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Gina Liano Reveals She Wouldn't Mind Having Her Own Spin Off Show And Says She Won't Return For A Second Season Of The Real Housewives Of Melbourne Unless Andrea Moss Is Fired!

The Daily Mail is reporting that Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gina Liano is unwilling to return for a second season unless casting changes are made. In an interview with The Fix, the breakout star of Foxtel's hit reality show and barrister revealed she wanted the line up changed and would only consider staying on if Andrea wasn't in it. However she also mentioned Lydia Schiavello was on her hit list and added she wouldn't mind having her own reality show if an agreement couldn't be reached.

When asked if she would return for a second season of the show if the two women weren't in it she said: 'Probably.' Gina added: 'I think it's probably more Andrea on camera and after the event, in social media.'
She then clarified her reasons saying: 'I can't see that the dynamic would change enough for me to feel confident, if I was to go into a second season with Andrea, that she would just not continue the same. To be honest, I don't think she can. I think she is who you see.'

Gina admits that social media reaction to Andrea was so bad, producers organised a meeting between the two to attempt an armistice.‘It's not been a very pleasant experience for her, she's probably come out at the end of the day in a way that we all dreaded coming out, where we weren't loved and adored and had a lot of support,’ sympathizes Gina.

Although Gina claims the meeting between the pair was productive, neither were prepared to let bygones be bygones. With filming of the series wrapping-up last year, Gina was hoping the fellow housewives could move on from the raging conflicts that engulfed the first season. Unfortunately, a détente was far from being on the cards.

Gina was able to bury the hatchet with cougar property developer Janet Roach and celebrity psychic Jackie Gillies by the series finale, and no tension had ever existed with catering corporation owner Chyka Keebaugh – who the housewives refer to as ‘Switzerland’, due to her neutrality in the ongoing conflicts. But being on good terms with three of the five women she stars with isn’t enough to keep her contracted to the Real Housewives franchise.

If the producers can’t make the changes happen, Gina admits to being open to signing on for her own spin-off. ‘I think that I've still got a lot to give in terms of entertainment. I've got a lot of one-liners left, a lot of information going on, I think I've always had a sense of humour that is quite dry and unexpected in a way, because I tend to not have an expression on my face.’

Would you like to see Gina in her own spin off show and who would you like to see return for a second season? Tell us in the comment section below!

The Real Housewives of Melbourne airs Sunday nights at 8:30pm only on Foxtel's Arena!

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