The Summer House Stars Reveal All the Drama Ahead of Season 2: 'We Partied Twice as Hard'
"We all were party animals this summer," teases Lauren Wirkus
Bravo’s Summer House is back for season two, and the drama is hotter than ever.
PEOPLE Now is getting an exclusive preview of what’s to come from the cast — Lauren Wirkus, Kyle Cooke, Lindsay Hubbard and Carl Radke — themselves.
Viewers will watch as Radke brings two new friends to the house, including ex-girlfriend Danielle Olivera. This means Radke has two exes hanging around, Oliver and Wirkus.
Radke tells PEOPLE Now he dealt with the tension by “drinking a little too heavily early on.”
“I tried to be a better communicator, to be open and honest, admit I made some mistakes, and try not to let it get in the way of the rest of the group,” says Radke.
Season one ended with Cooke and girlfriend Amanda Batula making their relationship Instagram official, breaking the Summer House golden rule: “no couples in the house.”
“Rules are meant to be broken,” Cooke asserts.
Hubbard, on the other hand, enters the season single. She teases, “You really get to see me as an individual and everything that comes along with being single.” The season two trailer shows her getting steamy with costar Everret Weston.
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And who will be the biggest party animal this season? Well, everyone. Says Wirkus, “We all were party animals this summer.”
“We partied twice as hard,” adds Cooke, “I think I set a record for falling asleep fully clothed on a routine basis.”
But in addition to the partying, fans will see “a lot of changing in dynamics of relationship this summer,” says Wirkus. Notes Radke: “You’re gonna watch some people try to grow up.”
Season two of Summer House airs Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 at 10 p.m. EST on Bravo.