Despite chatter over the last few months about RHOM being cancelled, it appears we can expect Season 4 this year afterall! Alexia Echevarria, Miami’s most real Real Housewife, shared the good news in an interview with E! News:
“There will definitely be a season four for Miami. I have spoken to producers and they are currently working on dates for taping, since we usually begin taping this time of year we were told taping is being pushed back a little,” she spills. “The producers spoke to all of us and told us all the same thing.” (A rep for Bravo had no comment.)
But wait, hasn’t Joanna Krupa been spreading the rumor that RHOM would not be returning? “Joanna has poor comprehension and lack of understanding as to what [the producers] said because what she is telling the media is not what they said,” Alexia explains.
So, why the supposed confusion? As we saw during RHOM Season 4 Joanna has a home in Los Angeles as well as Miami. Lately, Joanna has been spotted cozying up to several Beverly Hills and Orange County Housewives and reportedly has been (unsuccessfully) pressing producers to transfer her to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Consequently, Alexia seems to think Miami, and actually the whole Housewives franchise, would be better off without Joanna. “Honestly, at this point I really feel very offended by her careless comments towards Miami and her fellow cast mates. She has no loyalty and I do not believe she belongs here or in any of the franchises,” she says. “She doesn’t belong in Miami because she doesn’t really live here and she doesn’t belong in BH for obvious reasons.” Hmm…I’m not sure exactly what reasons she means but I have heard that Bravo is not open to the transfer.
Joanna is firing back at Alexia’s claims, telling E! News, “Alexia needs to fact check before trying to put words in my mouth that I have never once said. I love Miami—it’s one of my homes. I appreciate the show as it saved my relationship and led to a beautiful, fairytale wedding. That’s why I love Bravo and the show’s producers: they made it happen.” It sounds to me like Joanna realized Beverly Hills isn’t going to happen and rather than leave the franchise altogether has a sudden and newfound love for Miami.
With things already this heated, if Joanna does end up back on The Real Housewives of Miami for Season 4 there certainly won’t be any shortage of drama!
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