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In keeping with the practice of adding new faces to keep the Real Housewives franchise fresh, you can expect to meet some new ladies who add a little more heat to the show when The Real Housewives of Miami returns in September.
New additions for season two include Lisa Hochstein, Joanna Krupa, Ana Quincoces and Karent Sierra. They join returning Housewives Lea Black, Adriana de Moura and Marysol Patton.
Season two gives viewers an inside look into the lives of seven women as they deal with family, work and maintain a social life in one of America’s hottest cities, both literally and figuratively.
The season two cast includes:
Lea Black: A Texas native, Black is a dedicated mom, devoted wife, committed philanthropist and businesswoman. Married to Roy Black, one of the top criminal defense attorneys in the country, Lea is founder of the annual Blacks Gala, which she turned into one of Miami’s landmark social events and an opportunity to raise millions of dollars over the past fifteen years for her Consequences Charity.
Adriana De Moura: Very active in the Miami art scene, before settling on Miami’s exclusive Hibiscus Island, Adriana studied art & culture in Florence and at Paris’ Sorbonne Institute. In addition to art, Adriana concentrates her time on her 12-year-old son, Alex, who is a promising concert pianist.
Lisa Hochstein: A self-proclaimed “professional housewife,” Lisa Hochstein is married to Miiami plastic surgeon Dr. Lenny Hochstein, who is known as the “Boob God” of Miami. At age 29, Lisa has made three appearances in Playboy magazine and excels at shopping, lounging and hanging out with her maid and best friend Daisy.
Joanna Krupa: Born in Warsaw, Poland and raised in Chicago, Joanna Krupa is a model and actress who splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles. She has appeared on magazine covers including FHM, Shape and Playboy. Her television appearances include Las Vegas, CSI and she has been hosting and judging Poland’s Next Top Model since 2010. She also competed on Dancing With the Stars in 2009 with one-time champion Derek Hough. A huge supporter of the animal rights group PETA, Joanna has starred in several ads for the group. She is engaged to Romain Zago, owner of Miami’s Mynt night club.
Marysol Patton: A Miami native, Marysol Patton is a publicist and owner of The Patton Group, one of Miami’s prominent PR and event planning groups. Marysol is a fixture on the Miami social scene.
Ana Quincoces: Ana is a successful business woman who is a partner at her law firm, in addition to being a celebrity chef and cookbook author. Voted Miami’s “Hottest Chef” by Eater Magazine in 2011, Ana says her greatest achievements in life are her two daughters, Kati, 20, and Beba, 19.
Karent Sierra: Born in New York City and raised in South Florida, Dr. Karent Sierra is a celebrity dentist who firmly believes that creating “perfect” smiles can change lives. After attending dental school in Wisconsin, she opened her own private practice in Coral Gables and now refers to herself as a Miami native through and through. Always one to keep her Colombian heritage alive, Karent moved her retired parents into her mansion and has been dating her telenovela star boyfriend, Rodolfo Jiménez, for the past two and half years.
The Real Housewives of Miami is executive produced by Matt Anderson and Nate Green. Look for the new season premiere September 13 at 10:00pm on Bravo.
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