Bravo host and executive Andy Cohen has revealed that "The Real Housewives of Miami" will be the last of the franchise that began with "The Real Housewives of Orange County," reports OKMagazine.com.
According to the story: "Cohen was adamant about there being no further ‘Real Housewives’ editions. He said, ‘I really feel like we’re done.’ He reiterated that ‘Miami’ will be the final incarnation. Cohen was not opposed to spinoffs, however, explaining that Bravo is happy with the success of ‘Bethenny Ever After,’ which emanated from ‘The Real Housewives of New York.’"
The story adds: "Cohen would like to see Atlanta superstar singer Whitney Houston pop up on ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta.’ Cohen said, ‘I’d like to see her shake things up with those women.’”
Houston has starred on a Bravo reality series before, "Being Bobby Brown," when she was still married to singer Bobby Brown.