“They were questions that everybody would ask! That was my thing. I was like, ‘It isn’t that crazy.’ It wasn’t that crazy that we would ask,” Beauvais admitted to the outlet.
Stracke took much of the heat this season as the 50-year-old was one of the only people who vocalized that they did not fully believe the complicated stories that the "Expensive" singer was telling the group about her divorce, Tom Girardi's dementia and the never-ending lawsuits that were taking over the headlines.
The Coming To America actress explained that she had no qualms about speaking her mind and staying true to what she believed in: “I just went [into this season] knowing what I want to get out of it and it was really to speak my mind."
Beauvais got into her own tension-ridden argument with Jayne after telling the group that the 50-year-old confided in her that Girardi was calling her "everyday," which Jayne felt was a betrayal of their friendship.
As for the highly anticipated reunion, Beauvais admitted that Bravo Boss Andy Cohen did not hold back when it came to questioning the former Chicago star. "[Andy Cohen] understood the assignment to a T! He went in,” the 54-year-old star exclaimed about his performance.
“There were tough questions and he didn’t back down. But you know what? Erika didn’t back down either," Beauvais teased about the four part special.
The podcast host admitted that she “still feel[s] bad” for Jayne and thinks that their rocky friendship is not completely over as she said, “It’s not over.”