Lisa Hochstein Teases A “Little Mental Breakdown” On Real Housewives Of Miami Season 4

If you aren’t watching the iconic re-release of Real Housewives of Miami on Peacock, fix it. You should probably rewatch seasons one through three while you’re at it. This show houses some of the most consistent drama along with one of the most diverse castings across franchises. That includes age, nationality, sexual orientation, and beyond. Truly, this show is a gift that is wasted on the tasteless. I could go on…but you get the picture.

Lisa Hochstein is back on our screens thanks to the RHOM reboot. She is joined by some other familiar characters like Larsa Pippen and Adriana De Moura. Meanwhile, some of Lisa’s friends from earlier seasons have not returned. This includes Joanna Krupa and the polarizing socialite Lea Black. It will be interesting to see how Lisa fares in this new landscape after nearly 10 years.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight Lisa admitted, “I don’t like to watch the episodes with anyone. I like to watch them by myself because I need to digest what’s happening and what I’m seeing.” Lisa explained, “We [the cast], of course, get the episodes a little bit before everyone else just so we can kind of talk ourselves off the ledge a little bit, but all in all I’m OK with what I’m seeing so far and I’m not horrified yet.”

It’s great to hear that Lisa isn’t horrified yet, but what does that mean exactly? Lisa later added, “there’s going to be some questionable moments with me that I’m not looking forward to.” And what might those be? So far, the drama on the show seems mainly centered on the return of Larsa to the Miami group/scene. Could there be some sort of falling out between these two ahead?


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“There was a low point for me,” Lisa teased. “I don’t want to give too much away, but I feel like I had a tiny bit of a little mental breakdown that wasn’t, that I couldn’t control. That was hard for me because I really like to be in control of my emotions and this whole journey got the better of me at that point, so that’s not going to be– or maybe it will be– fun for me to watch, I don’t know.”

Fun to watch your own break down? Is that the Housewife level self-obsession or the pandemic cognitive dissonance shining through?


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