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Joanna Krupa at The Real Housewives of Miami Premiere Party: "Where's the Vodka?"

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The second season of The Real Housewives of Miami premieres tomorrow night. And that means that you're just one day away from meeting your new reality tv obsession: Joanna Krupa.

Of the show's four new broads, Krupa is pretty much destined to be your favorite new Housewife. She's graced the pages of Maxim. She competed on Dancing With the Stars. And as we discovered when we chatted her up at the Real Housewives of Miami premiere party last weekend, she's also a total bad-ass.

See for yourself after the jump.

So to recap, Joanna Krupa:

  • has a dirty mouth
  • is Polish, proud & loves to drink
  • isn't afraid to wear leopard
  • is always willing to get into a girl fight

See? Major bad-ass.

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Catch Krupa and the rest of the Housewives on the season two premiere tomorrow night at 9 p.m.

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