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The Beverly Hills 'Wives Hit Rome! ✈️

On tonight's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the cast is heading out to Rome, Italy for a vacation! While the trip looks like fun, the show teased some intense drama that happens over dinner.

While catching up with Teddi Mellencamp, the wife told us the trip isn't so fun at times...

"It's a tough trip... and you're gonna see it," Mellencamp said. "Seven months pregnant, traveling... like it was not the world's easiest trip by any means."

We'll be watching new episodes Wednesday nights on Bravo!

'The Real Housewives of Potomac' Finally Return! 📺

The ladies from Potomac are finally back on our screens! Season five premieres this weekend and three of the wives are giving us a taste of what's to come.

When looking back on the season, Potomac OG Robyn Dixon teased a lot we have yet to see...

"There's so much more that's not included in the trailer that could have been included in the trailer," Dixon said. "We really can't move forward until we see the show."

The new season also introduces new housewife, Dr. Wendy Osefo! The political commentator and college professor told us about her growth in her debut season...

"I felt like a caterpillar through the season, but at the very end, I became a butterfly," Osefo said.

But one thing on every fan's mind is the heated fight coming from Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard Bassett. Tensions boil throughout the season before things turn physical and Monique's hoping to move on from the altercation...

"If we both had better energy back then, I feel like we could have handled that whole situation in a much better way," Samuels said. "I've been quiet this whole time, so I'm just excited to share my side of the story and address what needs to be addressed."

We can't wait to watch! The Real Housewives of Potomac premieres August 2nd on Bravo.

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