In an Instagram post, Nina Ali of The Real Housewives of Dubai announced that she will be leaving the show. Nina announced her departure from the show on Monday, January 30, 2023, via Instagram, citing “new problems” in her life. She speaks,
“It is an honor to be part of the premiere season of True Housewives of Dubai and help [Bravo] introduced this popular series to the city I call home. I am grateful to the network, Andy Cohen and the Truly Original team for welcoming me into their extended family and embracing the array of wealth Dubai has to offer.”
But he went on to say,
“The year 2023 has presented me with many great opportunities — including a new company in the making, a new home, and new travels — so for now, shifting focus away from the program will allow allowing me to focus on new challenges.”
During her time in RHODubai’s first season, fans got to know Nina Ali and followed her career as a co-founder of a high-end fruit cake company, as well as her journey to being a wife, making Her mother and businessman.
Nina Ali’s departure from RHODubai comes after Lisa Rinna announced her departure from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after eight seasons.
Nina Ali, 44, is a lifestyle content developer born in Lebanon, raised in Texas and has lived in Dubai for over 10 years. She appeared in the series RHODubai alongside her husband Munaf and their three children. She and her husband moved to Dubai in 2011 after their wedding.
The business woman, entrepreneur and mother of three will not appear in the second season of the series, which will begin production in the coming months, People wrote. Nina Ali resigned a day after veteran housewife Lisa Rinna said in an interview with People that she was leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The actress has been a regular on the show for eight seasons.
Lisa Rinna, 59, is said to have told PEOPLE in an interview:
“This is the longest job I’ve had in my 35-year career and I’m so grateful to everyone at Bravo and everyone involved in the program. It’s been a great eight years and I’m looking forward to what’s to come!”
The decision was made because Rinna’s contract expired at the end of last season. She and Bravo have agreed that she will not return to RHOBH after assessing her career options and responsibilities. Rinna made her debut in the series’ fifth season, which premiered in 2014. During the first season, the actress was embroiled in one of the series’ most famous feuds when she threw a glass of wine. on her then co-star Kim Richards, who hinted that Rinna didn’t want them to know each other. news about her husband Harry Hamlin. Real Housewives of Dubai were originally announced by executive producer Andy Cohen on the Today show in November 2021, marking the first time Bravo has launched Real Housewives in one location. foreign.
Cohen (54) commented at the series premiere:
“Things are getting bigger in Dubai and I couldn’t be more excited to kick off Bravo’s first International Housewives series with a special group of friends as our guides in one city. fascinated me for years.”
Will The Real Housewives of Dubai return for a second season?
When the show first aired in June 2021, it quickly became a hit with viewers thanks to the cast’s engaging personalities and engaging storytelling. The Housewives of Dubai met in New York for BravoCon last October, and during their panel there, the cast expressed excitement about starting filming for an unannounced second season. . Nina Ali’s departure will shift focus to the surviving housewives, making way for a newcomer. The Real Housewives of Dubai on Bravo has experienced incredible success and a second season is being prepared.
Ali has previously expressed hope that the show will be renewed for a second season.
“If and when season 2 comes, we’ll all be ready. I’ll make it happen! For everyone!”
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Chanel Ayan, Caroline Brooks, Sara Al Madani, Lesa Milan and Caroline Stanbury appeared in the first season of the reality show. According to Deadline, Nina Ali sent her best wishes to her colleagues and wrote:
“I wish my housewives the best of luck in the future. I’ll be cheering for you.”
Nina Ali’s colleague, Brooks, responded to her letter by writing:
“It would take me a lifetime to express how much I love you and how much I care about you.” My Ninzzzzzz.”