Real Housewives Of Miami ‘could RETURN with Phil Collins’ ex-wife Orianne Cevey leading the line-up’

Real Housewives Of Miami is slated to return to screens eight years after the show was closed by Bravo.

Sources claim the broadcaster “visits” the series, which lasted only three seasons from 2011 to 2013, with bosses allegedly in “preliminary talks for a possible return”.

According to page 6, Phil Collins’ ex-wife Orianne Cevey could take the lead in her lawsuit over the singer’s $ 40 million mansion, along with Mexican singer Paulina Rubio and a selection of former castmates.

Come back? RHOM will return to screens eight years after the show’s discontinuation (Lisa Hochstein, Lea Black, Adriana De Moura, Joanna Krupa, Alexia Echevarria, pictured in 2013).

The program, which focused on the dazzling Miami lifestyle, originally included Kim Kardashian’s former BFF Larsa Pippen, swimsuit designer Cristy Rice and Polish model Joanna Krupa.

The Real Housewives franchise started in Orange County 15 years ago. Spin-offs now exist in New York, Atlanta, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Potomac, Dallas, and Salt Lake City.

In November, Andy Cohen announced that he had been working on republishing the Florida edition of NBC streaming service Peacock.

The 52-year-old TV executive said on the Everything Iconic podcast, “I was really trying to get Peacock to pick up Miami.”

Dramaville: Phil Collins' ex-wife Orianne Cevey could take the lead in her legal battle over the singer's $ 40 million mansion (pictured in 2018).

Dramaville: Phil Collins’ ex-wife Orianne Cevey could take the lead in her legal battle over the singer’s $ 40 million mansion (pictured in 2018).

Flashback: The program that focused on Miami's dazzling lifestyle originally featured Kim Kardashian's former BFF Larsa Pippen (pictured in mid-2011).

Flashback: The program that focused on Miami’s dazzling lifestyle originally featured Kim Kardashian’s former BFF Larsa Pippen (pictured in mid-2011).

“I don’t know if I can say that. I don’t know where we are with that. I have to say the Miami fans are still very vocal and that’s why I worked to have Peacock bring Miami back.

“I think Miami, like Bravo, really suffered from Mama Elsa [Patton, who passed away aged 84 in 2019] not to be there in season 3.

‘She was very sick. I think she was a more important part of this show than people realized.

‘The problem with season three was that the ratings went down over time and they went down for the goodbye, which is usually the opposite of what happens. I think that led to the decision not to reverse it. ‘

Man with the Plan: In November, Bravo CEO and RH presenter Andy Cohen announced that he had been working on republishing the Florida edition of NBC streaming service Peacock

Man with the Plan: In November, Bravo CEO and RH presenter Andy Cohen announced that he had been working on republishing the Florida edition of NBC streaming service Peacock

MailOnline has asked representatives from Orianne, Paulina and Bravo for further comments.

The 46-year-old Swiss jewelry designer Orianne made headlines last year due to an argument with the 69-year-old musician Phil about her home in Miami.

The songwriter tried to sack his ex-spouse in October 2020 after finding out she had secretly remarried and moved her new husband, Thomas Bates, 31, into the mansion.

However, the mother of three fought back, refusing to leave, claiming she was entitled to half of her value under an “oral agreement to live together”.

Your $ 20 million counterclaim is still pending trial. In the meantime, the two sides agreed on a contract that she could stay on until the end of January to free up time to find new homes for her youngest sons Matthew, 15, and Nicholas. 18th

The exes tied the knot in 1999 before parting just seven years later. The artist paid Orianne $ 47 million in her settlement.

The businesswoman, who also shares daughter Andrea with ex-husband Charles Mejjati, packs her bags and gets ready to leave the rocker’s residence “in weeks” after she has grabbed a new house by the water.

DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that Orianne and Thomas bought the sprawling six-bed mansion in Fort Lauderdale for $ 5.5 million prior to Christmas.

Bitter separation: The Swiss jewelry designer Orianne (46) made headlines last year because she had an argument with the 69-year-old musician Phil about her home in Miami (picture 2016).

Bitter separation: The Swiss jewelry designer Orianne (46) made headlines last year because she had an argument with the 69-year-old musician Phil about her home in Miami (picture 2016).

The lavish pad – with a pool, spa, home theater, and dock big enough for a 90-foot yacht – was bought by an LLC called O&T Holdings, but according to state records, it was bought by Orianne and Bates set up.

The entrepreneur has until January 21, within a time limit agreed by the court, to evict Phil’s residence on the bay, which was the subject of a bitter month-long eviction battle.

A source close to Orianne confirmed to DailyMail.com that it would be moving out in the next few weeks.

Her legal battle was otherwise fiercely contested when Orianne and her lawyers upset a judge in Miami by including a series of degrading personal remarks about the drummer’s hygiene and sexual performance in their filing, which she was asked to remove.

His lawyers hit back by making fun of her claims of having a debilitating spinal condition that requires hours of daily therapy and asking how she could post photos of herself taking a boxing fitness class and jet skiing, while she insisted that she couldn’t sit still long enough for a deposit.

They surprised the world in 2016 when they announced they were back together, living in the Miami house that Collins bought through an LLC.

However, the relationship apparently ended for good when the Genesis star discovered that his former Swiss translator Bates had “secretly” married in Las Vegas last August.

According to court records, hitmaker Against All Odds traveled to Switzerland in a hurry and gave the couple until last October to pack their bags and move so that they could put the plush item up for sale.

Orianne Cevey and Thomas Bates

Embarrassing! The songwriter tried to kick his ex out in October 2020 after finding out she had secretly remarried and moved her new husband, Thomas Bates (pictured), 31, into the mansion

On-Off: The couple married in 1999 and had two sons, Nicholas, 18, and Matthew, 15, before separating seven years later, but later rebuilding their relationship in 2016 (pictured in 2019).

On-Off: The couple married in 1999 and had two sons, Nicholas, 18, and Matthew, 15, before separating seven years later, but later rebuilding their relationship in 2016 (pictured in 2019).

When they didn’t leave, Phil sued Orianne for illegal detention and forced entry. He accused the couple of hiring armed guards, covering surveillance cameras, and changing alarm codes in order to confiscate the home “by force”.

The newlyweds hit back with their own files, dismissing the allegations as “nothing more than retaliation” for the new marriage and a “shameful story” “made up” by the award-winning producer.

Orianne argues that she gave up a $ 20 million stake in her former Miami home by divorcing her former husband, Charles.

She selected the mansion by the water and furnished it together, paid her share of the bills for five years, and had an “oral coexistence agreement” with Phil that allowed her and her two sons to be there.

Agreement: The businesswoman packs her suitcase and gets ready to go to the rocker’s residence

Agreement: Businesswoman packs her bags and gets ready to leave the rocker’s home “in weeks” after grabbing a new, luxurious waterfront home (Phil pictured in 2018).

Orianne also claims to have informed her children’s father about her marriage to Charles after trying on multiple occasions to talk about their “deteriorating relationship” which he claims he did not want to address.

She reports on surveillance cameras but claims it was because Phil installed 20 secret devices in the 12,000 square foot residence to spy on them, including in her bathroom and dressing room.

In other files – now deleted from the file – she portrayed Phil as a stranded person who relied on alcohol and painkillers.

The In the Air Tonight singer was “usually drunk until mid-morning,” her lawyers claimed, to the point that he would fall over and injure himself before checking into the hospital under a pseudonym.

By 2019, Philip had lost his talents. He became increasingly depressed, withdrawn, and abusive, and became increasingly dependent on antidepressants and pain relievers after an operation on his back, ”she explained.

He was unable to have sex until 2019. He stopped showering, brushing his teeth, and getting dressed properly (in fact, he showered or brushed his teeth from 2019 to August 2020 when he cleared the property). ‘

The filing provoked an immediate rebuttal by the Collins camp, which called it a “litany of demonstrably false, immaterial, outrageous, scandalous and bizarre allegations unrelated to the legal claims in this case”.

Judge Spencer Eig agreed, opened the humiliating allegations on file, and warned Orianne that if she repeated them, her $ 20 million counterclaim would be discarded.

Time is running out: The entrepreneur has until January 21st to evacuate Phil's residence on the bay (pictured), which was the subject of a bitter eviction battle that lasted for months

Time is running out: The entrepreneur has until January 21st to evacuate Phil’s residence on the bay (pictured), which was the subject of a bitter eviction battle that lasted for months

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