Erika Jayne, a former member of the girl group Fox Force Mean Girls Five, has shared some behind-the-scenes secrets about the group. Formed during Season 9 of Bravo’s hit show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the group has been criticized by viewers for their treatment of other cast members. They were accused of bullying Lisa Vanderpump and Denise Richards, and Erika herself admitted that the group was exclusionary.
However, Erika defended her former group, stating that their goal was not to be mean girls but rather to provide entertaining television. She explained that the group had to make a show out of five people, and when key players were lost in subsequent seasons, it became difficult. Erika believes that fans misunderstood their intentions and falsely labeled them as mean girls.
While the group hasn’t been seen together on the show recently, Erika clarified that it was due to their busy schedules and not because of bad blood. She emphasized that they are still friendly with each other. However, some fans still remember when the group posted a picture of themselves at dinner without two cast members, Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke, after a reunion taping.
With two members of the group, Lisa Rinna and Teddi Mellencamp, having been let go from the show, there are high hopes for the upcoming season to return to the glamorous fashions, laughs, and fun shade that the viewers enjoy. Erika’s comments about the group have sparked discussions among fans about whether they truly were mean girls or if they faced unfair criticism.
In conclusion, Erika Jayne has spoken out about her former girl group, the Fox Force Mean Girls Five, and defended them against claims of being mean girls. She explained that their goal was to provide entertaining television and that they had to adapt when key players left the show. Despite some fans’ skepticism, she maintains that they remain friendly with each other. The discussions surrounding Erika’s comments are a reflection of the ongoing interest and engagement of viewers with the show.