13 Real Housewives Stars Who Have Their Own Podcasts
From Bethenny Frankel to Brandi Glanville, here are the stars and grads of Bravo's Real Housewives franchise who have jumped aboard the podcast train
Bethenny Frankel, The Real Housewives of New York
What's It Called? Just B with Bethenny Frankel
What's It About? The former Real Housewives star will be facilitating unfiltered conversations with other self-made moguls in business, lifestyle and beyond, with a focus on their unconventional journeys to success. Her guests include entrepreneur Mark Cuban, newly named Netflix CMO Bozoma Saint John, entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck, UFC President Dana White, and Visa’s North America Marketing VP Mary Anne Reilly.
"We are in a moment in time where people are afraid to express themselves and only present filtered or watered down versions of the truth," Frankel tweeted as part of a string of tweets she sent out during her podcast announcement on July 7, 2020.
"If this is what you’re interested in, then this podcast is NOT for you."
Just B With Bethenny Frankel will launch in September 2020 and will be available on Apple, Spotify and other listening platforms.
Vicki Gunvalson, The Real Housewives of Orange County
What's It Called? Whoop It Up With Vicki
What's It About? After 14 years on The Real Housewives of Orange County, the "OG of the OC" kicked off a new chapter in March 2020 with her weekly podcast. The show finds Gunvalson not only dishing on all things Real Housewives, but also doling out tips about financial planning, retirement planning and insurance — something she knows a thing or two about, as the owner of Coto Insurance.
"It's exciting," Gunvalson told PEOPLE. "I do seminars all across the country speaking out about these topics. And every day, someone sends me a message asking me questions — so many, that I can't answer them all. So this allows me to magnify that conversation in a really powerful way."
Margaret Josephs, The Real Housewives of New Jersey
What's It Called? Caviar Dreams on a Tuna Fish Budget
What's It About? As the owner of a 20-year-old global lifestyle brand, Josephs — who is fondly known as the "Powerhouse in Pigtails" — knows a thing or two about how to succeed in the male-dominated business world. So it only makes sense that she take that knowledge and pass it on to a wider audience.
Each week on Caviar Dreams on a Tuna Fish Budget, which launched in March 2020, Josephs and her co-host Lexi Barbuto sit down with trailblazers, leaders, disrupters and risk-takers to hear about their journey to success. "This is about the spirit of entrepreneurship," Josephs said in the premiere episode.
Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley, The Real Housewives of Orange County
What's It Called? Knot Too Taboo
What's It About? The engaged couple — who have been together for more than a decade — don't hold back in their podcast, which launched in February 2020. In addition to pulling back the curtain on their relationship and their fun times parenting daughter Skylar Gray (born in July 2019), the reality stars discuss hot-button issues on their show, with celebrity guests, notable influencers and experts stopping by to break down specific topics.
"Together, we have experienced a lot of life’s up and downs, from marriage to divorce, financial struggles, kids and loved ones with cancer, legal disputes, public ridicule, false accusations, relational issues, parental issues, and lost loved ones, but through it all we have managed to survive and come out even stronger and more in love, all without ever even tying the knot," Rossi and Smiley said in a joint statement. "Our Knot Too Taboo podcast is a way for us to connect with our fans and audience in a way we never have before."
Meghan King Edmonds, The Real Housewives of Orange County
What's It Called? Intimate Knowledge
What's It About? Sex, relationships and everything in between! Back in January 2020, the RHOC alum teamed up with former Dancing with the Stars host Brooke Burke as well as Lila Darville — a sex and intimacy expert, and relationship coach — to launch their hilarious (and informative) show. The podcast finds the women opening up about infidelity, love at first sight, one-night stands, the ups and downs of marriage and more. Along the way, King Edmonds says that the overwhelming feeling listeners will get is one of solidarity.
"We’re all women," she told PEOPLE. "We all have thoughts and opinions, and here we are — ready to voice them. We all are sticking up for one another and standing with one another in solidarity and in understanding."
Jo De La Rosa, The Real Housewives of Orange County
What's It Called? PopCandy Podcast
What's It About? Nearly 14 years after making her debut in the original cast of The Real Housewives of Orange County, De La Rosa jumped into the podcast game, kicking off the PopCandy Podcast in December 2019. Together with lifestyle and influencer photographer Crystal Nicole, the two discuss what it really takes to become an influencer in LA — from the struggles of social media to and the uber-competitive waters — all while sharing their adventures in life and love along the way.
The show also has a "Life After Housewives" series where they bring on former cast members to dish on all the fun times they had back in the day.
D'Andra Simmons, The Real Housewives of Dallas
What's It Called? I Don't Give a Rip
What's It About? Since April 2019, Simmons, her mom, Dee Simmons, and TV host Amy Vanderoef have gone deep about all the things in their lives, including parenting, relationships, businesses, and more. The title, I Don't Give a Rip, comes from one of Momma Dee's most quoted sayings.
Brandi Redmond and Stephanie Hollman, The Real Housewives of Dallas
What's It Called? Weekly Dose of B.S.
What's It About? Real Housewives of Dallas stars Redmond and Hollman have a close friendship that goes back years, and is often filled with non-stop laughter and love. That tight bond carries over effortlessly into their fun podcast, which launched in January 2019.
Expect uninhibited conversation and plenty of giggles as the two catch up on the latest happenings in their lives.
Jacqueline Laurita, The Real Housewives of New Jersey
What's It Called? The Lookover Ladies
What's It About? An extension of the beauty, style and wellness lifestyle brand The Lookover, the Lookover Ladies finds Laurita and co-hosts Jill Ashley and Melissa Polo opening up about their hectic yet relatable journeys through life.
"There is NO topic off limits!" reads the description of the show, which launched in September 2019. "Come grow, learn, evolve and laugh with them each and every week!"
Monique Samuels, The Real Housewives of Potomac
What's It Called: Not for Lazy Moms
What's It About: Monique Samuels' parenting website came to life in July 2018 with this hilarious podcast, which finds the mother of three — alonside her husband, Chris Samuels, and DC radio personality Aly Jacobs — discussing all those things moms and dads go through but hate to talk about. From topics like parenting jealousy to maintaining your sex life after having kids, nothing is off limits for these next-generation parents, who want it all and do it all.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann, The Real Housewives of Atlanta
What's It Called: House of Kim
What's It About? It's never a dull moment in the life of Zolciak-Biermann, with six kids at home and a superstar husband. So it should come as no surprise that her podcast, which she kicked off in June 2018, is packed with hilarious stories about motherhood, marriage and the mayhem that ensues around her famous family.
“It will be full of positivity, fun, life coaching, parenting struggles and advice, beauty/fashion and so so much more!!" Zolciak-Biermann wrote upon its release. "It’s me unedited and unfiltered!! The REAL."
Heather Dubrow, The Real Housewives of Orange County
What's It Called? Heather Dubrow's World
What's It About? It’s Heather Dubrow’s World, and since 2015, podcast listeners have been able to live in it for at least an hour a week. Married to a plastic surgeon, the actress and reality TV star loves talking about the hippest, hottest and newest trends in health, wellness and beauty. But she also offers parenting advice, gushes about travel and style and gives her hot takes on pop culture.
Brandi Glanville, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
What's It Called? Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
What's It About? Glanville is a veteran of the podcasting world, having launched her show back in November 2013. Listeners tune in for a no-holds-barred perspective on not only everything happening in Glanville's life (like her reality TV appearances, family fun and relationship drama), but also her take on all things pop culture, fashion and celebrity gossip.
"It's Brandi at her best, and she's sharing it all with the world," the show says.