Monday, January 23, 2017

Gamble Breaux Admits She Regrets Her Feud With Real Housewives Of Sydney Star Lisa Oldfield!

Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux made headlines back in December for slamming The cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney by calling them "feral." The petite blonde beauty is sharing her thoughts about the upcoming new Housewives series and explains why she regrets her infamous feud with RHOS cast member Lisa Oldfield.

And again, the petite blonde seemed to take another swipe at the cast when speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald recently.

The 44-year-old art collector and consultant explains why she once called the Sydney cast "feral" and this they will make The Real Housewives of Melbourne "look like pussycats".

She said her views come from having lived in her native Sydney - the eastern suburbs - before moving to Victoria, where she lives in Mt Eliza with husband  Dr Rick Wolfe.

"Sydney women, if they are gold diggers, they are the worst. They will cut your throat. My experience is they can be the most slanderous, evil, and calculated," she told The Sydney Morning Herald. "They'll do anything to destroy you and get your man. Trust me, I know."

But the Foxtel reality star clarified she's not entirely sure if the Sydney cast will act the same way as other Sydney women and regrets having a feud with Real Housewives of Sydney cast member Lisa Oldfield.

"I am sorry I fought with Lisa because I have inside intel and apparently she is quite reasonable compared to the others. I think she'd be the one I'd get on the most with after what I have heard about the other girls," Breaux said.

Back in September, Breaux lashed out at Lisa Oldfield, who had made repeated attacks on the Melbourne cast in the media. Taking to Facebook, Gamble commented: "(Anna Wintour) wannabe can eat my p***y lips! Good luck riding off our ratings you stupid old cow. Blood sucking ticks like you wouldn't survive in Melbourne."

After Lisa dissed the Melbourne ladies yet again, Gamble responded again with another slam. "I hear Real Housewives of Sydney is already getting rave reviews... from its cast! I suggest Lisa save her petty bulls**t for the unfortunate women she will be spending the next four months with."

Despite her recent comments about RHOS, Gamble thinks the upcoming show will be "awesome."

"I was commenting about the women in the eastern suburbs that I knew. I don't know any of the cast but presume if they're anything like the people I've met, it will be full on," she told The Daily Mail Australia. "I've heard from behind the scenes that it's hilarious wacky and intense. I'll be watching!"

Breaux, who is married to eye surgeon Dr. Rick Wolfe, swore she is not worried about all of the attention that the Sydney installment is receiving while the RHOMelbourne are waiting for their fourth season to launch, which Breaux assured they will be "filming soon".

"No, no we will be just doing our own thing. All of us are pretty shameless. The producers just give us a bottle of champagne and leave us to our own devices," she said.

The Real Housewives of Sydney premieres on Sunday, February 26 on Arena. The Real Housewives of Melbourne has been officially renewed for a fourth season and is set to return later this year.

Photo Credit: Wire Image

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