Dorinda Medley has been all-the-way activated by her “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club” co-star Vicki Gunvalson’s criticism of her house.
“Who in this group picture doesn’t understand the difference between ‘Old’ and ‘Historic’?” Medley, 57, captioned a promo shot Friday of the upcoming Peacock miniseries, which was filmed at her iconic Blue Stone Manor in the western Massachusetts region known as the Berkshires.
“(I tagged her to make it easy). Excited for the show?” the former “Real Housewives of New York” star added, making sure to tag the “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum, 60, as well as Blue Stone Manor and Architectural Digest.
She concluded with the hashtags, “#stanfordwhite #1902 #architecturaldigest [sic] #🤪.”
Medley’s Instagram dig followed a fiery episode of her “Make It Nice” podcast, during which she annihilated Gunvalson for referring to her home — and the backdrop of “RHUGT” Season 2 — as “old.”
Medley argued that while her house may be on the mature side, it was built by renowned architect Stanford White in 1902 and was considered prestigious enough to be featured in “Architectural Digest” in 2020.
“Well, listen, this is a girl that thinks dancing on dirty tables in a bar at Puerto Vallarta, whatever that place is called, is fun,” Medley said on her podcast. “So I mean, you can’t really have people that don’t have taste understand taste.”
She added, “You have to have a taste level to understand a home like Blue Stone Manor, and you have to understand a lifestyle.”
Calling out Gunvalson’s “taste,” Medley turned her sights to the insurance guru’s dating history, taking specific aim at ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers and ex-fiancé Steve Lodge.
“Like, you may not like my life, but I also don’t date people that pretend to have cancer, you know what I mean?” she said in reference to Ayers having forged medical documents to make it look like he had cancer.
As for Lodge, who married a 37-year-old teacher shortly after breaking up with Gunvalson, Medley said, “I also don’t date men that then leave you for women that are half their age.”
“You wanna get mean, I’ll get mean,” she promised.
Ultimately, the “RHONY” alum felt the former “RHOC” star owed it to her to be respectful of her home, no matter how she felt about its structure or decor.
“She was a guest in my house. So regardless of what she thinks, it just shows that she really has no real manners. I would never say anything bad about her house,” Medley exclaimed, adding that Gunvalson should have been “gracious.”
“And also, too, you know, jealousy is a terrible thing.”
Medley went on to say she believes Gunvalson is “unhappy” and therefore “can’t take it” when those around her are doing well.
She concluded her on-air rant by saying Gunvalson has “opened up a can of worms.” And when asked whether this means “war,” Medley replied without hesitation, “Yes.”
“The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club” premieres June 23 on Peacock.