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The Real Housewives of Melbourne season five taglines are revealed - and we can already tell who will cause the most drama

The ladies are back!

By Alana Mazzoni
Real Housewives of Melbourne fans have been waiting more than three years for the hit reality show to return to our screens.
And just three days out from the fifth season's highly-anticipated premiere, the ladies of Toorak's opening taglines have been revealed – showcasing four new cast members.
The opening credits for season five begins with RHOM veteran Janet Roach, dressed in a fabulous blue frock, saying: "I don't like trouble unless I've caused it."
Fan-favourite Jackie Gillies' tagline reverted back to her popular catchphrase, saying: "Watch out world because I'm shining brighter than ever".
Fan-favourite Jackie Gillies' tagline reverted back to her popular catchphrase, saying: "Watch out world because I'm shining brighter than ever". (Image: Foxtel)
Newcomer Cherry Dipietrantonio told the camera: "Life is a journey, not a competition," while fellow newbie Kyla Kirkpatrick exclaimed: "Diamonds aren't a girl's best friend, champagne is."
Returning housewife Gamble Breaux kept true to her self-deprecating sense of humour, saying: "I'm no fool, but I don't mind acting like one."
"Fake news I can handle, fake people? Not in this life," Anjali Rao said ahead of her debut on the show, while newbie Simone Elliott opted for: "Keep your standards high and your stilettos higher."
Returning housewife Gamble Breaux kept true to her self-deprecating sense of humour, saying: "I'm not fool, but I don't mind acting like one."
The highly-anticipated fifth season returns to Foxtel this Sunday after a three-year hiatus.
Last month a trailer was released, showing even more glitz, glamour and drama than ever before.
"You're just a lying piece of …" Janet was seen telling one of her co-stars during a preview of an explosive dinner party.
Queen of RHOM Gina Liano won't be returning for the new season, saying she was "hesitant" to sign on again.
"I got back into my own life, it was peaceful and I quite enjoyed it and I was hesitant to come back only for that reason," she said earlier this year.
The fifth season of The Real Housewives of Melbourne premieres on Sunday, October 10. (Image: TV WEEK)
"It's a big responsibility having a public profile, even though I swear and carry on and maybe act a bit irresponsible.
"I think there might be a time where I don't come back just because my life will keep moving."
Fellow original cast member Lydia Schiavello has also walked away from the show.
"I will miss the camaraderie the interaction with viewers and the challenges that my fellow cast members presented," she wrote in an Instagram post.

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