124. Ana Quincoces, The Real Housewives of Miami
Ana followed up her one season as a Bravolebrity by competing on season 12 of Next Food Network Star in 2016. She didn't make it there, either.
123. Joyce Giraud de Ohoven, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Unfortunately, she was nothing more than a punching bag for Brandi Glanville. Plus, her tagline celebrating the icky notion that you can never be too skinny was gross.
122. Cindy Barshop, The Real Housewives of New York City
Cindy was supposed to be the new Bethenny Frankel. Cindy was no Bethenny Frankel.
121. Caroline Brooks, The Real Housewives of Dubai
Brooks' gift to season one of RHODubai was a cameo from Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Phaedra Parks, who popped up on one episode to get all the tea on the co-stars' drama. However, Brooks did cause a lot of unnecessary drama during season one (much of which occurred while she was a little too tipsy).
120. Lisa Wu-Hartwell, RHOA
Lisa was a perfectly fine Housewife, but we don't want just fine. Not when she's sharing the screen with the likes of NeNe and Sheree Whitfield.
119. Julia Lemigova, The Real Housewives of Miami
The first LGBT Housewife ever cast on a Housewives series, Julia is truly fascinating. From being married to tennis legend Martina Navratilova and raising dozens of animals on a Miami farm, to her epic Hamptons hangover, Julia has everything a good Housewife needs. She also didn't shy away from opening up about the death of her baby son, pulling on our heartstrings and making us feel even closer to her. We love us some Julia.
118. Nicole Martin, The Real Housewives of Miami
All three season four newbies on RHOM are basically tied in our book, so we placed them all together. Dr. Nicole was smart and feisty and not afraid to go head-to-head with Miami O.G.s Larsa Pippen or Marysol Patton. We'd love to see her bring even more fire if/when Peacock returns with season five.
117. Tiffany Hendra, RHOD
Tiffany never really had a storyline of her own in the first season of Dallas. Unless trying to convince her Keith Urban-lite husband that living in Texas was a good idea is your idea of riveting television. Still, it was nice to see her whenever she showed up for LeeAnne.
116. Lizzie Rovsek, RHOC
Another one of RHOC's one-and-done Housewives. However, she has continued to pop up...but not necessarily contribute anything.
115. Kathryn Edwards, RHOBH
We all cheered when Kathryn took on the infamous Faye Resnick as soon as she made her RHOBH debut...but that's basically the only thing she did.
114. Cary Deuber, The Real Housewives of Dallas
Cary proved herself willing to stand up to the loudest of voices—ahem, LeeAnne Locken—and then, confusingly, befriend her.
113. D'Andra Simmons, RHOD
Her willingness to call one-time BFF LeeAnne on her BS, as well as the introduction to her delightful mother Mama Dee, are why D'Andra is ranked as high as she is.
112. Lydia McLaughlin, RHOC
Lydia's biggest storyline her first time around was trying to get her mom to stop smoking weed. Buzzkill! And her return to the franchise four seasons later did nothing to change our opinion of her, though her willingness to go toe-to-toe with Shannon Beador was admirable.
111. Claudia Jordan, RHOA
Claudia dared to take on NeNe and lived to tell the tale. Unfortunately, she couldn't tell it on camera because she was given the boot after just one season.
110. Kim Fields, RHOA
Kim never really belonged on RHOA. She knew it, her co-stars knew it, and they all acted accordingly. It was never a good fit, but it was still Kim Fields on RHOA. Who would've thought?
109. Lesa Milan, The Real Housewives of Dubai
We'll never forget when Lesa dropped thousands of dollars on ice to cool down her pool in the 100-degree Dubai heat. Iconic ice moment aside, the businesswoman and mother proved to be a force to be reckoned with and never backed down from a fight with enemy Caroline Stanbury. It seems Stanbury has met her match, and we can't look away.
108.Jennifer Pedranti - The Real Housewives of Orange County
The season 17 newbie made a stellar first impression during her inaugural season. She never shied away from discussing her scandalous relationship with boyfriend Ryan Boyajian - especially when Tamra Judge wouldn't stop attcking her over it. But despite Tamra's aggressive hounding over the affair, Jenn kept her cool and never gave her former BFF the reaction she wanted. We see many more season's in Jenn's future.
104-107. Ubah Hassan, Sai De Silva, Erin Lichy & Brynn Whitfield - The Real Housewives of New York City
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103. Guerdy Abraira, The Real Housewives of Miami
Party planner Guerdy was a hurricane of energy and shined bright on season four. Plus, she's fierce as hell. We're betting on her return for a sophomore season.
102. Lisa Hochstein, RHOM
Lisa's struggle with fertility was an emotional watch, but that was about all there was of note during her time on Miami.
101. Caroline Stanbury, The Real Housewives of Dubai
Caroline was undoubtedly the star during her three season's on Bravo's Ladies of London, but something didn't exactly translate when she made the transition to Housewife. Does she live a life of extreme wealth and glamour? Yes. Is she still witty and quick with a sharp comeback? Yes. Did she have a fabulous wedding with her hunky, much younger husband? Yes. But she didn't seem to get along well with most of her RHODubai co-stars. Hopefully season two will allow her to form deeper relationships with the other ladies.
100. Gina Kirschenheiter, The Real Housewives of Orange County
In her first season, Gina was just kind of there. Her second, the 14th season of RHOC, followed Gina as she opened up about her marriage problems, was arrested, fought with quite a few ladies and dyed her hair. And yet, she's still kind of just there.
99. Emily Simpson, RHOC
Emily made her debut in RHOC season 13 and right off the bat got in a heated fight with Kelly Dodd, threatening to kill her. Since then, viewers have been treated to lots of bickering between Emily and her husband Shane.
98. Teddi Mellencamp, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
The accountability coach had a rough first season, but when she returned she took on a big a role in the Puppygate situation with Lisa Vanderpump and lived to tell the tale. As a perma-sidekick to Kyle Richards, though, we're not so sure she has what it takes to ever truly stand on her own.