Monday, February 20, 2017

Lisa Vanderpump Offers Advice To The Cast Of The Real Housewives Of Sydney: “Keep It Honest And Be Yourself”

Lisa Vanderpump is passing on some words of advice to the ladies of the upcoming new installment in the world wide Real Housewives franchise; the Real Housewives Of Sydney. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules star told the Sydney cast that they should strive to stay true to who they are.

"Keep it honest and be yourself,' she told The Daily Telegraph, 'The audience will see straight through you if you don't."

While the Real Housewives Of Sydney makes its premiere this Sunday, one of the show's stars is already been causing controversy.

Lisa Oldfield's ex-politician husband David Oldfield is reportedly not impressed by what he's seen in episodes already released.

The 41-year-old housewife told OK! Magazine on Thursday: "He's very unhappy, to the point where we aren't talking at the moment."

Lisa will appear alongside some of Australia's most glamorous socialites and has already proven she'll be a force to be reckoned with in promos for the series, reports The Daily Mail.

However, she hinting her former politician husband is already displeased towards his portrayal on the Arena production from watching a mere three episodes.

"He feels he's been marginalised and emasculated," the businesswoman added.

Lisa admitted the married couple of 16 years had already been struggling through a rough patch: "The show magnified it, but it had been festering for a while."

That's not all. slammed the Melbourne cast.

Back in September, Lisa Oldfield got into a feud with Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux after she publicly made repeated attacks on the Melbourne cast.

Taking to Facebook, Gamble fired back: "(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!" she told The Daily Mail. "I suggest Lisa save her petty bulls**t for the unfortunate women she will be spending the next four months with."

The first season of The Real Housewives of Sydney premieres on Sunday, February 26 at 8:30pm on Arena In Australia and on Tuesday, February 28 at 8:30pm on Bravo NZ in New Zealand. For International TV Listings, click here!

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