Foxtel original series the Real Housewives of Melbourne is back and new cast member, Anjali Rao has already had enough!

As reported in episode 114 of the So Dramatic! Podcast with Megan Pustetto, she doesn’t even finish the season.

According to our source, there is conflict on the show (when isn’t there) and it gets so heated that Anjali cracks the sh*ts and walks.

Real Housewives of Melbourne star Anjali Rao sensationally quits the show! Source: Foxtel

On top of this, the house she is filming in is not even hers! Oh the drah-mah!!

“They had to get her new apartment to make her look richer because she is not rich,” a source told host Megan Pustetto. “Producers asked her to rent a new house for the show because he’s was not up to scratch but she couldn’t afford it so they ended up paying for a new house for her! She’s not even slightly wealthy!” Ouch!

What Can We Expect from Season 5 of Real Housewives of Melbourne?

The series premiered on Sunday, October 10 on FOX Arena with the highly anticipated fifth season featuring three other fabulous, fashion-forward, feisty women who flaunt their wealth — and their Louboutin heels — alongside three of the original cast. 

According to an official press release from Foxtel, the season is “emotionally charged” and “sparks will fly” — which is all we really want from RHOM TBH.

*Sips champagne*. Sparks are already flying on the Real Housewives of Melbourne! Source: Foxtel.

The season five cast includes returning Housewives Gamble Breaux, Jackie Gillies, Janet Roach and four new glamorous ladies including yoga guru and wellbeing fanatic Cherry Dipietrantonio, businesswoman and lover of fashion Simone Elliott, entrepreneur and ‘Champagne Dame’ Kyla Kirkpatrick and award-winning journalist and former CNN news anchor Anjali.

Want even more goss? Listen to episode 114 of the So Dramatic! Podcast with Megan Pustetto below!

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