Tiffany Moon’s stint as a “Housewife” is already over.
Moon, 36, has exited “The Real Housewives of Dallas” after just one season, a source close to Bravo exclusively confirmed to Page Six.
The mom of two teased her departure on Friday morning on Twitter, changing her bio to read, “Previous Cast Member #RHOD S5” and tweeting a photo of herself with an ominous caption about needing “time for a change.”
Moon joined the cast for its fifth and most recent season, which concluded in May.
During her time on the Bravo reality show, the anesthesiologist opened up about her experiences with racism in an attempt to educate the cast — especially Brandi Redmond, who came under fire last year for posting a video mocking Asian people.
Moon was born outside of Beijing and immigrated to the United States when she was just 6 years old.
She told Page Six in January that “RHOD” staple D’Andra Simmons had encouraged her to join the show as far back as 2017, but the timing was never right for her.
“I went to some of the tapings, I saw that she was enjoying herself, and I thought, ‘You know what, why not?’” Moon said of why she finally signed her name on the dotted line. “I’ve done everything else in my life exactly by the book and exactly how everyone expected me to. This time, I’m gonna do something totally out of my comfort zone that no one would expect of me. It’s not every day that Bravo knocks on your door.”
She added, “Maybe in a year I’ll look back at this when it’s all been just a s–t show and be like, ‘Why did I do that?’”