Royal Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Erika Jayne is currently in rehearsals for her upcoming Broadway debut in the award-winning musical. Chicago. Jayne is taking on the role of Roxie Hart while also filming season 10 of RHOBH, and it is rumored that the next season is so boring that they had to bring Camille Grammar and numerous students to bring some drama.
Jayne recently spoke with Page sixand she said her rehearsals for Chicago She feels great right now, but she admits that when opening night arrives on January 6, "she will probably throw up in a bucket outside the stage."
Jayne explained that starring in a Broadway show is very different from being a full-time cast member on RHOBH
"You can't rehearse Housewives. Let me say it again. You can't rehearse Housewives because it's natural and at the moment, "he said The pretty mess Author. "You can rehearse Broadway and that is what we are doing and that is where all the hard work for Broadway comes in."
Fans may be surprised to learn that Jayne is not the first RHOBH cast member to play Roxie Hart on Broadway. In 2007, Lisa Rinna assumed the role in front of her husband, Harry Hamlin.
Bravo cameras have followed Jayne in recent weeks as he temporarily moves to New York and prepares for his Broadway debut. But, numerous reports claim that filming for next season has not gone well without Lisa Vanderpump, and that forced the producers to bring Grammar back, who said that after the season 9 meeting he would not return, and another student like Brandi Glanville, Kim Richards and Eileen Davidson.
When a fan asked producer Andy Cohen on Twitter why they would bring the old cast members if Season 10 went so well, he had a simple explanation.
"Because we try to bring them back almost every year at some point," Cohen said.
As for Jayne, he says a lot has happened during Season 10, and it's "all great." Then he added: "Pressure makes diamonds."
Season 10 of Royal Housewives of Beverly Hills He will return with the new cast members Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, in addition to the entire cast last season, without Vanderpump, in new episodes that will be released in Bravo in early 2020.