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Krissy Marsh Dishes Real Housewives Of Sydney Drama: “I Think It Was Too Much For Even The Producers To Put In”

Krissy Marsh is opening up about being on The Real Housewives of Sydney, and dishes on cast feuds, and teases what fans can expect from the show's first season and more. The former model claims she didn't want to be a part of Foxtel reality series at first but she was convinced to join the show by someone close to her.

"Nicole O'Neil. "My friend Nicole O'Neil stopped me in the street when I was with my two poodles, Bondi and Bronte, walking through Double Bay and she said 'I'm on the phone to the producers of the Real Housewives of Sydney' and I said 'Not in a million years would I even consider doing it'," Marsh told

"Anyway, I ignored her and kept walking to my apartment. I called my husband, he lives in Shanghai, and he goes 'Baby, why not? You're made for this' and that was how simple it was."

The reality franchise has become synonymous around the world for the dramas and feuds that break out between the women involved, and Marsh says the Sydney installment isn't going to be any different.

She admits she's been quite shocked by some of the things that have gone down between the housewives.

"There's still fighting off camera at photo shoots.The first big fight that happened in Singapore, I was in such shock. It is really confronting and it is real," she said.

"You think about the arguments that occur between friends if you're together constantly and they're all really strong, opinionated, women, so eventually mix that with alcohol and not a lot of sleep and before you know it, things happen. One woman chased after and attacked another woman when the cameras weren't even rolling. She had to get protection so if you don't tell me that's real, what is real?"

Marsh says some of the worst behavior hasn't even made it on to the show.

"I think it was too much for even the producers to put in. There are five of us who are really good friends and will be for life and there are two who are not so much," she said.

Sydney is the second Australian version of the reality television franchise, as Melbourne was the first installment, but Marsh thinks the Sydney version has the edge over Melbourne and explains what makes two so different.

"On Melbourne you didn't see people's families and children. With Sydney you see the children and the families and that's going to be the difference," she added. "We've really opened up our lives to scrutiny."

The Real Housewives of Sydney airs Sunday nights at 8:30pm on Arena in Australia and on Tuesday nights at 8:30pm on Bravo NZ in New Zealand. For International TV Listings, click here!

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