The ladies behind The Real Housewives of Miami reboot are doing just fine after a medical emergency interrupted filming on Thursday.
Radar is told Larsa Pippen, Adriana de Moura, Alexia Echevarria, Marysol Patton, and Lisa Hochstein are all "fine" following the scary incident that required an ambulance and multiple police cars.
An emergency erupted when the group was filming at a lavish $8.5 million mansion in The Hamptons, New York.
Nearby paparazzi caught the chaos, capturing photos of an ambulance rushing towards the sprawling Montauk property.
The Sun posted footage from the scene, showing medical personnel responding to the incident.
According to the outlet, a "cast member fell ill on the morning of July 22."
"They were treated onsite and did not need to be transported to hospital,” an eyewitness said, which matches what we're being told.
The morning medical emergency didn't stop the ladies from getting their party on.
The RHOM star's rented the gorgeous property to host an event for Larsa Pippen's jewelry line.
Several of the women shared footage of the blinded-out event. Everyone seemed to have a ball, despite the hiccup that occurred only hours before.
It's still unclear which housewife suffered the health scare.
As Radar exclusively reported in April, Larsa was offered a contract to join the Peacock reboot.
Despite being interested straight out the gate, she hesitated to sign her John Hancock -- only because one major player stood in her way, her estranged husband, Scottie Pippen.
At the time, we told the former NBA star wasn't thrilled with Larsa staying in Miami. He wanted her back in Los Angeles.
Our sources said Scottie was "trying to force" his estranged wife back to the Golden State with their teenagers.
Radar learned the exes had reached a deal in May, and Larsa was officially a RHOM cast member once again!
Besides Pippen, Echevarria, Patton, Hochstein, and de Moura, RHOM is also said to include newcomers Niki Barth, Nicole Martin, Guerdy Abraira, and Julia Lemigova.
RHOM first aired in 2011 but only lasted until 2013.