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Where Are They Now: All 42 Former "Real Housewives"

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Kimberly Bryant, Orange County

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Tenure: One season, guest appearances

Tagline: "Eighty-five percent of the women around here have had breast implants."

Remember Kimberly? Probably not. She spent just one season on The Real Housewives of Orange County. After the first season's 2006 run, Kimberly moved from the O.C. to the suburbs of Chicago, fleeing the California sun after a skin cancer scare. She made a brief appearance on the show's fourth season, when O.C. O.G. Vicki Gunvalson visited Chicago.

Kimberly still lives in Chicago with her husband and two kids and uses her "Bravolebrity" status to help out Chicagoland charities. She has a Twitter account, but hasn't posted since August 2013. It's mostly #TBTs of the Season 1 cast.

Jo De La Rosa, Orange County

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Tenure: Two seasons, spin-off

Tagline: "I deserve only the best... I'm worth it!"

The first housewife who wasn't actually a housewife, Jo De La Rosa left the show after Season 2, when she broke up with her fiancé Slade Smiley and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a singing career (yes, she was the ORIGINAL singing housewife!). The former couple reunited in 2008 for a spin-off for Bravo, the aptly titled Date My Ex.

The show wasn't a hit, and Jo gave up singing for a more practical career in marketing and advertising. After a stint in New York, Jo is back in L.A. as the national accounts director for Empire Digital. She's also been dating marketing executive Mark Lovette for more than two years. You can follow her life now on Twitter and Instagram. Just don't ask her about Slade and Gretchen.

Lauri Waring Peterson, Orange County

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Tenure: Four seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "I was poor, I was rich, I was poor again, and you know what? Having money is easier."

The Cinderella story of the Real Housewives world, Lauri went from broke single mom to happily married to a millionaire over her four-season run. Lauri left the show to deal with her son's personal and legal troubles, but returned in 2013 as a "friend" of the wives, which gave us an amazing Vicki Gunvalson-screaming-on-a-mountain-about-threesomes scene. Shockingly, she wasn't asked back for Season 9.

Lauri is still married to George, still lives in the O.C., is now a grandmother, and is very active on Twitter.

Jeana Keough, Orange County

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Tenure: Five seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "Money is a girl’s best friend, and I love friends."

The former Playboy playmate survived five years, and a historic wine-throwing moment, as an O.C. star. After leaving the show, Jeana joined Bravo's weight-loss series, Thintervention, and returned to her real estate career.

These days, Jeana is still selling homes and taking care of her three kids. Shane is acting and in the real estate biz, Kara got married to an NFL player, and Colton's in college. You can catch up with Jeana – who appears to still be separated, not divorced, from her former MLB player husband Matt – on Twitter, where she pretends she's still on TV.

Tammy Knickerbocker, Orange County

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Tenure: Two seasons

Tagline: "I don't let my kids or my exes drive me crazy."

Tammy was one of the first "replacement" wives, joining the O.C. cast in Season 2 to fill Kimberly Bryant's void. We saw her fight with her teen daughters Megan and Lindsey, and with the father of her toddler-aged son, but Tammy never brought the drama with the other women. She left the series after two seasons and returned to her quiet life on Balboa Island.

As for what she's up to, that's a mystery. Tammy launched the lifestyle magazine/marketing website Veriya while on the show, but it's no longer a thing. The last time she did something in the public eye was a 2010 ad campaign for weight-loss company Final Inches. She sporadically tweets, though most of them appear to be responses to people she forgot to @reply.

Quinn Fry, Orange County

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Tenure: One season, guest appearances

Tagline: "I love having a younger man in my life."

Oh, Quinn. Jeana Keough's friend joined the cast for Season 3 (and only Season 3), where she was known as the "Christian cougar." The mother of two never really seemed to mesh with the cast and is seemingly the first woman not asked back by Bravo. She has been spotted in the background of later seasons... wearing a wig.

According to her website, Quinn splits her time between Orange County and Northern California and works as a marketing manager for Cox Communications. She's still on the prowl for younger men and tweets a lot with Jeana.

Lynne Curtin, Orange County

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Tenure: Two seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "It's not about how much money you have; it's about how good you look spending it."

Arguably the ditziest housewife in Housewives history, Lynne's life fell apart on camera. Remember watching her teenage daughters get an eviction notice for the family's home? Well, it doesn't look like Lynne's life has gotten much better since leaving the show. She and her husband of 22 years, Frank, divorced in 2013.

It appears Lynne is still trying to go global with her cuffs, but she may be struggling to make ends meet – reports surfaced in late 2013 that the former reality star had less than $100 to her name. She hasn't tweeted since 2012, but sometimes pops up on her daughter's Instagram feed. She also made a brief appearance on Tamra's O.C. Wedding in 2013.

Gretchen Rossi, Orange County

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Tenure: Five seasons

Tagline: "I'm smart, I'm sexy, and I'm confident. Of course people are gonna talk about me."

Gretchen went from fan favorite to kind of hated over her five-year run, exiting the show after Season 8. We saw her mourn the death of her fiancé Jeff, then move on with serial Housewives boyfriend Slade Smiley. The pair got engaged on Gretchen's final season.

Gretchen and Slade extended their 15 minutes on the WEtv series Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, alongside Trista and Ryan from The Bachelorette. Gretchen is also working on expanding her beauty and fashion "empire," Gretchen Christine. Gretchen and Slade recently dropped by Watch What Happens Live, where they announced they're getting married next May and plugged an appearance on The Doctors.

Alexis Bellino, Orange County

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Tenure: Four seasons

Tagline: "Am I high maintenance? Of course I am, look at me."

The woman we came to know as "Jesus Jugs" joined the show in Season 5 and fought with pretty much everyone before exiting after Season 8.

She hasn't updated her website since 2013, and her clothing line looks to be defunct, but Alexis continues to keep in touch with fans on Twitter and Instagram. Alexis and her husband, Jim, renewed their vows on an episode of WEtv's David Tutera's CELEBrations over the summer, and they still run that trampoline park in Anaheim. She is no longer a correspondent for Fox 5 San Diego.

Peggy Tanous, Orange County

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Tenure: One season, guest appearances

Tagline: "Soccer moms drive minivans, but this girl drives a Bentley."

Peggy was a one-season wonder, appearing as a main cast member only in Season 6. She spoke openly about postpartum depression and was all about holistic living way before Shannon Beador hit the O.C. scene.

Since leaving the show, Peggy has dabbled in a bunch of different ventures. She launched a YouTube channel that hasn't been updated in almost a year, released a workout DVD, reportedly wrote a book, and allegedly sold a new reality show. Actually make that two shows, which apparently are keeping her from returning to RHOC. Keep an eye on Peggy's very active Twitter feed to see if any of those projects see the light of day.

Lydia McLaughlin, Orange County

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "You only live once, but if you work it right, once is enough."

Another one and done, Lydia joined the ladies for just Season 8, but her storyline was overshadowed by her slightly wackadoo mother, who liked to smoke pot and throw "fairy dust" (read: glitter) at strangers.

Despite not living in the 90210, Lydia and her husband, Doug, continue to run Beverly Hills Lifestyle magazine. Lydia also launched a jewelry line, wrote a book aimed at Christian women, and is expecting her third child. She chronicles her mommy adventures on Twitter.

Bethenny Frankel, New York

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Tenure: Three seasons, spin-off

Tagline: "New York City is my playground."

If you don't know Bethenny, what are you doing with your life? The most successful Housewives star spent three years snarking in confessional interviews before landing her own spin-off, Bethenny Getting Married? (later retitled Bethenny Ever After).

Bethenny sold her Skinnygirl Cocktails brand for a reported $120 million in 2011 but continues to oversee the brand's expansion. She's also written eight books – six self-help/diet guides, one novel, one cocktail recipe book, and, most recently, a children's book. Her post-Bravo life hasn't been totally wonderful, though. She and husband Jason Hoppy are in the middle of a messy divorce/custody battle over their 4-year-old daughter, Brynn, and her self-titled talk show was canceled after one season. The reality star is currently seeing financier Michael Cerussi III and may be plotting a return to Bravo. Reports surfaced in September that Frankel was returning to The Real Housewives of New York for Season 7. The star confirmed the news a few weeks later. " It finally feels right to go home again," she wrote on her blog.

Alex McCord, New York

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Tenure: Four seasons

Tagline: "To a certain group of people in New York, status is everything."

Alex was the black sheep of the original New York crew – all because she lived in Brooklyn! OK, it also had something to do with her eccentric Australian husband, Simon, and their two ill-behaved kids, Francois and Johan.

Of course, Alex was a casualty of the Season 5 overhaul in 2012. After being let go, Alex started vlogging for RumorFix about RHONY (sad), then moved on to blogging at The Stir... about RHONY. She and Simon also appeared on VH1's Couples Therapy in 2012, ironically to work out all the issues in their marriage that surfaced because of reality TV. The pair is still together – and recently made a big change. They announced a move to Simon's native Australia in September.

Jill Zarin, New York

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Tenure: Four seasons

Tagline: "I run with a fabulous circle of people."

Jill Zarin was arguably the original star of New York, the brash Jewish socialite who palled around the Hamptons wth BFF Bethenny. The duo had a blowout fight in Season 3 that was never resolved, and Jill only lasted one more season.

Another casualty of the Season 5 revamp, Jill told Oprah's Where Are They Now? she was let go because producers thought she had taken the show to a "dark place." Jill has popped up on TV from time to time since her 2011 exit, grilling Andy Cohen about her firing during a heated one-on-one Watch What Happens Live in 2012, and appearing on a 2014 episode of ABC's Celebrity Wife Swap, where she made fun of Blossom star Jenna von Oy for living a simple life in Nashville.

Despite becoming a bit of a TV villain, Jill was able to launch a bunch of businesses. She has a shapewear line, a jewelry line, and a bedding collection – though the state of all three lines seems to be up in the air – and still runs Zarin Fabrics with her husband, Bobby. When she's not making TV appearances or working, Jill hangs out with Lindsay Lohan.

Kelly Killoren Bensimon, New York

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Tenure: Three seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "I'm living the American Dream, one mistake at a time."

The former model joined the cast in Season 2 and really brought the crazy. She ran in traffic, made little sense and gave us one of the greatest Real Housewives episodes of all time: Scary Island!

But like Jill and Alex, Kelly was also let go after Season 4 – though she did make a cameo on RHONY's most recent season in a Sleep No More mask. Since leaving the show, Kelly has written two books – she wrote two before joining the show – and hosted a web series for iVillage. She sometimes writes a column for amNewYork, posts bizarre videos on YouTube, and tweets out a lot of pictures of herself.

Cindy Barshop, New York

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "I have everything I've ever wanted, and it's all on my own terms."

Cindy joined RHONY as Bethenny Frankel's replacement, but the businesswoman and single mom failed to fill Bethenny's stilettos and was let go after just one year.

Cindy ran into financial troubles after her Bravo exit. The vajazzling pioneer reportedly had to shut down several of her Completely Bare waxing salons in 2011. The business is back to only New York locations, but has expanded with a line of at-home waxing kits. Still single, Cindy spends her free time with her daughters, sharing family snapshots on Twitter.

Danielle Staub, New Jersey

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Tenure: Two seasons

Tagline: "You're either gonna love me or hate me. There is no in between with me."

Danielle was Bravo's first true villainess, ending her first season on RHONJ on the business end of Teresa Giudice's infamous table flip. Seemingly a glutton for punishment, Danielle returned for Season 2 – but chose to leave before Season 3.

Danielle went straight from Housewives to VH1, where she starred alongside Heidi Montag on the short-lived competition show Famous Food. After that show flopped, Danielle signed up for Dial-A-Star, a chat line that connected fans with D-list personalities (i.e. Dina Lohan, Octomom) for $18 a minute. Shockingly, Dial-A-Star didn't take off. Danielle returned to Bravo for a 2013 interview on Watch What Happens Live, and recently showed up on Oprah: Where Are They Now? She still lives in New Jersey and is very active on Twitter, where she regularly says she would love to return to the show.

Caroline Manzo, New Jersey

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Tenure: Five seasons, spin-off

Tagline: "If you're gonna mess with my family, you’re messing with me."

The matriarch of New Jersey played peacekeeper for five seasons before landing her own spin-off, Manzo'd With Children. The show premiered in October, so if you want to check in with Caroline and co., all you gotta do is turn on the TV.

DeShawn Snow, Atlanta

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: “I always knew I was destined for greatness.”

DeShawn didn't bring the drama to RHOA's inaugural season, and because of that, she wasn't asked back to the franchise's most successful city. As a producer put it, DeShawn was "too human for a circus show."

Today, DeShawn isn't a Bravo housewife, nor a real one. DeShawn divorced her husband of 12 years, NBA player Eric Snow, in 2010. She turned to fitness after the split, dropping an amazing 30 pounds. The slimmed-down mom of three is now a children's book author, having penned the Lil Shawnee series for tween girls. DeShawn is active on social media, regularly posting inspirational quotes.

Lisa Wu Hartwell, Atlanta

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Tenure: Two seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: “If it doesn’t make me money, I don’t do it.”

Lisa was the straight-talking real estate agent who dabbled in jewelry, clothing, and acting, but was forced to leave the world of Housewives behind when she and her NFL husband, Ed Hartwell, moved away from Atlanta.

Five years later, Lisa's life is very different. She's now just Lisa Wu, no Hartwell – Lisa and Ed divorced in 2011. All the businesses she had on the show are also no more. Lisa is focusing full-time on acting, landing bit parts on TV and in movies. She also co-authored a book, and recently returned to TV as one of the stars of the Housewives-esque Hollywood Divas, which is executive produced by current Housewives star Kandi Burruss' husband, Todd.

Sheree Whitfield, Atlanta

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Tenure: Four seasons

Tagline: “People are intimidated by my success.”

Sheree "Who Gonna Check Me Boo?" Whitfield battled it out with NeNe and Kim (remember the great wig snatching of 2009?), before handing in her peach for good in 2012.

Since leaving the show, Sheree has not been able to launch her much-talked-about clothing line, She by Sheree, nor complete construction on her McMansion, Chateau Sheree. Both failures were chronicled on a 2013 episode of Iyanla: Fix My Life. However, there is now a She by Sheree jewelry line. A 2014 appearance on Watch What Happens Live sparked rumors that Sheree would return to RHOA, but she's nowhere to be seen in the Season 7 trailer. Sheree is currently dealing with a massive tax lien.

Kim Zolciak, Atlanta

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Tenure: Five seasons, spin-off

Tagline: “People call me a gold digger, but they just want what I have.”

Kim Zolciak was Atlanta's resident wig-wearing single mom before departing the show halfway through Season 5.

Since leaving the Housewives, Kim has had four kids with her husband, Atlanta Falcons linebacker Kroy Biermann. The family of eight's misadventures are chronicled on the spin-off series Don't Be Tardy, named after Kim's "hit" single. Sadly(?), Kim gave up her singing career to focus on being a mommy full-time. She recently googled herself, and has a line of fake eyelashes.

Taylor Armstrong, Beverly Hills

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Tenure: Three seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: “I fought too hard for this zip code to go home now.”

Taylor and her plumped-up pout brought us laughs – who can forget her sitting in a suitcase? – and tears – her husband, Russell, tragically committed suicide in the middle of filming Season 2 – for three seasons, before sliding into a recurring role.

Taylor found love again with lawyer John Bluher – he's the reason why Taylor and her daughter, Kennedy, now split the year between California and Colorado. The couple appeared on VH1's Couples Therapy in early 2014 to work out Taylor's trust issues before their wedding. After leaving Couples Therapy, John adopted Kennedy. The couple tied the knot in May and documented the experience for WEtv's David Tutera's CELEBrationsscreaming fits included. Taylor is an advocate for survivors of domestic abuse and wrote about her own experiences in her 2012 memoir, Hiding From Reality.

Adrienne Maloof, Beverly Hills

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Tenure: Three seasons

Tagline: “Know your friends, show your enemies the door.”

Adrienne and her glitter-streaked hair made Housewives history when she didn't show up for the Season 3 reunion – her final act as a housewife.

Since her 2013 departure, Adrienne has kept busy with her business ventures. She continues to help run her family's company, which owns the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. She also launched a shoe collection, a jewelry line, a vodka range, and something called Never Hungover. Adrienne divorced her plastic surgeon husband, Paul Nassif, in 2012 – he can now be seen on the E! series Botched – and has dated Rod Stewart's 33-year-old son, Sean, on and off for a few years. She is set to return to RHOBH for its upcoming fifth season in a recurring role, apparently seeking "closure."

Camille Grammer, Beverly Hills

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Tenure: Two seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: “Having it all is easy, if you’re willing to work for it.”

Camille Grammer gave us the the dinner party from hell and a wealth of reaction GIFs before departing Beverly Hills at the end of Season 2, though she has dropped in for surprise appearances on later seasons.

Camille and Kelsey Grammer divorced in 2011 after 14 years of marriage, with Camille reportedly raking in a $30 million settlement. But her divorce was just the beginning of a rough patch for Camille – she battled endometrial cancer in 2013, completing chemotherapy in early 2014. While she was being treated, Camille's boyfriend allegedly attacked her in a Houston hotel room. She has since obtained a permanent restraining order against him. Camille has made various TV and film appearances since leaving the show, largely as herself, and interacts daily with Real Housewives fans on Twitter. Like Adrienne, Camille is set to return to RHOBH next season in a recurring role.

Carlton Gebbia, Beverly Hills

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "In my world, money doesn’t talk. It swears."

The self-professed witch lasted one season on the Housewives, fired just weeks after the fourth season finale aired. Carlton called being let go "a blessing in disguise," and plans to work with her husband on a new reality show. She can also return to her pre-Housewives endeavors, including her interior design business, writing a children's book, and a horror script. As of late, she's been tweeting about her master cleanse.

Joyce Giraud de Ohoven, Beverly Hills

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "You can never be too young, too thin, or too honest."

Pageant queen turned actress Joyce got a pink slip along with Carlton after Season 4, but that isn't stopping her from working in reality TV. She is an executive producer on the new Spanish-language Housewives knock-off Rica Famosa Latina. She also still runs the Queen of the Universe Pageant.

Catherine Ommanney, D.C.

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "I'm here for a good time, not a long time."

Cat was the comic relief on the underwhelming D.C. edition. A Brit in the American capitol, Cat never quite fit in with the D.C. social scene – at one point she was called a racist – and the experience put a strain on her marriage.

She and husband Charles divorced soon after the show stopped filming in 2009, and Cat moved back to Europe. She now splits her time between Spain and the UK. Cat gave birth to her third daughter in December 2012, her first child with boyfriend Ricki Martino. She has written two books, but according to Twitter is working primarily as an interior designer these days.

Lynda Erkiletian, D.C.

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "I give people enough rope to hang themselves, and the smart people don't."

The southern belle devoted her time on RHODC to promoting the D.C. fashion scene through her company, THE Artist Agency, while balancing a new relationship with financial expert Ebong Eka.

Lynda continues to grow her business, which will soon celebrate its 30th anniversary, and works with a variety of charity organizations, according to her website. She and Ebong split sometime after the show, as Lynda shifted her focus from dating to taking care of her ailing mother. Judging by her Facebook page, Lynda is still very active on the D.C. social scene. Her Twitter is mostly RTs of news articles.

Mary Schmidt Amons, D.C.

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "I don't make money, I spend money."

Mary juggled five kids, a husband, an interior design business, and a charity during RHODC's run.

In the five years since the show filmed, Mary's gone through some major changes. She's no longer a wife – Mary and her husband of 26 years, telecom exec Rich, divorced in 2012. Her charity's website hasn't been updated since 2012, but it's still up and running. She's still an interior designer, but her main career focus seems to be on voiceover work. Mary seemed eager/desperate to return to TV in a 2013 interview.

Michaele Salahi, D.C.

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "People have a hard time saying no to me, and that’s just been my blessing."

Michaele and her husband Tareq made headlines long before RHODC premiered for crashing a White House state dinner. That scandal cast a shadow over the whole series and has been blamed for the show's cancelation.

Michaele's post-Housewives life has been even more dramatic than her time on the show. She signed on to Celebrity Rehab in 2011, but was dropped from the show before filming began. Soon after, she attempted to launch a singing career. Then, in September 2011, she went missing. It turned out she had run off with Journey guitarist Neal Schon, whom she'd met at a concert years before. Days after Michaele ran away, Tareq filed for divorce, which was finalized in 2012. Michaele and Neal then got engaged, marrying on a pay-per-view special in late 2013. The couple now shares a bizarre Facebook page.

Stacie Scott Turner, D.C.

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "D.C. is my town and I thrive in it."

Stacie spent most of her time on the Real Housewives in search of her biological father. She also stirred up controversy when she accused Cat of being uncomfortable around black people.

Stacie's life after Housewives appears to be pretty normal/boring. She and her husband of 14 years, Jason, split in 2012. She's still in the real estate business, but doesn't do much to promote it online. The last time she tweeted was in July 2013. It was an automatic post generated by an iPhone game called Sky Burger.

Adriana de Moura, Miami

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Tenure: Three seasons

Tagline: "I may speak five languages, but my true language is independence."

While the Miami installment hasn't officially been canceled, it also hasn't been renewed – it's been over a year since the cast last filmed anything, and all the other cities have gone through one or more cycles in that time – so we're lumping these ladies in with the other ex-Housewives.

The multilingual art dealer wrapped up her three-season run on the show by marrying her longtime love Frederic Marq. The couple is still going strong. Adriana recently fueled rumors the show is coming back by posting a cast photo to Instagram, but various webloids quickly shot the rumors down. She spends most of her time on Twitter replying to fans.

Alexia Echevarria, Miami

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Tenure: Two seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "This Cuban doll is back on the scene and living the dream."

The "Cuban Barbie" was a main cast member on Season 1, a "friend" on Season 2, then back to full-time in Season 3. A lot of her on-camera time was spent with her sons, Peter and Frankie, who battled legal troubles and a bad car accident, respectively.

The whole family appears to have bounced back in their since RHOM last aired. Peter's social media presence suggests he's maybe staying out of trouble, while Frankie pops up in Alexia's posts from time to time. Alexia and her husband, Herman, recently paid off a massive tax debt and continue to run Venue Magazine. The publication just celebrated its eighth anniversary. Alexia seems to be the main proponent in keeping RHOM alive – an interview she gave in February is quoted in almost every article about the show's future.

Ana Quincoces, Miami

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Tenure: One season, guest appearances

Tagline: "Whether in the courtroom or the kitchen, I bring the heat."

The lawyer-turned-chef spent most of her time on RHOM butting heads with "mayor of Miami" Lea Black.

Her post-show life has been spent, well, trashing the show. She got engaged to fellow lawyer Marc Jimenez in late 2013, and recently put her Miami home on the market. According to her website, she's working on a new cookbook.

Cristy Rice, Miami

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "In my world, attitude is everything. I'm keeping it real."

Cristy starred on RHOM Season 1 – which wasn't filmed as a Real Housewives series, but as Miami Social Club, which explains why almost every episode of the freshman season involved a weird cooking party. She was fresh off a divorce from NBA player Glen Rice, raising her three kids and busy running a children's boutique.

Cristy has shifted her focus from kids' clothes to swimwear with the launch of her Cuban Rice bikini line. She was romantically linked to Jamie Foxx last summer, but he hasn't popped up on her frequently updated Instagram recently.

Joanna Krupa, Miami

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Tenure: Two seasons

Tagline: "Don't hate me because I have it all. Hate me because I'm beautiful."

The model joined the Miami cast fresh off a Dancing With The Stars run and ended her two-season storyline by marrying her fiancé, nightclub owner Romain Zago.

Soon after Season 3 wrapped, rumors spread that Joanna wanted to jump coasts and join the Beverly Hills cast after a move to L.A. Joanna denied the claims, and even said the Housewives chapter of her life was closed. Joanna is keeping busy playing Tyra Banks on Poland's Next Top Model and partying with other former Housewives.

Karent Sierra, Miami

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Tenure: One season, guest appearances

Tagline: "If you don't like my smile, then don't look my way."

The celebrity dentist spent her sole season on the show trying to figure out if her telenovela boyfriend was cheating on her – spoiler: he was!

After leaving the show, Karent returned to her aesthetic dentistry practice and, according to her Twitter page, is pursuing an acting career (what). Judging by her IMDb page, the acting career's not taking off – but her Instagram suggests she's found a niche as a cable news talking head. She was spotted over the summer enjoying the beach with her family.

Larsa Pippen, Miami

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Tenure: One season

Tagline: "My husband's got moves, but I run the game."

Like Cristy, Larsa – wife of NBA great Scottie Pippen – lasted just one season on RHOM. After the show's 2011 run, Larsa and Scottie moved to her hometown of Chicago, seeking a more "grounded" life for their four kids.

Larsa and co. were set to star in a reality show of their own, Big Pippen, for WEtv, but it never made it to air. That hasn't kept Larsa from TV, though. She makes regular appearances on her BFF Kim Kardashian's show. She also runs a lifestyle blog, and still interacts with RHOM fans on Twitter.

Lea Black, Miami

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Tenure: Three seasons

Tagline: "I can deal with a lot, but I can't deal with stupid."

It's unclear whether someone gave Lea the nickname "Mayor of Miami" or if she crowned herself, but she lived up to the title – she was in everyone's business every season. Should the Miami installment return, Lea has been vocal that she would love to come back with it.

Lea's kept busy during RHOM's seemingly indefinite hiatus, writing a novel and running her various businesses – there's a beauty line, a jewelry collection, handbags, and, weirdly, throw pillows. Lea continues her charitable efforts, and her husband, Roy, serves as one of Justin Bieber's lawyers. Lea also has a weird relationship with Ariana Grande's brother, Big Brother star Frankie Grande.

Lisa Hochstein, Miami

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Tenure: Two seasons

Tagline: "My husband's a top plastic surgeon in this town, and I am his best creation."

Lisa joined the show in Season 2, with the bulk of her storyline focused on her fertility struggles and the construction of her dream home on Star Island. It appears that Lisa is still struggling with starting a family, but there is some good news on the construction front. In March, Lisa and her plastic surgeon hubby, Lenny, got the go-ahead to tear down their Miami mansion... in order to build a different mansion.

While Lisa hasn't been on Bravo since 2013, Lenny showed up on a 2014 episode of Don't Be Tardy – he gave Kim Zolciak a "mommy makeover." Meanwhile, Lisa appeared in a strange ad for something called VERDA Nutrition and became a U.S. citizen.

Marysol Patton, Miami

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Tenure: Two seasons, guest appearances

Tagline: "I put others in the spotlight, but somehow it keeps finding me."

Marysol's claim to Housewives fame was her mother, Elsa, who stole every scene she was in – Marysol was seemingly only invited back as a recurring player in Season 3 to keep Elsa in the RHOM fold.

Today, Marysol is still running her PR firm and is the face of Friends Fun Wine, a low-calorie alcoholic beverage company. As for her mom, it appears she's slowly but surely recovering from a near-death accident she had in 2013. Marysol is still single following her 2012 divorce, though Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger has promised to set her up with a new man.

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The only former "Housewives" not included on this list are those who still make regular appearances as "friends of the 'Housewives'" in their respective cities:

Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, New York

Jacqueline Laurita, New Jersey

Kathy Wakile, New Jersey

Porsha Williams, Atlanta