Exclusive! Erika Jayne Assures ‘Conflict’ in New ‘RHOBH’ Season!

Erika Jayne teases the upcoming season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

On Monday’s live episode of “The Real,” co-host Loni Love asked the Bravo star about rumors she and her co-stars are all getting along.

“Isn’t that terrible?” the “Painkillr” singer joked.

Despite the gossip, the musician promises there will be “conflict” as she and her fellow Housewives are gearing up for their annual group trip.

“There is conflict. Here’s the thing. We’re not finished shooting. We’re getting ready to go on our trip. You know how those things go. And things are bubbling,” the 48-year-old remarked.

She continued, “And liking one another also makes it harder when you do have a disagreement because it’s honest. If I didn’t like someone and I said, ‘You know, whatever,’ then I would walk away but knowing that I care about these women. You know, it hurts when we go home.”

The reality TV personality also dished on newcomer Garcelle Beauvais, who told The Daily Dish in August she is “the first African-American Housewife in the Beverly Hills franchise.”

“I’m so happy. I love her. She’s direct, she’s fun, she’s smart, she’s bright. I enjoy it,” Jayne exclaimed. “But it’s nice to have the diversity.”

Last month, Beauvais addressed reports the show is becoming dull because of OG Lisa Vanderpump’s departure.

“You know, I think that’s wrong. I mean, I think like Lisa Vanderpump had her time and I think this is a new energy. You can’t compare. This is new energy, new life, and new stories… That was then, this is now,” the “Jamie Foxx Show” actress told HollywoodLife.com. “Everybody wants drama. There will be some… I mean, you’ve got to watch the show, but I will always keep it real.”

Get ready, “RHOBH” fans!

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