Season 2 of Real Housewives All-Stars is allegedly a go.
According to celebrity gossip website Deuxmoi – which recently received an email tip from an anonymous sender – filming for the second season of the highly anticipated spinoff special will begin filming in September, "pending any last-minute COVID issues."
The season is said to be "based around an East Coast Housewife," with the tipster adding, "Not who you'd expect to see."
Of course, there's always the possibility that one or more beloved Housewives from other cities and/or years past make the cut!
The source teased that "fans will be very pleased, based on some recent happenings" and that the miniseries will offer "lots of surprises" in addition to the unexpected cast.
Season 1 of the experimental venture – which filmed for one week this past April in Turks and Caicos – is slated to premiere in November on streaming service Peacock, which is also home to the in-production Real Housewives of Miami reboot.
As Radar exclusively reported, Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards, New Jersey's Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga, Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey and Kenya Moore, and New York's Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer stayed in a massive oceanfront villa while filming the first-of-its-kind show.
Provided by Kyle's husband Mauricio Umansky's incredibly successful real estate firm – The Agency – the Triton Luxury Villa at 203 Long Bay Beach Drive rests comfortably on a two-acre property on the scenic, 17-mile-long island of Providenciales.
Built in 2015, the seven-bedroom, six-bathroom, 12,757-square-foot abode sold in the summer of 2020 for a whopping $11.5 million.
Though Deuxmoi's source did not reveal the location for Season 2 – or whether it had even been selected – it'll likely follow in Season 1's footsteps and be a totally opulent place.
We sure hope the drama will follow suit!
"The Housewives have arrived at the house in Turks & Caicos," an insider tweeted at the time. "I'm told Ramona instantly ran to get the best bedroom and has pissed off the other women. She has already called Kenya a b---h and they haven't even been there for an hour. Buckle up!!"