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Alliances Have Shifted on RHODubai Season 2: "Somebody Stole Your Best Friend" (VIDEO)

See the jaw-dropping supertease for RHODubai Season 2.

By Allison Crist

The time has officially come for The Real Housewives of Dubai to make their return. 

How to Watch

Watch the Season 2 premiere of The Real Housewives of Dubai Sunday June 2nd at 9/8c on Bravo and stream next day on Peacock.

That's right: The lavish ladies of Dubai will soon be bringing their signature glitz and glam to Bravo when Season 2 premieres this June. Get all the details on the upcoming season (including the confirmed cast list!) by scrolling below, and be sure to check out the supertease up top. 

When does The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2 premiere? 

Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Dubai premieres on Sunday, June 2 at 9:00pm ET/PT on Bravo. Beginning Tuesday, June 11, the series will move to its regular timeslot of Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.  Episodes will stream next day on Peacock.

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Who is the cast for The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2? 

Caroline Stanbury, Caroline Brooks, Lesa Milan, Sara al Madani, and Chanel Ayan will all be back for Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Dubai. Additionally, they'll be joined by new Housewife Taleen Marie.

Bravolebrities at the Diving Into Dubai panel at BravoCon2023.

Who is Real Housewives of Dubai newcomer Taleen Marie?

Taleen's casting, as fans may recall, was previously announced at BravoCon 2023. There, select attendees were treated to a screening of the Season 2 premiere, which revealed that Taleen is a talented musician who's worked with the likes of Christina Aguilera and Sting, as she name-dropped them in the episode. Taleen also shared that she previously lived in Los Angeles, though she relocated to Dubai to be with her husband.

As for how Taleen knows the Dubai ladies, she's close friends with Caroline Brooks.

Taleen Marie, of The Real Housewives of Dubai, in a floor length gold and jeweled gown.

What can fans expect on The Real Housewives of Dubai Season 2?

The official press release for Season 2 reads, "The flashy, fun and fabulous ladies of The Real Housewives of Dubai are back in the City of Gold for Season 2. This year, the women must balance new dynamics in the group, their demanding family lives and their ever-growing successful businesses. When alliances shift, the ladies question their loyalty to each other as some friendships are left in the desert dust."

More Details on RHODubai Season 2

Things are getting hot in Dubai — and it's not just because of the sky-high temperature. 
"Dubai is hot," Ayan says at the top of the supertease. "But I come in hotter."

Ayan can be seen clashing with her former bestie, Lesa, in the teaser as well.
"Lesa, somebody stole your best friend, babe," one castmate says as Ayan and Caroline Stanbury grow closer together.

"Ayan's jumping on the Stanwagon," Lesa responds. "The only wagons I ride are G [wagons]."

The heat continues as the ladies discuss Sara Al Madani's new boyfriend.
"He is so hot," Caroline Brooks says. "Sara!"

Meanwhile, Caroline Stanbury and husband Sergio Carrallo are still exploring their options to expand their family as he declares that it's a dealbreaker for their relationship. However, the news isn't exciting to Stanbury's daughter, Yasmine.
"It's all about pleasing Sergio, and that really upsets me," Yasmine says as she begins to get emotional.  

Viewers are also formally introduced to new addition, Taleen, in the supertease.
"Taleen is a free spirit," Brooks says about the newbie. 
In her own interview, Taleen describes herself. 
"I can get a little assy," Taleen says. "But, most of the time, I'm classy."

She also has a profound message for the group during a dinner at the end of the teaser.

"This was the straw that broke the camel's back," she says. "And there's a lot of camels in Dubai."

Season 1 of The Real Housewives of Dubai is available to stream on Peacock now. 

Originally published Feb 29, 2024.

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