The RealHouseWives of Lagos season 2 kicks off with spices of glamour and drama
Written by AaronWeb on October 2, 2023
The Reality show which debuted in 2011 kicks off with a list of high-class socialite women of Lagos as they unveil their lifestyle alongside feeds the audience with entertaining and glamorous side of Lagos.
The Real Housewives of Lagos season two as announced and aired by Showmax premiered on 29thof September 2023 with new episodes dropping every Friday as it will dig even more deeply into the Housewives’ lives, exposing their goals and accomplishments.
Season two welcomes two new faces into the show; Faith Morey and Tania Omotayo.
Tania Omotayo, an Entrepreneur and Founder of Ziva Lagos and Ziva Kid sis no stranger to the limelight and is super excited to share more about herself in the Reality Show.
“I joined The Real Housewives of Lagos because my life is so public but not because I shared anything, simply based on assumptions. This was an opportunity for me to step out of my comfort zone to actually share a bit of my life and challenge myself with something new’’. She shared in excitement at the event premiere.
Faith, a former basketball player who transitioned into a supermodel, designer, and actress, is set to bring her unique blend of charm and sophistication to the series.
“I have always loved reality TV. I am a private person but for some reason, I wanted to experience it. I also wanted to meet fellow hardworking ladies. And of course, the franchise needed a touch of Faith Morey. I was the missing puzzle from the show!”. She said.
Meet the Real Housewives of Lagos; Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo, the business women Laura Ikeji Kanu , Mariam Timmer, Chioma Ikokwu, and the stylist Toyin Lawani, Faith Morey, a designer and Tania Omotayo, with this new faces of the new housewives , no doubt the show promises afresh blend of exposure and entertainment.
“This season is as real as’reality’ gets,” declared Darey Art-Alade, Chief Creative Director of Live spot 360, the company that produces The Housewives of Lagos.
‘We explored health-related topics in addition to highlighting some real-life struggles African women, in particular, confront, such as juggling family and profession, relationships, and cultural pressures. Of course, theater is still available à la carte’. He added.