Bravo has dropped two potential players from "The Real Housewives of D.C." — Lisa Spies, a Republican fundraiser, and Edwina Rogers, a healthcare lobbyist — reportedly because of their political activities, according to the Washington Post.
Both ladies have been undergoing filming by Bravo until now. They’d said that they were going to bring an inside the Beltway spin to the show, but apparently the network has chosen not to go in that direction.
Though casting is not final, according to the Post article, these three ladies will be in the show: "Mary Amons, a McLean mom of five and rising socialite; Michaele Salahi, a notable in Fauquier’s wine country and polo circles; and Lynda Erkiletian, owner of T.H.E. Artist Agency."
— Allison J. Waldman