Meghan King Edmonds is speaking her mind about Vicki Gunvalson, the veteran star of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and it's not good. Meghan isn't afraid to say what she thinks about the OG of the OC, but will it come back to bite her? The new mom tells Entertainment Tonight that she has nothing to do with Vicki personally and as far as she can see, she's a divisive person who lies.

Meghan has never liked Vicki

Meghan explains that she doesn't have a history with Vicki and admits that she's "never liked her." She says Vicki was "nasty" to her and she suspects that the kind of person deep down that she is.

While Gunvalson has a history with Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador, their friendships have fallen apart. Once something like that has occurred, it's never the same even if you try to mend the relationships, Meghan adds.

Too much friction

A lot of friction on "RHOC" exists in Season 15. Sides have been picked and enemies singled out. Tamra, Shannon, and Meghan are on one side while Vicki, Lydia McLaughlin, and Peggy Sulahian are on the other. The jury is still out on where Kelly Dodd's loyalties lie this season. Meghan King Edmonds goes on to say that she's unsure if she can handle another season of so much turmoil among the ladies. She calls it "awkward" doesn't like the "clickiness" among the cast.

She feels and Vicki Gunvalson has a lot to do with that.

Meghan basically wants everyone to get along and party together. However, would fans even want to tune into all that peace and harmony? If she had her choice, she'd tell Vicki that she's "out!" She jokes that if she could only tell Vicki, "You're out!" and "Bye! No more lies.’ See ya," she'd be happy.

Rumors about Tamra's husband addressed

Earlier this season Meghan confronted Vicki about spreading rumors that Tamra's husband, Eddie, is a homosexual. Vicki insists that she didn't start the rumor, but repeated it. Meghan doesn't really believe that Vicki is homophobic, but suspects that her "accusations are coming from a homophobic root." Whatever the case, King Edmonds just wishes Gunvalson would drop it because it's "petty" and "disrespectful."

Calm before the storm in Iceland

Meghan shares that the cast trip to Iceland starts off peaceful, but it gets crazy when some of the women clash.

There will be laughing, crying, screaming, and of course, drinking. The location episodes begin with Episode 16 on Monday night. Everyone manages to "have fun" with Vicki, Meghan imparts. She notes that they aren't exactly "getting along" with her, but find a way to make it bearable -- especially Tamra, who goes to Iceland with a “different mindset” in order to be civil with Vicki. Once they return to California, they stop talking again.

Will Meghan King Edmonds make a new enemy out of Vicki Gunvalson for saying she'd like her off "RHOC?"