Real Housewives Of Dallas Season 4 Taglines Are Announced!

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS -- Episode 301 -- Pictured: (l-r) LeeAnn Locken, Stephanie Hollman, Kameron Westcott -- (Photo by: Peter Larsen/Bravo)

The Real Housewives of Dallas is one of Bravo’s hidden gems. The show doesn’t receive the notoriety or attention that some of the other Housewife shows do, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that this show is the real deal. I’ve said it before–if you are not watching, you should, as the show is reminiscent of the other Housewife shows in their earlier years.

RHOD is headed into Season 4, believe it or not. Besides cast announcements and the season trailer, the one thing we all wait for at the start of the new season is the taglines being announced. Fortunately for us, the wait is over!

E! News shared the new taglines, which can give fans an indicator of the ladies’ attitudes for the season. LeeAnne Locken states in her tagline, “Dallas is a pageant that I always win.” Is there any doubt that former Miss USA finalist LeeAnne will do anything to come out on top? We won’t quibble about the fact LeeAnne took her title as Miss Arizona, not Miss Texas.

Sparkly Kameron Wescott weighs in with, “Just because I look like Barbie, doesn’t mean you can play me.” It sounds like Kameron will continue to show some of the same fire she did last season–she is not afraid to stand up to anyone. You are on notice, D’Andra Simmons!

Brandi Redmond declares, “When you mess with a ginger, expect some spice.” Would we expect any less from Brandi? I have a sneaking suspicion that Brandi will continue to offer up a special blend of spices to nemesis LeeAnne.

Usually sweet Stephanie Hollman continues with her diplomatic nature, saying, “I never carry a grudge; it won’t match my shoes.” Stephanie is proof that there is room for Housewives who are nice–you don’t have to be a demanding, vindictive diva to be interesting. It helps, but it is not mandatory!

Last season’s award winner for Most Drama Incited, D’Andra, seems ready to draw a line in the sand. She announces, “I’m minding my business, so start minding yours.” We will hold you to that D’Andra. I will believe it when I see it. I am also looking forward to finding out just how much of the “business” Mama Dee Simmons has relinquished to her daughter, Lil’ Dee.

The taglines for newbies are something to speculate about until we get to know them. Newcomer Kary Brittingham simply says, “I’m bilingual, but I don’t speak BS.” Kary might find her conversations once sided at times if she isn’t fluent in BS, a native language to many of the Housewives.

Cary Deuber will be in a Friend of role this season, so, unfortunately, there is no tagline for her. I am sure she will continue to be in the thick of things, though. I am interested to see how her tentative truce with LeeAnne plays out.

The Real Housewives of Dallas returns on Wednesday, September 4.


[Photo Credit: Peter Larsen/Bravo]