June 16, 2021 | 12:17pm

“Shahs of Sunset” star Golnesa Gharachedaghi slammed “insecure bully” Kelly Dodd, saying that she’s “soooo glad” the “Real Housewives of Orange County” star won’t be returning to the show.

“Out with the a** and in with the class!” Gharachedaghi wrote on social media Wednesday following the announcement that Dodd’s contract was not renewed for the hit Bravo series.

Gharachedaghi, 39, first commented under an Instagram post announcing Heather Dubrow’s return in place of Dodd, 45, “Yessss!!! Love Heather! Soooo glad KD is gone. Sorry not sorry.”

Several fans chimed in to let Gharachedaghi that they agree with her.

“HELL TO THE YES, GG. 😍🔥” one person wrote. Another added, “100% agree with you girl.”

One commenter told Gharachedaghi that she was “happy” about Dubrow’s comeback because the reality show had “lost its class.”

“She’s the one to bring it back,” the user added. “KD was doing the most…she behaved for a few seasons, but last season was too much. I’m not here for the ignorance.”

Gharachedaghi replied, “I agree! Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had my fair share of f–k ups, but there needs to be growth and some change towards a better good. I don’t like insecure bullies who thrive off of belittling others. Out with the a** and in with the class!”

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A screenshot of Golnesa Gharachedaghi’s Instagram comment.
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On Wednesday, a Bravo rep confirmed to Page Six that Dodd, along with along with Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn Vargas would not be returning for Season 16.

Dodd — who has been part of the show since 2016 — sparked fan outrage in recent months after a myriad of controversial moves, including a quip that the pandemic was “God’s way of thinning the herd.” She later apologized for her comments.

On Wednesday, the polarizing former “Housewife” told her followers she is focused on her future.

“The next five years will be even better,” she tweeted. “I am so grateful for all the love and support and so excited about the future.”

Dodd was not immediately reached for comment.