"It's actually kinda funny… I've heard these rumors every year for the last five years," she posted on Tuesday. “Looking forward to my sixth season #RHOC 16 !"
It has been reported that Bravo has not made any casting decisions at this time.
Speculation she was leaving "RHOC" arose when her Instagram bio was changed to read, "Proud veteran castmember of #RHOC." However, sources told US Weekly that Dodd's husband, Rick Leventhal, made the change to "reflect Kelly's longtime tenure on the show." After the confusion, Dodd edited the bio to read, "proud castmember of #RHOC."
"I'm thinking Bravo would rather lose the 15 viewers that love you than the hundreds of thousands that dropped the show like a hot potato after your reckless comments all season," shared a social media user, as another wrote, "@Andy this would be your biggest mistake if you welcome her back...she doesn't even deserve the 'friend' title."
Dodd, who joined the show for its 11th season in 2016, was dropped from the Positive Beverage company after her controversial comments.