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Gizelle Bryant Reveals She Was Originally Asked To Join The Cast Of ‘Real Housewives All-Stars’ Series For Peacock!

Gizelle Bryant dropped a huge bombshell as the Real Housewives of Potomac star revealed that she was originally asked to join the cast of Peacock’s upcoming ‘Real Housewives’ All-Stars vacation series.

Bryant shared that she'd love to be a part of a future season after production issues caused her to miss the first round.

"I was actually going to do it," she told Digital Spy. "It was in pre-production for me and [Porsha Williams, of Real Housewives of Atlanta], as well as some of the other ladies that they went with."

She continued, "But then COVID hit. So, that group was cancelled. But, yes, I would love to do it. [The current season] looks phenomenal."

When asked which Housewives from other cities she'd love to share a vacation villa with in future seasons, Gizelle said the following: 

"I think that based off the chemistry I have with Porsha [on Bravo's Chat Room], I would love to do it with her. Shannon Beador [from Orange County], I think would be amazing. Dorit [from Beverly Hills]... New York girls, Leah, I think would be super fun. Heather Gay from Salt Lake. I think she'd be great."

"If I had to put a list together, I could get that list to Bravo in four seconds!"

The mother-of-three told the outlet that she'd love to be a part of a future season.

In May 2021, a rep for Peacock officially revealed the cast for the upcoming series, which will stream sometime in November on the NBCUniversal streaming service.

The official cast of the first season includes The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore, The Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga, The Real Housewives of New York City's Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards.

The series began filming at Turks and Caicos in April 2021 and wrapped production in late May.


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