Hannah Berner and Kyle Cooke Storm Off Set in Tense Summer House Season 5 Reunion Trailer
"You let a girl that took bullets for you find out about your engagement on Instagram," Kyle says
The Summer House reunion is almost here — and tensions are running high.
PEOPLE has the exclusive first look at the season 5 reunion, and after a summer filled with explosive fights and fractured relationships, it seems the cast has little interest in burying the hatchet.
When host Andy Cohen asks how that makes Amanda feel about her friendship with Hannah, she shoots back, "What friendship?"
And Kyle and Amanda aren't the only ones who have beef with Hannah — Carl Radke also calls her out for allegedly making claims about his health.
"You said I have a drug problem on a podcast," he says.
"I never said that," she retorts.
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Her denial only seems to further upset Kyle, who declares Hannah the "fakest friend" before storming off the set.
But it's something Hannah's former fling and costar Luke Gulbranson says that finally seems to get to her.
"There's something I want to clear up," he teases before Hannah is shown in tears.
"That is the most f---ed thing," she says as she gets up and walks off the set.
"You're attacking my character," says Lindsay.
"What you call gossip is literal s--- talk," adds Danielle Olivera.
And that comment doesn't sit well with Paige.
"F--- you, Danielle," she fires back.
The Summer House season finale airs Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. The two-part reunion kicks off April 29 at 9:15 p.m. ET, with part two airing May 6 at 10:15 p.m. ET.
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