Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 2 Taglines: Jen Shah Doubles-Down On Innocence Insisting She’s Only Guilty Of Being “Shah-Mazing”

It’s almost time for fur coats and stiletto boots, and not just because summer is coming to an end. We’re less than a week away from the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 2 premiere. And if the trailer showed us anything, it’s proof there will be a whole lot of MESS. From Jen Shah’s allegations of running a fraudulent telemarketing scheme to Mary Cosby battling rumors that her church is a cult, there will be no shortage of drama.

And ahead of the RHOSLC Season 2 premiere, we’ve finally been blessed with the ladies’ second round of taglines, via Queens of Bravo on Instagram. And boy, are they something. I would be remiss to not start with Jen’s tagline, who’s also first in the lineup. And she uses her tagline to maintain her innocence amidst the fraud allegations, despite being arrested on camera and all of the other damning information swirling around her seemingly fraudulent lifestyle. “The only thing I’m guilty of is being Shah-mazing,” Jen says. Oh boy, and we thought Erika Jayne was tone-deaf.

Next up we have Whitney Rose, who sounds like she took inspo from Kyle Richards’ years of taglines on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Whit says, “In a town of beauties and beasts, there is only one wild rose.” Alright, cute enough. But I almost wish she took inspiration from Lisa Barlow’s “Whitney Heather [Gay] Bad Weather” statement during last year’s reunion. Maybe next season.


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And speaking of Lisa, she shows some self-love in her tagline. However, her delivery sounds a bit off, like she’s rushing through the line. “You don’t have to like me, I love myself enough for the both of us,” Lisa says. Another solid pick, but I would’ve lived for a Diet Coke reference. Alas, you can’t always get what you want. 

Then, we have newbie Jennie Nguyen, who alludes to her glam life in her first-ever tagline. “I have plenty of everything including opinions,” she says. Sounds like someone will be engaging in the drama during her freshman season.

Next is Meredith Marks, who is also engaging 10x more this season than last year, or so it seems. “I may be known for my ice, but I always bring the heat,” Mer says. Honestly, iconic. I love it and I need more of it. Love you, baby, bye.

Mary doesn’t skip a moment to bring up her faith in her second tagline as she did last year. “If you come for me, I will send Jesus after you,” she says. Is that a threat? While Mary is clearly one-of-a-kind, her tagline is iconic.

And lastly, we have queen Heather, who’s really come into her own after Season 1. “I was raised a Mormon, but now I’m raising a glass of champagne,” Heather says. Yasss girl. You do you. In the words of Heather’s fav Rihanna, cheers to the freakin’ weekend (aka Sunday when RHOSLC airs). I’ll drink to that.


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