Why is ‘RHODubai’ Episode 5 not airing this week? Here’s what to expect on its return

The conflict involving Caroline Stanbury, Chanel Ayan, and Lesa Milan is about to blow out.

So, you could be in for some disappointment if you turned in on Wednesday, June 29, hoping to catch up on what happened after Stanbury’s crude insults at Ayan and Lesa.

You will be viewing a brand-new edition of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” in place of the regularly scheduled “Real Housewives of Dubai” Episode 5. Therefore, if you’re unsure of when “RHODubai” will return or what to anticipate, we’ve got you covered. Learn more by continuing to read.

Why won’t RHODubai air this week?

The network has not disclosed the cause for the one-week hiatus in “RHODubai,” which has been taken. On Wednesday, July 6, 2022, at 9/8c on Bravo, the reality series will return with an all-new episode of “RHODubai.” While you wait for the new episode, you may watch reruns of previous episodes on Bravo and Peacock.

What can we anticipate when RHODubai is back?

Our beloved southern belle, Phaedra Parks, will make her major debut on “RHODubai” in the upcoming episode 5 of the Bravo series. Phaedra will be introduced as a friend and possible customer of Caroline Brooks. The former “RHOA” star says she wants to expand her company to Dubai by buying some real estate there, and Caroline offers to tour her around. The forthcoming episode, aside from Phaedra’s significant appearance, is loaded with enormous drama!

Lesa is seated with her husband Rich Hall in the network’s teaser video as she recounts Stanbury’s crude remarks to her. Rich is informed by Lesa about Stanbury’s offensive remark that he hoped she would sucking Sergio’s d***. Rich was taken aback by Stanbury’s comment, but he advises Lesa not to confront her or make a big deal out of it. The two giggle as he tells his wife that Stanbury is a “50-year-old influencer.”

We’re eager to catch up on the entertaining drama from Dubai, and fortunately, the delay between episodes won’t be too long.

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