Erika Jayne is the housewife to be!
The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star is a newbie on the show. It's her first season on the series, which has been on for six seasons. Erika became an instant fan favorite and Wonderwall.com brought her into our studio for an interview on Facebook Live. Here's what we learned!
Erika Jayne is actually Erika Girardi's alter-ego, and she performs dance songs. "How Many F--ks?" is just one of her catchy hits, and she explained its appeal.
"I think the reason the song is doing so well is because everyone can relate to how many," she added. "Everybody has been to that point."
But it's not just her music that makes her relatable. Erika is also known for keeping it real and not holding back her opinions.
We asked her to describe each Beverly Hills housewife in a phrase, and she did so without hesitation.
Lisa Vanderpump: "She's smart. She's good at what she does."
Yolanda Hadid: "She's wonderful. She's strong, courageous, gentle. She's a loving person."
Kyle Richards: "I like Kyle. She's a good time. Kyle's been nothing but great to me."
Lisa Rinna: "She's ok. She's very outspoken. She's very passionate, and sometimes I don't agree with what she says but at least she has the balls to own what she has said."
Eileen Davidson: "The sweetest. The most kind. The most warm person on the show."
Kathryn Edwards: "She's tough. She's opinionated."
If we had to describe Erika, we'd say she's fabulous. Look no further than her yellow Christian Louboutins.
She admitted that she's a shoe girl, and her most expensive pair costs $5,000.
So what's next for this housewife?
While she couldn't speak to the next season's casting rumors, she did tease some new music.
When asked if she would be releasing a new album, she said, "Maybe. I'm in the studio on Monday."
That must mean she's recording something today, and we can't wait!
We can only hope that she's back on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Season 7, but until Bravo confirms, check out how she showed us her signature move on our Instagram via Boomerang.
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