The Real Housewives of Melbourne Gets Green Light for Second Series [WATCH VIDEO]

By Ambika Thakur | 4 years ago
The Real Housewives of Melbourne Gets Green Light for Second Series [WATCH VIDEO]
Alex Perry launches new designer eyewear range at Marble Bar, Hilton Hotel Sydney Date 29 February 2012, 18:37 Source Alex PerryUploaded by russaviaAuthor Eva Rinaldi from Sydney Australia/Wikimedia Commons

It’s time for another scoop from the cast of  the “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” Gina Liano, Jackie Gillies, Janet Roach, Andrea Moss, Chyka Keebaugh and Lydia Schiavello all are making headlines, but for distinctly different reasons. Read on for details about “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” as it gets the green light for a second series. Also, check out the controversial tirades that happened in the previous season, which was re-visited in the show’s reunion special.

“The Real Housewives of Melbourne” has taken the Australian audience by storm since it premiered on February 23, 2014, on Arena TV. One small word has beleaguered the whole first season of “The Real Housewives Of Melbourne,” but the truth has ultimately been revealed about whether the 47-year-old barrister Gina Liano did indeed drop the C-bomb or not.

Even though she strongly denied it, Liano was caught out calling co-star Lydia Schiavello a c*** five times in covert footage which was revealed in the second part of the show’s reunion special.

“She’s a c***, I’m going to tell her,” she said to Janet Roach in the rest room after the two woman drew back during a war of words with Andrea Moss in an earlier episode.

“Yeah, she’s a c****… she’s a c***,” said Liano five times.

Gina had told Jackie Gillies that the word shouldn’t be used to portray another lady in the second episode of “The Real Housewives Of Melbourne” Season 1. That means she has realized her mistake already. But, it’s too late because audio from her bathroom chat was revealed to all six ladies and host Alex Perry.

“You said no woman should say that about another woman and here you are, saying it five times,” said a stunned Jackie.

“I didn’t walk up to someone and call them that,” replied Gina.

“No, you were saying that about her behind her back and five times, which is worse. What the viewers needed to see was the true Gina Liano,” said Jackie.

Gina was averse to confess her misconduct, but even Chyka Keebaugh aka Swish saint and her only friend on the show turned against her. Gina’s long term rival Andrea Moss was unpredictably abstained from the concern, letting the other Housewives voice her concerns.

Forget the charity balls and the doggie dress-up parties! The most noticeable activity all through the first season of “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” was the quarrelling and war of words.

After all the verbal battles, the reunion special of “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” concluded on a whimsical moment as Lydia made a peace offering to Gina, presenting her a copy of a book titled “The Vagina” (a funny  story that pointed to when Gina implied she should write a book on her own genitalia).

With all that drama that happened on “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” Season 1, it’s not at all surprising that “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” gets the green light for a second series. According to Arena TV,  “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” has been commissioned for Season 2. Foxtel reportedly announced the news.

And that’s it for MNG’s “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” scoop. Stay tuned here at Movie News Guide (MNG) for more details coming up about the “The Real Housewives of Melbourne” including spoilers and recaps of the reality show.

Check out the video below.

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Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/Eva Rinaldi


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