Welcome back to Miami! I'm so thrilled to be able to say that to all the viewers out there!
What is there but a dream? This season we dared to dream, and we dreamt big and fierce. In fact, we did more than dream, we actually realized our dreams of showing the city we love and live in as it should be shown. In this season Miami becomes the main character in which we all work hard, play harder, fall in love, break up, fight, and make up. We the "originals" are being joined by four new ladies, who are all fabulous. In fact, the new cast even includes an aristocrat! That's right! Sir Dudley Do Right, my King Charles Cavalier, who even has a full size sculpture made in his honor.
I really can't wait to show you all that went on, but also would like to say that I'm filled with gratitude towards all the fans and who believed in us and for Bravo who had the vision to see that inside the cocoon was a beautiful butterfly -- Miami! And I promise you that this new season of Miami will not disappoint! It is full of fun, drama, romance, fashion, and last but not least, ART! Which happens to be my passion and career. All these elements made us go through a roller coaster ride of emotions in which we laughed, cried, hated, and also loved. All of this will now be viewed and felt by you as well. So hold tight, buckle up, and feel the rush!
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You are one of my favorites. I have been living and cruising on our sailboat for 14yrs now. Your yacht is going to be fantastic. I can't wait to see the refit done. I noticed Yachting had an article online about it. Frederic gets KUDOS for restoring that beauty back to her former Glory. She will be a floating antique. Anyone can buy a new yacht but what he is doing is beyond words. They don't make them like her anymore. Can't wait to see her finished. Enjoy and take plenty of pictures through the refit and make a coffee table book out of it!.
Adriana, I can't wait ! The season 2 first episode was so exciting and from what I can see from the upcoming episodes there is even more excitement to come. I'm a Miami housewife myself and although i am taking a few bruises along the way, i am learning to love this vibrant city. You are a stellar example of the young women who immigrate to this city and achieve incredible success, personally and professionally. Your son must be very proud.... or certainly will be as he grows older and recognizes your accomplishments. Ok-- one catty comment: I couldn't help but feel really good about you turning around and punching Joanna. She kept coming after you!, lol ! The episode will be interesting, I'm sure.
You're my favorite housewife on the show! You are beautiful, smart, and sassy. You are a strong asset to the show. Hope you share some Brazilian culture with the viewers. I love your antique boat, you just have to wait and see the vision, I am sure you will love it once it's updated and remodeled. Keep being genuine and fabulous! Hopefully I will get to see you if you ever to an appearance in Chicago.
I'm married to a brazilian man and he always would tell me how he never wanted to marry brazilian woman because they just want to find someone with money to marry them and take care of them (and too much drama). I still don't really believe that all brazilian women are that way - we are all individuals. However, I guess there is some stereotype about that and you lived up to it. He laughed through the season one repeat, the reunion, the first episode that just aired. He was like 'See, this is why I married an American woman!" You said disgusting things at the reunion. My husband said 'thats what they do, they air every bit of gossip they've heard." I hope your behavior is better this season.
brazuka That is a huge generalization you made about Brazilian women. I know many and they are all different in many ways. Many of them said they would never marry a Brazilian man because of this and that. And that to is a generalization.
@CaliSteve I regret posting that with the wording I used. I said above I don't think brazilian women are that way. I know quite a few who are hard workers and very good financial planners. I was put off by Adrianna because she seems like a golddigger. I was trying to point out that its too bad that she is somewhat representing brazilian women by being on this huge show. There are plenty of stereotypes about American women - Americanas are too sexually aggressive with men, we can't cook, we're lazy and materialistic (I'm not any of these things). I've heard and witnessed the stereotypes about brazilian men. No, they are not all that way, but the stereotypes exist for a reason...
@Esther194 Yes! Thank goodness! I could not take one more minute of them. And back off into obscurity they go!