Shannon got into it in the aftershow
"That's physical contact," Shannon complained. It may seem like a small point of contention but that's a real issue.
Shannon's request is simple
"Stop touching me," she emphatically demanded. That is not unreasonable. However, Kelly seems more fixated on defending her "constructive criticism" than addressing the hair-pulling.
Kelly stands by her critiques
She thinks that women of a certain age shouldn't have hair that goes past their shoulders. A good counterpoint would be that a woman's hair is her business.
She criticizes Gina's "white witch" look
According to her, Gina's hair is too long and possibly too blonde. Part of her issue may be that Gina's hair is lighter than her skin, which is a very specific look on white people and doesn't always look great.
Gina looks great
But just as Kelly insists that Shannon's extensions are aging her, she says that Gina's look is not working.
She claims that she's trying to help
Interesting that her offer of "help" comes in the form of negative critcism while she's drinking, which Kelly likens to a "truth serum," rather than in the form of emotional support.