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Bravo Announces Real Housewives Of Dubai Is Coming In 2022

It might just be me, but I feel like Real Housewives is on a high right now. Real Housewives of Potomac has delivered, as always. So much so that even Nicki Minaj wanted to show up for the reunion. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is having arguably its best season ever, so Bravo is wasting no time to start filming Season 12. Real Housewives of Salt Lake City has been going strong with its second season. And we have upcoming seasons of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Real Housewives of Orange County and Real Housewives of Atlanta to look to. Oh, and I almost forgot the new mashup show Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip and the revival of Real Housewives of Miami. Real Housewives of New York is really the only weak link, but those ladies always bounce back.

As if Bravo wasn’t giving us enough lately, they just announced a brand new Real Housewives city. But rather than sticking to a major U.S. city, the network is going international. Bravo announced that its first international city, Real Housewives of Dubai, is coming in 2022. And the teaser is epic.


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The teaser clip shows the back of a fabulous woman walking in the desert, proclaiming that it’s “no mirage” that Real Housewives of Dubai is coming. (It looks like we got rid of one RHOD with Dallas and replaced the D with Dubai). The teaser also proclaims that Dubai is the new American Dream, or land of opportunity. The major city in the United Arab Emirates is a playground for wealth. The fashion, the architecture, the lifestyle just screams wealth. This city will make the RHOBH ladies look poor in comparison. I cannot wait.

The cast has yet to be announced, but never say never that Ladies of London alum Caroline Stanbury could be leading the ladies (fingers crossed, at least). Bravo is letting the fans decide the hashtag for the new show, choosing between #RHODubai or #RHODXB. Sounds like the network isn’t totally letting Real Housewives of Dallas be forgotten, as it’s just too soon to replace RHOD like that. But I cannot get enough Real Housewives in my life, so I’m looking forward to another city filled with wealth, class and a whole lot of drama.


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[Photo Credit: Bravo]