Casting for a rerun of Real Housewives Of Miami is underway.
And on Monday it was claimed that two of the highlights of the short-lived Bravo show will not be returning.
Playboy cover girl Joanna Krupa doesn’t want to be on the show, and the tough Lea Black is happy in Los Angeles and has no interest in going to Florida, according to TMZBut Kim Kardashian’s former boyfriend Larsa Pippen will return, it has been claimed again.
No Thanks: The casting for the re-performance of Real Housewives Of Miami is underway. And on Monday, it was claimed that two of the highlights of the shirt Bravo show will not be returning. Playboy cover girl Joanna Krupa doesn’t want to be on the show
She’s gone on: Krupa has a show she’s working on in Poland, Top Model; seen in 2008
A mum now: The 41-year-old star is seen with daughter Asha-Leigh Nunes
The site said that Lea spends most of her time in Los Angeles, so filming in Miami just doesn’t work logistically.
And Krupa told the site she doesn’t want to come back because she has a happy life in her native Poland.
‘In 8 years I have grown a lot as a person and my priorities in life have changed, especially after having a great little girl. I like to work, I have great and long-lasting TV shows in Poland and keep doing other projects, ‘said the artist.
And she said the show is not that healthy: ‘Women need to lift and support each other and I would never consider doing a show that would stress me out and cause unnecessary drama at this point in my life. I wish everyone the best of luck and huge success in rebooting. ‘
Yes, why not? But Kim Kardashian’s former boyfriend Larsa Pippen will return, it has been previously claimed
They were her friends: she was very close to Kim and Kanye, but now hangs out with Scott Disick and Jonathan Cheban; Seen Kim and Kanye in 2019
Will he be asked to participate in the show? Cheban of Keeping Up With The Kardashians fame lives in Miami and is friends with Larsa
Larsa seems to be the perfect cast mate for the show.
Over the weekend, she looked great while enjoying lunch with Scott Disick and Jonathan Cheban in Miami.
It was Cheban’s birthday on Sunday; he is a good friend of Kim Kardashian and he has participated in Celebrity Big Brother and The Spin Crowd.
And the site claimed producers want to talk to Phil Collins’ ex, Orianne Cevey about possibly being a star.
The show is broadcast on the streaming service Peacock.
Earlier this month Entertainment tonight claimed The Real Housewives Of Miami is returning after originally airing for three seasons from 2011 to 2013.
But the nascent series will be much more ‘diverse’, he says Us Weekly, then the previous cast with Krupa, Alexia Echevarria and Pippen.
Back Again: On Wednesday, UsWeekly shared that Real Housewives Of Miami is returning to the cable channel after originally airing three seasons from 2011 to 2013. Pictured: (lr) Lisa Hochstein, Lea Black, Adriana De Moura, Joanna Krupa, Alexia Echevarria
The show’s other stars were Marysol Patton, Black, Adriana de Moura and Cristy Rice. Lisa Hochstein, Ana Quincoces and Karent Sierra were brought in later.
The new show is full speed ahead, ET claims.
“They have started interviewing a number of different women,” an insider told the US.
“They want to have a very diverse cast and talk to women from all different backgrounds.”
Candidates have already been interviewed ‘multiple times’, it was added, and Bravo is said to be ‘very close to refining a cast’.
The Vets: But the nascent series will be much more ‘diverse’ than the previous cast (Hochstein, Krupa, Echevarria and Black pictured in 2013)
In November, Bravo star Andy Cohen suggested another RHOM could happen.
When Andy said on Everything Iconic With Danny Pellegrino, ‘I really tried to get Peacock to pick up Miami.
‘I don’t know if I can say this. I don’t know where we are with that. ‘
He also shared, ‘The problem with the third season was that the ratings decreased as it went on and they went down for the reunion, which is usually the opposite of what happens.
“I think that was the decision not to collect it.”
And the dad of one of them said fans really want a fourth season for NBC’s streaming service, Peacock.
Bravo declined to comment when asked about the show’s possibility of returning.