Jana Kramer is getting real about those "Housewives" rumors.
On an upcoming podcast, she claims that producers courted her three times to be on "The Real Housewives of Nashville."
"When they were trying to cast 'The Real Housewives of Nashville' and they were interested in me as one of the characters I was just like 'No.' I don't like girl drama, I don't want to be a part of it, I don't want to feed into it. It's not me, I don't like it," she said, according to People magazine.
Bravo, by the way, has never confirmed a Nashville-based show is happening.
Last week, Jana and several wives of country music stars were rumored to be filming content for a "Housewives"-esque show. Jana and Kasi Wicks, the wife of Chuck Wicks and sister of Jason Aldean, both teased filming projects on Instagram, but didn't specify what the project was for.
On the podcast, Jana confirmed that she and her husband, Mike Caussin, filmed something recently.
"So we did film something and, you know, it's just a presentation I don't know if it will ever get picked up, and again I don't even know if it's something that at the end of the day if we will really do, because I know we share so much on the podcast and so much here but sometimes it's the kiss of death," she said. "So that's something that we have to also think about and be careful of because it's scary."
Jana's thoughts on the "Housewives" franchise seems to have changed of late. Last year, she acknowledged that she auditioned for "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
"The only reason I entertained the one with Teddi [Mellencamp Arroyave] was because it could be fun to be someone's sidekick, fun buddy that just kind of comes in," she said on the podcast.