After three low-rated seasons, it looks like Bravo finally pulled the plug of Real Housewives of Miami. The show was the least popular in the Real Housewives franchise, earning even fewer viewers than Real Housewives of D.C.
On Monday night’s episode of Real Housewives of Miami, Marysol Patton has a meeting with her dad on camera and reveals that before her mother Elsa suffered a stroke this March, her parents were about to divorce after 50 years together.
The cast of The Real Housewives of Miami held their Season 3 Premiere party at Lou La Vie in Miami Tuesday, but fan favorite Mama Elsa Patton was disappointingly not in attendance. Mama Elsa’s daughter Marysol Patton explained her mother’s absence to The Miami Herald‘s Madeleine Marr, revealing the sad news that Elsa is still recovering from a stroke she suffered back in March.
The Real Housewives of Miami is returning to Bravo in less than two months and along with a couple of casting changes comes two weddings, an arrest and a wild bachelorette party. The new season is jam-packed with drama and is sure to be the most memorable yet.
Filming for the third season 3 of The Real Housewives of Miami got underway yesterday, March 28, in South Beach. Marysol Patton and Alexia Echevarria hit the beach in their workout gear and went for a waterfront run with Bravo cameras in tow.
Changes are coming to The Real Housewives of Miami. Last season‘s show included a whopping seven (and a half if you include Alexia Echevarria) wives but season 3 may not have as many. Karent Sierra, who was one of four new ladies added for season 2, has decided to leave the show and original wife Marysol Patton has taken on a reduced role.
It’s only February 22 but for fans of The Real Housewives it is already March Madness! Ryan Seacrest has been running a “Who’s Your Favorite Housewife?” tournament and the field is down to the Terrific Ten! We wanted to make sure Starcasm readers’ voices were heard so we’re sharing the poll with you. Keep reading to cast your vote (Voting is only open through Monday at 11:59PM), check out the current standings, and find out which franchise surprisingly had no finalists!
During the first Season of Real Housewives of Miami, we saw Marysol Patton marry Phillippe Pautesta-Herda in a romantic Aspen wedding. By the time the second season was filming, though, the pair had already split. They decided to divorce by the season finale, and viewers never really got to see them as a couple.
At some point on camera fellow castmate Lea Black made a comment about Marysol and Phillippe’s marriage being a green card marriage, and that comment became a source of sore debate in the Season 2 reunion show.