Terry Biviano poised to make a comeback on Real Housewives of Sydney despite continuing tensions with co-stars Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil

Terry Biviano poised to make a comeback on Real Housewives of Sydney despite continuing tensions with co-stars Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil

Terry Biviano is reportedly set to make a dramatic return to the latest season of Real Housewives of Sydney.

Shoe designer Biviano is said to have become a polarising figure among the cast, particularly with founding members Krissy Marsh and Nicole Gazal-O’Neil.

Biviano, who joined the show to shake things up, found herself at odds with Marsh and Gazal-O’Neil, the only remaining original Housewives.

Sources close to the show told The Daily Telegraph that the producers went to great lengths to accommodate Biviano’s demands, which included changing filming locations and enduring her habitual lateness.

By the end of season two, the rift had reportedly grown so severe that Marsh and Gazal-O’Neil, along with another cast member, issued an ultimatum to the producers: either Biviano goes, or they do.

Terry Biviano poised to make a comeback on Real Housewives of Sydney despite continuing tensions with co-stars Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil

Terry Biviano (pictured) is set to make a dramatic return to the latest season of Real Housewives of Sydney

In a twist, contract negotiations between Foxtel and Biviano reportedly broke down before season three when Biviano failed to return her signed contract, much to the frustration of producers.

With no choice but to move forward without her, the show proceeded. 

However talks later resumed, and it was decided that Biviano would return mid-season on a cameo basis, promising to ‘set off fireworks’ and reignite the drama. 

High maintenance shoe designer Biviano quickly became a polarising figure among the cast, particularly with founding members Krissy Marsh and Nicole O'Neil. (Pictured is the cast of RHOS L-R: Krissy Marsh, Sally Obermeder, Victoria Montano, Terri Biviano, Dr Kate Adams, Nicole O'Neil and Caroline Gaultier)

High maintenance shoe designer Biviano quickly became a polarising figure among the cast, particularly with founding members Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil. (Pictured is the cast of RHOS L-R: Krissy Marsh, Sally Obermeder, Victoria Montano, Terri Biviano, Dr Kate Adams, Nicole O’Neil and Caroline Gaultier) 

Marsh and Gazal-O'Neil recently teased that the next season of the series could see the return of more Housewives from the original 2017 season

Marsh and Gazal-O’Neil recently teased that the next season of the series could see the return of more Housewives from the original 2017 season

Previously speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Marsh confirmed her return to the series. 

‘We’re super proud of what we’ve created. It’s been highly entertaining and has sold to so many countries,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.

The possibility of former housemates re-joining the cast was a hot topic during the interview.

The original season of The Real Housewives of Sydney aired in 2017 before being cancelled for being 'too mean' due to its foul language and physical altercations

The original season of The Real Housewives of Sydney aired in 2017 before being cancelled for being ‘too mean’ due to its foul language and physical altercations

When probed about keeping in touch with previous members, Krissy playfully hinted, ‘Yes we do, and we wish they were on season two, but, you know. Hasta la vista, baby. They might be back – just saying.’

This comment was quickly downplayed by Nicole, another cast member, who joked, ‘Krissy’s spreading rumours, she knows nothing.’ 

The original season of The Real Housewives of Sydney aired in 2017 before being cancelled for being ‘too mean’.

It was famously rejected by U.S. network Bravo, who opted not to air it because the extreme catfights and bad language was deemed far too extreme.

‘A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and have no redeeming features,’ Foxtel boss Brian Walsh said at the time. 

Lisa Oldfield and Athena X Levendi were particularly singled out for their foul-mouthed antics, which even turned physical on one occasion.

Producers only brought back Krissy and Nicole from the original series, opening space for Kate Adams, Terry Biviano, Caroline Gaultier, and Sally Obermeder to come on board.

Krissy emphasised to Daily Mail Australia that the strong ensemble of the seven cast members have collectively contributed to a show they are all proud of this time around.

‘And they’re all amazing women. Including us!’ she added with a smile. 

The stars also teased a fresh angle for the upcoming season, suggesting a shift in focus.

‘The daughters are taking over next season,’ they revealed, indicating a possible new dynamic where their children might play a more prominent role.

The upcoming season promises to delve deeper into their lives, with the assurance of retaining the essence of what fans have loved about the show.

‘Next season there’s going to be pretty much the same, but more into our lives,’ they hinted.

Producers only brought back Krissy and Nicole from the original series, opening space for Kate Adams, Terry Biviano, Caroline Gaultier, and Sally Obermeder to come on board

Producers only brought back Krissy and Nicole from the original series, opening space for Kate Adams, Terry Biviano, Caroline Gaultier, and Sally Obermeder to come on board

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