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Kameron Westcott And D’Andra Simmons Spill The Tea On RHOD Season 2 Drama!

The Real Housewives of Dallas newcomers D’Andra Simmons and Kameron Westcott spill all the hot tea about Season 2 drama and what tease what fans can expect from them. The two new Bravo reality stars also share more details about their social-status and business life.

So who are these new Dallas wives?!

“I am a fifth generation Dallas-ite,” D'Andra Simmons told Entertainment Tonight during "Housewives Happy Hour" interview. “I wanted people to see what really, true Dallas was about. It was portrayed last season, but I think we're gonna bring a little bit different aspect, 'cause we live in a different part of Dallas and our families have known each other for a long time.”

Kameron is a transplant from Montecito, California, but she’s been in Dallas for over a decade, first moving to DFW for college at SMU and later marrying into a family that’s been in Dallas for as long as D’Andra’s has.

“A lot of people in my life told me not to do the show,” Kameron admits. “But I want America to see … what Dallas [is] really like.”

If you thought that Season 1 had money, these two new ladies are LOADED! On the first episode, D’Andra describes herself as “a wealthy girl,” while co-star Cary Deuber explains that there are rich people and then there are wealthy people who write rich people’s checks -- and Kameron falls into that “wealthy” category. Both women have staff at their homes, which are located in one of Dallas’ most exclusive (and most expensive) neighborhoods, Highland Park.

“Some [people] don't like [us], 'cause we're from Highland Park and we're judged,” Kameron shares.

Unlike some new ‘Wives thrown into other cities, D’Andra and Kameron actually know the women in the cast -- and know them well. In addition to being neighbors themselves, D’Andra has been pals with Cary and LeeAnne Locken for more than 10 years. It was D'Andra's wedding that became a point of contention between LeeAnne and Cary at the season one reunion.

“I think I'm friends with everyone, but you never know until you see the episode,” D’Andra teases. “[Then] you're like, whoa! Oh, she really doesn’t like me.”

While they wouldn’t name names, D’Andra and Kameron say season two’s biggest pot-stirrer is on the younger side… with red hair. Of course, there’s only one co-star who fits that description and that is Brandi Redmond. The ladies describe the former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader as a “wild spitfire.”

So how did the ladies feel doing RHOD?! “It was much more than I expected it to be,” D’Andra confesses. “Much more.”

“I really was a deer in headlights,” Kameron adds, calling the filming process “confusing.”

“People's behaviors confuse me every day,” she says. “Like, we'll be hanging out and something will happen and I'm like, what? Did that really just happen? We were just, like, friends! I've never been around with a group of women where there's so much drama.”

D’Andra compares the experience to riding a bucking bull, noting that, “There's a couple people on the show that can mow you down in like 15 seconds flat.”

The Real Housewives of Dallas airs Monday nights at 10pm/9c on Bravo! For International TV Listings, click here!

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