Sara Al-Madani teases Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2.
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Sara Al-Madani Teases Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2: ‘Expect the Unexpected’

Season 2 of the Real Housewives of Dubai is preparing to air on Bravo, and based on the trailer, they are bringing the heat.

This year’s series will feature many of Season 1’s Housewives, including Chanel Ayan, Lesa Milan, and Sara Al-Madani.

The latter, who spent most of her rookie season discussing her spiritual side and healing journey, spoke with Arab News about the upcoming batch of episodes. According to her, fans are in for quite a treat. “If people thought Season 1 was crazy, I mean, Season 2 is insane,” she said. “It’s fun, beautiful, and deep. There’s a lot of plot twists. Expect the unexpected.”

Sara Al-Madani is more comfortable with the cameras ahead of RHODubai Season 2

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“After doing Season 1, you kind of embody that experience more and get more comfortable with it,” she continued. “In Season 2, we understood how to do things better. We are more comfortable, you see the personalities louder, and you get to know people better because we just embodied the whole experience.”

In addition to the returning cast, the Housewives are welcoming a new face in the group: Taleen Marie.

Sara discussed her arrival, saying she loves that their group is evolving and growing.

“I love that the circle is getting bigger,” she said. “But at the same time, I feel like I didn’t get to know her very well yet because she is Brooks’ close friend. So, I feel like we didn’t have enough time to get to know each other on a personal level.”

Although Sara said Taleen is a “nice girl,” the reality star hinted that the newbie may have done a little too much for the cameras.

“I mean, it was interesting, but also because it is a new person. And that person wants to prove their position in the group. So sometimes they overdo things. And the truth is, as a woman, I see you, I honor you, I feel you. You don’t need to go far with anything.”

The Real Housewives of Dubai airs on Sunday at 9/8c.