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Adriana de Moura Reacts To Her Part-Time Status On Real Housewives Of Miami Season 4

We’re three episodes into season 4 of The Real Housewives of Miami, and it is already exceeding expectations. It has everything we want from The Real Housewives — the drama, the laughs, and the heart. Seeing where some of the cast members landed after eight years away from reality TV is genuinely intriguing, and with a diverse set of newbies mixed in, RHOM feels like a breath of fresh air. However, there is one little thing that is off about this season, and that’s Adriana de Moura’s part-time status.

Since the beginning of RHOM, Adriana has been the show’s fireball, pot-stirrer, and multilinguist. From her season-long feud with Joanna Krupa to the shocking season 3 revelation that she was secretly married, Adriana kept the show lively for its original run. So you’d think she would have a free pass into the reboot as a full-time cast member. She sings the theme song, for crying out loud!

Adriana is finally opening up about not being a full-time, mojito-holding Housewife this time around. She appeared on Yahoo’s interview series, We Should Talk, and said there’s a two-fold answer to why she isn’t front and center this season. The main issue was the timing.

“One is that I started my master’s at Harvard, so my time is really … right now, I study a lot. There was a question [of] whether I could really dedicate that much time to the show, but eventually, I was able to juggle it,” she explained.


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So not only is she a reality TV star, a mom, a musician, and an art dealer, but she’s also a graduate student at Harvard. That’s pretty iconic. Give her some credit.

Although Adriana was pushed to the “friend of” role this year, she’s still a huge part of the show, serving as a bridge for some of the new cast members to enter the group. She’s also feeling confident that if the show comes back for season 5, she’ll be holding a mojito.

She told We Should Talk, “At the end, the decision was made, but I think that for next season, I’m for sure back on full time. I appreciate your support and your loyalty. That means a lot to me. I ended up being in every single episode. I can’t help it that drama loves me!”


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