The whole premise behind the Real Housewives franchise is to set women at war against each other for the entertainment of viewers at home, but the infighting going on in the Sydney and Melbourne factions would even knock Conor McGregor for six.
Producers of the Australian version must be rubbing their hands with glee.
Despite not yet knowing the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney, which will premiere on February 26 on Arena, Gamble Breaux, 44, has described her Sydney counterparts as so "feral" they will make The Real Housewives of Melbourne "look like pussycats".
It's an opinion she is basing on her past experience of living in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
"Sydney women, if they are gold diggers, they are the worst. They will cut your throat. My experience is they can be the most slanderous, evil, and calculated," she told Fairfax Media at one of the most glamorous events on the Victorian calender, the Alfa Romeo Portsea Polo.
"They'll do anything to destroy you and get your man. Trust me, I know."
Breaux said her experience was so daunting that she upped and left for Melbourne where "it is much easier to live".
When asked if she believes the RHOS will act in a similar way to those she once knew, she said she doesn't know, but maintained they are all "feral".
Despite her strident comments on her Sydney counterparts, Breaux said she regrets her slagging match with RHOS castmate, Lisa Oldfield, who is married to One Nation co-founder and former Pauline Hanson campaign manager David Oldfield.
Oldfield referred to Melbourne as a "also-ran city," so Breaux retaliated by calling her a "stupid old cow" and said she had "a better looking [floor] mop" than her.
"I am sorry I fought with Lisa because I have inside intel and apparently she is quite reasonable compared to the others. I think she'd be the one I'd get on the most with after what I have heard about the other girls," Breaux said.
Not wanting to spoil the show, she said, "the two you don't expect will be the worst," but would not be drawn further as the cast have been warned not to discuss a fracas involving Victoria Rees on a group trip to Singapore.
Breaux, who is married to eye surgeon Dr. Rick Wolfe, swore she wasn't getting a little green-eyed about all of the attention the RHOS were receiving while the RHOM waited for their fourth season to launch, which Breaux assured they will be "filming soon".
Neither is she worried that they will have to up their game to match the RHOS in the drama stakes.
"No, no we will be just doing our own thing. All of us are pretty shameless. The producers just give us a bottle of champagne and leave us to our own devices," she said.
The Real Housewives of Sydney premieres Sunday, February 26, on Arena.