12 Most Forgotten Real Housewives

  
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Bravo’s most franchised series is the popular reality show known as the Real Housewives. It initially began as one show, Real Housewives of Orange County, but because of their enormous success, the show now spans over multiple cities and has been a launching pad for spin off shows. The series has been around for quite some time now — believe it or not, The Real Housewives of Orange County first aired about a decade ago! As a result, we’ve seen a lot of housewives come and go, some have been more memorable than others and managed to stay relevant by returning for guest appearances, while others have simply disappeared. Here’s a list of the 12 most forgotten Real Housewives:

12. Joyce Giraud — Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Joyce Giraud was on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for one season, and has never made any returning guest appearances. She was let go from the franchise after appearing on season 4, probably because she didn’t bring enough hard-hitting drama. She had a couple tiffs with other ladies along the way, mainly Brandi who unnecessarily bullied her throughout the entire season. Today, Joyce still works in reality television as an executive producer on the Spanish-language Housewives knock-off, Rica Famosa Latina. She also runs the Queen of the Universe Pageant.

©Bravo / courtesy Everett Collection

©Bravo / courtesy Everett Collection

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11. DeShawn Snow — Real Housewives of Atlanta

DeShawn Snow lasted for one season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which is the franchises most successful city. In an interview with Essence, Snow said that the producers told her she was “too human for a circus show,” which is actually quite a compliment. The Real Housewives series is all about drama in the midst of living a lavish lifestyle — and those are some big requirements to fill! A lot of women just aren’t cut out for it. After the show, DeShawn divorced NBA player Eric Snow, her husband of 12 years. She’s also lost an incredible 30 pounds and is now the author of a children’s book and wrote the successful tween series, Lil Shawnee.

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Broadimage / Rex Features

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