Tiffany Moon Reveals Her Future With RHOD

Say it ain't so! "Real Housewives of Dallas" star Tiffany Moon appears to be saying goodbye to the show after just one season. After admitting her fate on the series was uncertain in April 2021, per People, the doctor seemingly revealed her decision with an edit to her Twitter bio. "Previous Cast Member #RHOD S5," she added to her details on May 14, followed by a tweet reading, "Good morning everyone [red heart emoji] it's time for a change. Have a wonderful day!"

Tiffany also made the same adjustment to her Instagram bio and took to the platform to share a stunning black and white photo with a pretty cryptic message. "Do not let the darkness of others dim your light," she wrote with a star emoji upon several telling hashtags including, "#KeepShining #TiffanySun #TiffanyMoon #SunToMoon #StillShiningBright #ShineBrightLikeaDiamond #BeStrong #NeverGiveUp #BeYou #Motivation #AAPIHeritageMonth #StopAAPIHate #PositiveVibes #LoveYourself." Luckily her fans seem to be supporting her decision. "We need more WOC on Bravo [red heart emoji] I hope you find your peace and one day can come back to RH," one person commented. "Thanks for a great season girl! You will be missed. Love you," another added. Keep scrolling for more details. 

'RHOD' was a lot for Tiffany Moon to handle

It looks like starring on the "Real Housewives of Dallas" made Tiffany Moon's workload just a little too heavy. While speaking on People's Every Day podcast in April 2021, she admitted that being a mother of two and an anesthesiologist was already a lot to handle, and adding another season to her plate might not be feasible. 

"Something would have to change," Tiffany said of her possible return to the show at the time. "I cannot do the show if everything is exactly the same as it was this year. I am still working four days a week. My children are now a little bit more demanding than they were when they were younger. Something's gonna have to give." Although she said she didn't "know what's going to happen" with her fate on the series, she revealed the decision might not be up to her. 

"I've not even been invited back ... I don't know what's happening either," she told People. "So I'm just gonna take it one day at a time. Like the advice I give to my medical students and residents, you know, when they're having a bad day, I'm like, 'you know, one day at a time, one day at a time.' So sometimes I have to give that advice to myself too." Although it's unclear if Tiffany declined an invitation or if she was ousted from the show, she seems to be pretty content.