The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 11 Trailer

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are back for season 11... and the just-released trailer is teasing a season filled with drama and diamonds.

The season 11 cast includes RHOBH vets Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Dorit Kemsley and Garcelle Beauvais with new additions Crystal Kung Minkoff, Kathy Hilton and Sutton Stracke (who guest-appeared last season).


It looks like season 11 will closely follow Erika's divorce from longtime husband Thomas Girardi.

In the trailer, Erika shared:

"I did not see it ending this way. I was gonna hold that man's hand until he died."

The season also promises a continuation of the everlasting Kyle-Kim drama, which has been going on since the very first season. (P.S. Kim isn't even apart of the cast this season.)

But sister Kathy is holding it down in Kim's place.

in the trailer, she told Kyle that their sister "changed her number," to which Kyle seemed genuinely surprised.

And would it really be a satisfying season if it didn't cover the new Scott Disick-Amelia Hamlin fling? Lucky for us, Bravo's giving us the scoop.

In the trailer, the women discuss the new romance, with Kyle saying:

"He's too damn old. And he's got three kids."

Lisa replied:

"I know!"

You can catch the news season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills May 19th on Bravo.

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