Forget T.D. 16, the breaking news this morning is that the rumors aboutThe Real Housewives of Miami
are confirmed and true. The reality show wasalready filmed
and might air on Bravo as soon as this November. So, for those who've been polishing their marble columns out in Doral and laying down a dozen Benjamins to make sure their hair is flat and shiny, and skin is plump and tan, just stop. It's over. And it seems like there might have been a bait and switch. While the show was in production it was reportedly calledMiami Social Club
. Yet some insider toldE! News
that it's now part of theHousewives
franchise but that it will be tamer, yet sexier, than the other cities. Yeah, causetame
often go together. Especially in day-glow-pink Miami.
Anywho, check the jump for the scoop on who will star in our very own Housewives. Here's a tease: Is one a dude that looks a lot like a lady? Uh-huh.
Here's the rumored Miami cast:
- Scottie Pippin's wife, Larsa
Former L.A. Laker/Miami Heat player Glen Rice's ex-wife, Christy
Art scene socialite Adriana Sidi
Venue Magazine editor Alexia Echeverria
Public relations expert Marysol Patton
Drag queen Elaine Lancaster (yay! Way to break the mold Bravo)
Charity planner Lea Black, wife of defense attorney Roy Black
If you have any Perez Hilton-y knowledge from when the show was filmed,
we want to hear all about it. Email your story to
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