The 54-year-old spoke to The Daily Mail about all of the drama surrounding the embattled Bravo star as she explained, "She came to he reunion, it was long hours and a lot was divulged. Andy Cohen did not hold back."
With fans waiting with bated breath to hear what Jayne will reveal about the legal battles that have plagued her and her estranged husband Tom Girardi in the past year, Beauvais said, "She was really honest and she really said a lot of things we wanted answers to but we were not sure she would divulge."
The Real host had nothing but praise for Jayne for not running from the difficult situations that have surrounded her. "Erika was good, and she showed up, she did her best, which I think is pretty amazing considering what she has been through. She is not hiding. I like that she is facing her costars and fans.'"
Now that the "Expensive" singer has gone through an extreme lifestyle change, the public has been privy to seeing Jayne as she performed the mundane duties of everyday life, like going to TJ Maxx, which Beauvais said is making her more relatable.
The Going To Bed With Garcelle host stated, "I think life has changed for her, her reality is different these days, but I also think maybe the people who feel like she is not humble, maybe shopping at TJ Maxx will let people see her in a different light."
"They will see that she is human and her life has changed. Let's hope that happens," she continued.
As far as her relationships with her other cast members this season, the mother-of-3 stated that she is the closest with fellow fan favorite Sutton Stracke, "She is my girl," and that her rift with OG Kyle Richards is on the mend. "Kyle and I are doing well too, things are better between us," the actress dished.
As OK! previously reported, executive producer Andy Cohen teased that the upcoming reunion special is really "good" and is the "the most highly anticipated reunion in years."