On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10, viewers saw Garcelle Beauvais move into a brand new home that she described as her "haven." However, as Andy Cohen explained on the show's September 23 episode, "What we didn't see was that it was threatened by a wildfire."
"I was asleep, I woke up around, like, 5:30 a.m. and I grabbed my phone and there's a text from Erika [Girardi]," Garcelle recalled. "And she's like, 'Is your house OK?'"
In never-before-seen interview footage, Garcelle revealed that the fires gave her major doubts about her choice to relocate to the San Fernando Valley. "These fires have made me have second thoughts about where I'm moving," she said. "I don't want to have to pick up in the middle of the night and run."
She added: "If the house burns, I have no idea what we'll do. I don't have a plan B."
In another previously unseen moment, Garcelle cried as she talked to a friend on the phone about the potential of their new home being destroyed. "I just burst into tears when I heard it was Porter Ranch," she said. "We're so looking forward to moving and starting over and just, you know, changing everything."
Thinking back on the terrifying experience, Garcelle told Andy during the episode that "it was really stressful." Luckily, the house was undamaged and, as seen earlier in the season, Garcelle and her sons were able to move in. "I love it so much," Garcelle said of the home. "And I am so happy that we were in before quarantine, that made a big difference."
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