The cast of Real Housewives of Sydney ‘leaked’… with the city’s biggest names set to join high profile reboot
Candice Warner, Jasmine Stefanovic and Kyly Clarke are just three high-profile women who could be on the Real Housewives of Sydney reboot.
According to a report in Woman’s Day on Monday, a list of women who have been approached for the show has been leaked.
Currently the confirmed cast includes Sally Obermeder and Terry Biviano along with original cast members Krissy Marsh and Nicole Gazal O’Neil.
Candice has reportedly jumped at the chance to appear on the show with an insider saying she wanted to capitalise on her memoir.
‘Candice is keen to capitalise on all of the publicity her memoir Running Strong has and with her Sydney connections, Candice has a great chance to be a star of the show,’ one insider said.
WAG Candice Warner (pictured) is one of the big names being thrown around for the Real Housewives of Sydney reboot, according to a Woman’s Day report on Monday
The publication, however, went on to say Candice was looking for $500,000 to do the show – which may exceed the network’s budget.
Producers have also brainstormed putting Kyly Clarke on the show for her ‘normal’ persona.
‘Kyly has what it takes to bring a bit of normal into the line-up – she’s also no pushover and would come a whole lot cheaper than Candice,’ they added.
Jasmine Stefanovic’s name has also been thrown around with producers aiming to get more gossip on Karl and the pair’s A-list friends.
‘Kyly has what it takes to bring a bit of normal into the line-up – she’s also no pushover and would come a whole lot cheaper than Candice,’ an insider said of Kyly Clarke. Pictured
Producers also had an eye on Jackie ‘O’ Henderson for the show, provided she can balance it with her radio commitments.
Skincare queen Zoë Foster Blake was approached but reportedly turned it down as it wasn’t on brand for her other projects.
Rumours circulated at the end of last year that RHOS was getting a reboot with it confirmed via Binge last month.
Binge has remained tight-lipped about possible stars of the show with a number of names of Sydney identities thrown around.
Producers had an eye on notoriously private Jasmine Stefanovic who is married to Today show host Karl Stefanovic. Both pictured
Skincare queen Zoë Foster Blake was approached but reportedly turned it down as it wasn’t on brand for her other projects. Here with husband, Hamish Blake
The Real Housewives of Sydney first aired on Foxtel in 2017, but it never made it to air in the U.S. after network executives at Bravo deemed it too extreme.
‘A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and had no redeeming features,’ Foxtel’s head of television Brian Walsh admitted at the time.
The series was cancelled by Foxtel – who own Binge – after one season in early 2019.
The original cast of Real Housewives of Sydney is pictured here. Producers could only convince Krissy March and Nicole Gazal to return for the revival, leaving several empty spaces