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Erika Girardi Gives Advice To The Real Housewives Of Sydney: “Just Show Up And Be Yourself”

As we previously reported, Bravo decided not to air The Real Housewives of Sydney because the network thinks the show is "too extreme" for U.S. audiences. Now, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Giradi is offering some advice to the Sydney ladies following the unfortunate news.

Girardi, admits she’s only seen the show “very briefly” but believes that if women are constantly being nasty it’s because their “lives are boring.”

“Everyone loves the drama and the conflict, but you have to round out those edges,” she told The Daily Telegraph. “The great thing about us is we have our own lives. Lisa Vanderpump owns restaurants, Lisa Rinnahas a clothing line and Kyle Richards is the executive producer of her own television show. We don’t have just one card to play. We have other things going on so you don’t have to play the mean card or the shrill card all the time.”

Meanwhile, Speaking with The Daily Mail Australia, the dance/pop singer urged the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney to stay true to themselves, conflict aside.

While Erika admitted that tension and drama was all part of being on the show, she believed women should overall focus on being "their authentic self."

"If you're cast on the show, just show up and be yourself," she told the publication. "I assure you, you won't have to push very hard for conflict, it will come."

She added that the women should always be prepared to speak with conviction and back themselves up. "If you say something, you need to stand behind it, that's my best advice," she said.

Erika admitted she had hardly seen it and wasn't sure why it had been dubbed "too nasty" for American television.

"I don't know why it was dubbed too nasty, but I think its important to have not only conflict but also friendship on the show."

While appearing on KIIS FM's Kyle And Jackie O on Monday, Girardi spoke of the Real Housewives of Sydney after being played an audio snippet, joining Kyle in his desire to get it on American television.

Despite being rejected b Bravo, Erika promised to put in a good word to The Real Housewives franchise executive producer, Andy Cohen.

"I'm gonna text the boss and tell him "they're giving me a hard time down here.""

Do you agree with Erika's advice? Sound off in the comments below!

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