Move over Bethenny Frankel and Brandi Glanville, because the "Real Housewives of Vancouver" have arrived.
The Slice network has revealed the five women who will be catfighting and jet-setting as the new stars of Canada's first installment in the "Housewives "franchise.
First up is Christina Kiesel, a twice-divorced, "free spirited" (you know what that means!) blonde with no children. It's a good thing she's single considering her appetite for travel -- she has been to more than 30 countries in the past four years! She takes the Angelina Jolie route of not having many girlfriends, choosing instead to pal around with local celebrity hairdresser Kevin Chase.
Then there's Jody Claman, a self-made businesswoman who, as a single mom, grew a small catering company into a multimillion-dollar empire. She refers to herself as "Martha Stewart on acid" and, according to her Twitter account, she has a passion for "familyfilmfoodfashionfamine and the arts!" (Apparently, she's not a fan of the space bar on her keyboard.)
Mary Zilba (the only brunette in the group -- get your act together, Mary) used to be a singer and was once crowed Miss Ohio. She has three teen boys (one of whom recently became an intern for Bill Clinton) who most likely give the men she dates a hard time. Mary will likely provide plenty of cringe-worthy moments on "Real Housewives," because she's trying to relaunch her singing career. In fact, she's planning to release a new single -- look out, LuAnn de Lesseps!
The tomboy of the group, Reiko MacKenzie, is a Japanese-Canadian mixed-martial arts aficionado and Ferrari collector. (Did you know you can collect Ferraris? We didn't, either.) She has two daughters with her venture capitalist husband, all of whom share a house with her grandmother.
And, finally, there's Ronnie Seterdahl Negus, who owns four (!) houses side-by-side in West Vancouver, not to mention a private jet, a yacht, and a Napa Valley vineyard (with plans to start a wine label). It seems the only thing her money can't buy is fame, which might explain why she's on this show at all.
"The Real Housewives of Vancouver" premieres April 4 at 9:00 p.m. ET on Slice.