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Lisa Barlow Admits She Was ‘Surprised’ By The Drama On The First Season Of RHOSLC!

Lisa Barlow is opening up about joining The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The VIDA tequila founder reveals she was taken aback by her cast members who brought the drama in season one.

“There’s a couple of [pot-stirrers],” Barlow told Page Six. “Like, shockingly, a couple of them. I was surprised.”

“I think some people are just naturally emotional and lead with emotion, so you got their natural, maybe even intensified emotion, but then I think there were some — two in particular — that would like anything for camera.”

While Lisa didn’t name names, she hinted that co-star Mary Cosby may be one of them, calling her a “feisty little church woman.”

If you recall, Mary reportedly married her late grandmother’s second husband, Robert, in order to take over the family business.

“I think when you first hear it, it’s like, ‘Wait, what? Who is Mary married to?'” Barlow said of the controversial nuptials. “And then when you really understand her story, I think people might have a different understanding or perspective of it.”

Lisa told the outlet that she is closest to co-star Meredith Marks, whom she’s known for almost a decade.

“We were set up on a friend date,” Barlow said, adding that their real-life friendship has made it “so much easier because I know what to expect from her.”

Barlow also shared that filming was not affected by the coronavirus pandemic because they wrapped right before quarantine.

“We filmed from the end of November until literally the weekend before the country shut down, so we were so lucky to have wrapped,” she said, adding that it was “so great” that the cameras were able to capture some of the most fun events Utah has to offer like the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City.

“We have the four seasons here and every season is so different and dynamic, but winter is unbelievable in Utah,” Barlow told Page Six. “It’s so good, so I’m excited for everyone to see our snow-capped mountains.”

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