The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is Wacky AF and We Are Obsessed!

You know we are here for ratchet wacky housewives drama!

Take all of the crazy, the cat-fights, the booze, the parties, and the $$$$$ that you know and love from Bravo’s Real Housewives. Then, bring that mess to Salt Lake City—where mountains, Mormons, possible incest, and general insanity make this the most absurd, funny, and wild of all of Andy Cohen’s harems.

As PopViewer Amanda says, you really get it all with the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.

If this crew isn’t a part of your life yet, let us introduce you!

Meet the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City

There’s Lisa Barlow, the Jewish New Yorker turned Utah Mormon “2.0” who owns a marketing company, a liquor business, and supports her sons’ men’s grooming product line. She does not cook. She works super hard to be perfect. And most importantly, she’s better than you.

We’ll let Lauren bring in Mary Cosby:

OK so to rewind a bit from the “married to her step-grandfather” thing…Mary inherited her grandmother’s empire of churches and, along with it, her husband (Mary’s step-grandfather). Mary is definitely a quirky one people!!! But! She’s always impeccably dressed, and always v down to throw a MET Gala-themed luncheon where no one entirely knows what the dress code is.

Next up, Heather Gay. Heather was a devout Mormon who married—and then divorced—Mormon royalty, leaving her on the outs with the church. She owns a Med Spa business, has 3 daughters, and is on a journey to self-discovery. Love!

Then there is Heather’s sort of third-or-something? cousin, Whitney Rose, who left the church after her steamy workplace affair with her married boss came to light (the two have since been married for 10 years). She owns a skincare line, she’s helping her dad with his struggles, and is trying to gain acceptance from the Mormons who booted her all those years ago.

And then there’s Meredith Marks (who kind of looks exactly like her BFF Lisa?), a celebrity jewelry designer who is navigating a trial separation from her husband. Her fabulous son Brooks is home to help her deal with that. More screen time for Brooks!! Right Jessica?

And finally, we have Jen Shah, the Tongan and Hawaiian queen trying to find her fit in the mostly white, Mormon world of Utah. When she learned about the historical mistreatment of black people in the Mormon religion, she converted to Islam (her husband Sharrief’s religion). She’s dramatic, she’s larger than life, she’s a business owner, she has a million assistants #ShahSquad, she drinks too much, she’s the one-and-only Jen Shah.

So if you love hot mess TV, check out The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.

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