'Real Housewives of Miami' Cast Announced; Bravo Releases Heated Season 2 Trailer (VIDEO)

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After much speculation around the various women shooting with returning Real Housewives of Miami castmembers socialite Lea Black, art curator Adriana de Moura and PR maven Marysol Patton, Bravo has officially announced Season 2’s new castmembers and released the first trailer.

Debuting Thursday, Sept. 13 at 10PM, the sophomore season’s new women are former Playboy model Lisa Hochstein, model/actress Joanna Krupa, attorney Ana Quincoses and dentist Karent Sierra. Also, it looks like original castmember Alexia Echevarria, who has been helping with her son’s rehab from a car accident earlier this year, will make some appearances on the season.

What can fans expect from the new Miami season?

Hold on to your bikini tops, ladies. The trailer is a must-watch and contains some surprises. Marysol’s bruja mother seems to figure prominently. She has a standoff with a drag queen? Andy Cohen just fainted.

And there’s some frenemy action going on between Marysol and Lea. Plus, the new girls don’t waste any time before getting into it with the other women in true Real Housewives catfight fashion.

Take a look at the official cast bios for the new women and watch the trailer below.

Lisa Hochstein: A self-proclaimed "professional housewife," Lisa Hochstein is married to legendary Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Lenny Hochstein, who is known as the "Boob God" of Miami. Married in 2009 at their gorgeous Sunset Island mansion, Lisa and Lenny have been leaving their mark on the Miami social scene ever since. This 29 year-old beauty made three appearances in Playboy magazine and can often be found shopping, lounging and hanging out with her maid and best friend Daisy.

Joanna Krupa: Born in Warsaw, Poland and raised in Chicago, Joanna Krupa is a model and actress who splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles. She has appeared on magazine covers including FHM, Shape and Playboy. This versatile beauty has guest starred in various television series including "Las Vegas," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and has been hosting and judging Poland's "Next Top Model" since 2010. She also competed on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2009 with one-time champion Derek Hough. A huge supporter of the animal rights group PETA, Joanna has starred in several ads for the group. She has been engaged to Romain Zago, owner of Miami's Mynt night club for five years.

Ana Quincoces: A straight-shooting Cuban dynamo who tells it like it is, Ana is a successful business woman who is a partner at her law firm, in addition to being a celebrity chef and cookbook author. Voted Miami's "Hottest Chef" by Eater Magazine in 2011, Ana insists her greatest achievements in life are her two daughters, Kati, 20, and Beba, 19.

Karent Sierra: Born in New York City and raised in South Florida, Dr. Karent Sierra is Miami's #1 celebrity dentist who firmly believes that creating "perfect" smiles can change lives. After attending dental school in Wisconsin, she opened up her own private practice in Coral Gables and now refers to herself as a Miami native through and through. Always one to keep her Colombian heritage alive, Karent moved her retired parents into her mansion and has been dating her telenovela star boyfriend, Rodolfo Jiménez, for the past two and half years.

 

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