'Real Housewives of Miami' Stars Joanna Krupa and Lea Black Dish on Season 2 (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Model Joanna Krupa made quite an impression on last night's Real Housewives of Miami.
Tensions came to a boiling point after Adriana De Moura started flirting with Krupa's fiance Romain Zago, who even told her he only likes blondes -- preferably, his blonde, who just so happens to be an international supermodel. But that didn't stop Krupa from getting a little too tipsy and making a scene at Zago's Miami club, Mynt.
Krupa previously told Celebuzz that she was "not proud" of her actions that night, but it's also one of the many reasons the model-turned-reality-star agreed to join Season 2 of the Bravo series in the first place. Krupa wants her fans to know that her life isn't as glamorous as it seems.
"I wanted to do a reality show to show people my life. People say, 'Oh, you're so lucky,' but I wanted to show them that it's not just all glamour that comes with the job," Krupa told Celebuzz during an exclusive chat with her and castmate Lea Black. "Yes, I'm very blessed to be doing what I've always dreamt of doing, but there's other things involved. My fiance and I go through a lot of roller coasters this season."
Unlike other models, Krupa said she acknowledges that when it comes to the fashion industry, everyone has a shelf life.
"A lot of models I know, they thought that just because they're beautiful, the world should revolve around them," she said. "They only rely on their beauty, but you need more in life. You need to move from just being a model to being a successful business person. That's what I'm trying to show on the show."
Meanwhile, Season 1 veteran, Black, revealed that she signed on for Season 2 to have fun. When asked how the fiesty newcomers compare to the first season's cast, Black replied, "The new girls were refreshing. I think they were a breath of fresh air. Coming from last season, these girls came to play."
Of course, with every new crop of girls, there's a load of new drama that comes along with them. However, for Black, tensions between her and Season 1 castmate Marysol Patton will reach an all-time high this season.
"I have so much respect for people who you know where you stand with them, but I don't really appreciate those who you don't know where you stand with," Black told us.
On the other hand, viewers will see Krupa and Black's friendship develop throughout the tumultuous season, as the two become unlikely allies.
“I speak my mind. If someone gets on my nerves, I will let them have it,” Krupa saus, to which Black replied, "That's why we get along so well."
"She and I have to walk around back-to-back to make sure that no one is stabbing us in the backs!"
Watch our interview with the ladies above.
The Real Housewives of Miami air Thursdays at 9 PM on Bravo.