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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Based on the Bravo teaser for the upcoming season of "Real Housewives of Miami," which airs September 13, new cast member Joanna Krupa is at the center of much of the show's tear-soaked drama -- a salty reality show ingredient that was missing from tame season 1.

HuffPost Miami recently spoke with Krupa who revealed why this "RHOM" season 2 cast will be the hottest in the franchise, why she think crocodiles check out her legs, and what doctors say about her third nipple.
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