'Real Housewives All-Stars' Reportedly Getting A Second Season, Filming To Start In September

Aug. 12 2021, Published 8:49 p.m. ET

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Bravo fans rejoice! Real Housewives All-Stars is reportedly already getting a second season and the show is allegedly set to start to film this September.

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According to the infamous celebrity gossip Instagram account Deuxmoi, that "pending any last-minute COVID issues," the shoot for the reality television extravaganza is allegedly slated to start shooting in September according to an email tip from an anonymous sender.

The insider dished that reportedly, the second season will be "based around an East Coast Housewife," and it's "Not who you'd expect to see."

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As housewives fanatics ruminate on who of their favorite ladies will be chosen, the source continued to spill saying, "fans will be very pleased, based on some recent happenings" and that devout watchers should be ready for "lots of surprises" in addition to the "unexpected cast."

According to Radar, the first season will feature original housewives Kyle Richards, Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and Teresa Giudice as well as Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore and Melissa Gorga as they jet off for a Turks and Caicos adventure. The show is set to hit the Peacock streaming platform this November.

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Real Housewives of Atlanta cast

This report comes as gift to fans of the reality television franchise as it was revealed earlier this week that Bravocon 2021 was canceled due to the on-going Coronavirus pandemic.

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Real Housewives of New York Cast

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As OK! previously reported, the network announced on Monday, August 9, that the event that was supposed to take place October 15 to 17 in New York City, was canceled. In a statement via Instagram the cable station announced, “We are just as disappointed as our loyal fans to have to cancel this year’s event, but health and safety are our top priorities. We look forward to celebrating #BravoCon 2022 together."

The first event that took place back in 2019, was so successful that when NBCUniversal Cable executive Vice President of Consumer Engagement and Brand Strategy Ellen Stone originally announced that there would be a second BravoCon, she stated at the time, “Close to 10,000 fans experienced our first-ever BravoCon, and I’m so excited to bring the Bravosphere to life again.”


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