I said my biggest fear was I was worried about my weight. I've always worried about my weight. I've always had a weight problem, and all these girls are so thin, so I said, 'Oh, but you know, they all take Adderall.' It's a generalization because it's a Dallas thing that women, you know, 'Would you like a Tic Tac, would you like an Adderall, would you like a drink?'"

Yes to all three.

Season 3 premieres at 8 p.m. tonight (!!!!) on Bravo.

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