Tamra Barney Finalizes Divorce on ‘RHOOC’ With a Meltdown

Tamra Barney on The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo)

Almost two years in the making, Tamra Barney finally became a liberated woman on last night’s “Real Housewives of Orange County” when she signed her divorce papers and dissolved her 15-year marriage to Simon Barney…but that’s not to say the moment wasn’t without waterworks.

So in those two years, what was Tam-Tam’s process in prepping for “D-Day”?

Let’s start out by commending her plan to get rid of her double D’s, which she claims she never liked and only got because of Simon’s prodding. I’m not necessarily a Tamra fan, but for her to remove her jelly sacks being a rich blonde Botox’d chick in The OC, now that’s ballsy and deserves an Arsenio Hall “Woof! Woof! Woof!”

But big to little boobs aside, Tamra’s picture-perfect life with new boyfriend, Saber-toothed Eddie Judge, along with her new cut bod, were still not enough triumphs to prevent the tears of a matrimonial era gone buh-bye.

“I’m overwhelmed with a horrible feeling. I’ve let my kids down, and I split this family up,” she cried as she narrates what she was feeling as her attorney delivered the divorce papers.

Check out her mini-meltdown before she pens it:

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Regardless of her sudden explosive tears and shaking body, Tammy knew she had to buck up and sign on the dotted line. And her determination to be totally rid of Simon’s reign even extended to the bank: She waived all spousal support. [Cue thud sound.] Did you hear that? Alexis Bellino just fainted and fell on her newly constructed schnoz.

“I just feel like I signed away the last 15 years in one signature,” Tamra balled over the phone to BFF Vicki Gunvalson after the deed was done.

But in the end, the blonde confessed it was time to heal and focus on the future.

“At 44, I’m finally getting it,” she admitted. “I’ve made my mistakes and I have no regrets, but it’s time for me now to learn from my mistakes and move forward and make a good life for me and my kids.”

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