She runs the sport! Larsa Pippen will return for the brand new season of The Real Housewives of Miami after beforehand starring on the unique sequence, a number of sources confirmed to Us Weekly.
Pippen, 46, was an unique Housewife when the truth present premiered on Bravo in February 2011, showing alongside Lea Black, Adriana de Moura, Alexia Echevarria, Marysol Patton and Cristy Rice. She left after one season.
The mannequin denied rumors that she was fired on the time, tweeting, “Why do people lie to feel good about themselves? I’m not doing The Real Housewives of Miami because I can’t be associated with cray cray.”
Pippen was married to Scottie Pippen throughout her tenure on the sequence. The former NBA participant, 55, filed for divorce in October 2016, however they dismissed the case in November 2017. She filed for divorce a second time in November 2018.
“It is with deep sadness that Scottie and I announce that we are legally separating,” the truth star advised Us Weekly in a press release on the time. “We have both tried very hard for a long time to make our marriage work and have ultimately come to the conclusion that it is best that we live separate lives. We have so many amazing memories together, remain best of friends and love each other very much. Our four children have always been our priority and for their sake we ask for as much privacy as possible for our family during this sensitive time.”
Larsa and Scottie share sons Scotty Jr., 20, Preston, 18, and Justin, 15, and daughter Sophia, 12.
The Larsa Marie cofounder made headlines in November 2020 for exhibiting PDA with Malik Beasley whereas he was married to Montana Yao. Us broke the information of Larsa’s break up from the basketball participant, 24, in April.
“Larsa decided to distance herself from the drama,” a supply revealed. “He was going through a lot and the timing wasn’t right. … Many people assumed it was serious when in fact it was not.”
Amid the chatter about Larsa’s personal life, Us confirmed in February that The Real Housewives of Miami — which initially aired for 3 seasons — was returning eight years after its cancelation. “They have started interviewing a bunch of different women,” an insider famous. “They want to have a very diverse cast and are speaking to women from all different backgrounds.”
The supply added that potential cast members had already been interviewed “several times” and the community was getting “very close to narrowing down a cast.”
Peacock introduced through the Television Critics Association Press Tour later that month that the sequence had been formally greenlit and could be govt produced by Andy Cohen.
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