The drama is so big in Texas!
Prepare yourself, Dallas. Everything is about to get more ignorant up in here. Bravo announced two new Real Housewives cities and Dallas is one of them.
"The Real Housewives of Dallas follows a group of sophisticated southern socialites, as they claw their way to the top of the city's social scene. The series gives an exclusive look into their glamorous galas, scintillating scandals, and enormous egos, to prove exactly why everything is bigger in Texas," Bravo says in a statement.
Yes, the franchise that is known for bitch slapping and drinking before noon is coming to Dallas to embarrass everyone.
A Bravo spokesperson tells us they have started filming some of it, but it’s not completed. And remember that other show we told you about a few months ago? Ladies of Dallas? Do you remember? Well, that was the working title of the The Real Housewives of Dallas. We feel used. And dumb. Mainly used, though.
We don’t know much else. Bravo hasn’t released the names of the women who are in the cast, so this is where we need your help, readers.
Have any of your friends who are rich housewives been acting funny lately? Have they been drinking more than usual? Have they been blowing you off to go to soirées? Have you seen a woman with a half dozen people following her around? These are clues. And we need clues. We need to know who to avoid in the near future. Let us know in the comments, or with a tweet or a pigeon or something, who you think will be in the The Real Housewives of Dallas cast.
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