‘Real Housewives: All Stars’ spoilers find that fans have been waiting for an All-Stars type season for years.
In September 2019, it looked to fans that their dream was to come true with Bravo announcing an untitled Real Housewives franchise spin-off was in development at streaming platform, Peacock.
‘Real Housewives All Stars’: What Can Fans Can Expect?
Then the pandemic came to dash absolutely everyone’s dreams and morale, but come February 2021, hope sprang eternal with the announcement that Peacock had greenlit the limited series, following multiple women from across the expansive franchise living together for a period of time.
Shooting finally began in April 2021 with the selected Housewives outing themselves as cast members on their social media.
Real Housewives of New York’s Ramona Singer and LuAnn de Lesseps photographed themselves heading to Atlanta on private jets to join the other five wives, Kyle Richards of Beverly Hills, Teresa Giudice and sister-in-law Melissa Gorga of New Jersey, and Atlanta’s Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey, so they could all fly to Turks and Caicos in the beautiful Caribbean together.
Though Real Housewives All-Stars will be a ‘mini-series’ rather than a full season, the one week the women lived together in a spectacular 7-bedroom Luxury Villa on Long Bay Beach, is promised to be explosive.
Drama immediately began when it came to selecting rooms. Notorious for demanding she has the biggest and best room whenever traveling with her fellow housewives, Ramona pulled her signature move, but it seems she was denied!
Kenya looks to have been the one to put the kibosh on Ramona’s steamrolling as words and derogatory names were exchanged between the ladies. They hadn’t been on the island more than a couple of hours at the time.
I’m sure Ramona found somewhere comfortable to sleep in the $9,000 per night villa.
Paparazzi shots and Tik Tok videos show the 7 women, dining, drinking and dancing (badly) together both on the island and on a private yacht.
While everything looks very amicable from the outside, these ladies weren’t selected for being shrinking violets. Reportedly the women, known for stirring the pot on their respective franchises, were filmed 24/7 in Big Brother-style, so there had to be some interesting moments (read: epic showdowns) captured.
Though there is no air date for the series on Peacock yet (other than the ambiguous ‘2021’), it has been hinted that this first mini-series is a prototype and if it engages audiences as expected, could return every summer with a similar but evolving cast.
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