Out with the old and in with the new. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne just teased that Season 9 will feature some interesting new friendships when the series returns to Bravo in 2019.
Jayne did not reveal too many spoilers ahead of the premiere, but the singer did promise that plenty of drama is ahead. This includes a shift in alliances as the women unite like never before.
“It’s going to be full of drama,” Jayne shared. “There are going to be some interesting shifts in friendships and alliances.”
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Without more information, it is hard to say which of the cast members team up in Season 9. According to Reality Tea, early reports indicate that the majority of the drama stems from Lisa Vanderpump and her refusal to film with the rest of her co-stars.
It is possible that everyone will gang up against Vanderpump this season, which could be why she is creating such a fuss.
Jayne went on to reveal that they stuck up for each other and that only a few RHOBH stars decided to go rogue. This could be a reference to Vanderpump, though only time will tell if she made any alliances this season.
There has not been a lot of drama on the show for past few seasons, so it is definitely good to hear that things ramped up this year.
When it comes to newcomer Denise Richards, meanwhile, Jayne admitted that she really took a liking to the former model. Jayne called her new co-star “smart” and “fun,” and hinted that they really bonded in Richards’ first season.
Richards, of course, is longtime friends with a few stars of the show, which is why Bravo added her in the first place. This includes Kyle Richards and Lisa Rinna, whom Richards has known for years.
Erika Jayne and her co-stars will bring the drama when the new season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returns to Bravo sometime in 2019.