Real Housewives fans are getting an early Christmas gift in the form of Ultimate Girls Trip, following a selection of the most iconic Housewives across the franchise jetting on holiday.
The cast travel to Turks and Caicos, with New Jersey stars Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga, New York OGs Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps, Atlanta favourites Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore, and Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards making up the group.
The episodes are out now on hayu, with Ramona branding Teresa a ‘scarecrow’ and suggesting that she has ‘no brain’ in the first few minutes.
Speaking of the scenes, the Jersey native told Metro.co.uk she was left upset by the comments, and said: ‘Of course, I didn’t like what Ramona said in the first episode. Listen, you don’t say anything hurtful about someone… ‘Get to know the person first!
‘I can’t wait for you guys to see how she eats her words afterwards.
‘At this point in your life you should think before you talk, you know? I’m not perfect either, none of us are perfect. We all say things that are not appropriate at certain points in our lives. I think you live and learn, and you learn lessons in life.’
Teresa Giudice revealed her battles with Ramona Singer on Ultimate Girls Trip (Picture: Getty)
‘I was a little shocked to hear that. I could have said things about Ramona, but I wanted to get to know her first before opening my mouth,’ she insisted. ‘Obviously, she knows I’m going to see that and I guess she didn’t care.
‘I’m not like that, I never throw the first punch. [If] someone comes for me then I have no problem going back at them.
‘I’m not an evil person, I’m not a mean person. I try to be as genuine and real as I am.’
Despite the drama, it seems as though the pair were able to bury the hatchet, as the mum-of-four went on to describe all of her co-stars as ‘lovely’.
Ramona branded Teresa a ‘scarecrow’ in the first few minutes of UGT (Picture: Getty)
As dramatic as the episodes are – and fans have seen just how wild things can be over the years – Teresa also emphasised how ‘empowering’ she found filming.
‘Drama does happen,’ she told us. ‘Put seven women together and then, of course, someone’s going to get on each other’s nerves eventually.
‘But what I liked about this show is [that] no one was really – I mean, not that I could see – no one was really vindictive or trying to hurt anyone or trying to take anyone down.
‘I felt like it was more woman empowerment, and if there was something we didn’t like, we spoke our mind and we said it.
‘I really enjoyed being on the show and all the women were lovely.’
We wonder how long that will last…
The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip is available to stream on hayu.