11 'Real Housewives' Stars Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Off

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The last 11 years have blessed fans with many iconic Real Housewives stars, but only a handful of the Housewives have been given the reins to their own spin-off: Lisa Vanderpump has Vanderpump Rules and Jax and Brittany Take Kentucky; Kim Zolciak has Don’t Be Tardy; Kandi Burruss had The Kandi Factory, Kandi’s Ski Trip, and Kandi’s Wedding; Caroline Manzo had Manzo’d With Children; NeNe Leakes had I Dream of NeNe, and so the list goes. And as for the next Real Housewife to nab an offshoot show? I don't have that answer. However, I do know which Real Housewives deserve their own spin-off. And yes, names will be named.

So, which Real Housewives should have a Bravo program of their very own? Which Real Housewives should get a chance to try their hand at the spin-off game? Which Housewives should carry the Real Housewives offshoot torch next? (Assuming Bravo doesn't up and decide it’s done gifting Bravolebrities with spin-offs anytime soon, that is.) Let's get to the list of Real Housewives of past and present who could probably handle steering a spin-off ship already. Here are some Real Housewives who deserve their own Bravo series:

1. Erika Girardi Of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

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It could be called… Pat the Tour

The premise could be... Erika Jayne goes on tour and the Bravo cameras follow.

2. Shereé Whitfield Of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta

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It could be called… Shereé Happened To Customer Service

The premise could be...  Shereé visits restaurants with less-than-favorable Yelp reviews and gives them honest feedback. And then, she brings in a team of hospitality experts who then do what they can to fix whatever needs fixing.

3. Dorinda Medley Of The Real Housewives Of New York City

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It could be called… Dorinda Makes It Nice & Jolly

The premise could be... Each episode, Dorinda knocks on a fan’s front door, holiday trimmings in tow. Once the surprised fan calms down, Dorinda proceeds to decorate their house for Christmas.  

4. Lisa Rinna Of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

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It could be called… Rinna Owns It

The premise could be... A cooking show hosted by Lisa and her husband, Harry Hamlin.

5. Karen Huger Of The Real Housewives Of Potomac

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It could be called… Karen’s Way Or The Potomac River Freeway

The premise could be... Karen teaches an etiquette class to a group of lucky students.

6. Yolanda Hadid Of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

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Yolanda’s spin-off would be a joint spin-off with…

7. Shannon Beador Of The Real Housewives Of Orange County

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It could be called… Lemon It Up with Yolanda & Shannon

The premise could be...  Yolanda and Shannon travel the world in search of the best lemon.

8. Siggy Flicker Of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey

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It could be called… Siggy Says

The premise could be... It’d be a live show where viewers could call in and ask Siggy for advice.  

9. Heather Dubrow Of The Real Housewives Of Orange County

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It could be called… Welcome Home, Heather

The premise could be...  It’d literally just be an in-depth tour of the Dubrows' sprawling Orange County palace. Each episode would be devoted to a room. We need to see this house, dang it.

10. Eileen Davidson Of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills

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It could be called… Eileen In

The premise could be... It’d be a closer look at Eileen’s present-day soap opera career.

11. LeeAnne Locken Of The Real Housewives Of Dallas

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It could be called… Don’t Mess With LeeAnne

The premise could be... Each episode, LeeAnne finds a charity event, and then does what she can to raise more money than the actual event. It’d sort of be like Throwdown with Bobby Flay, but instead of a Food Network personality attempting to out-cook chefs around the country, it’d be LeeAnne competing with charity events. Hey, it’d all be for a good cause.

May the grand tradition of Real Housewives spin-offs continue to flourish, and may any of the 11 Real Housewives listed above be given the opportunity to hold the bejeweled, wine-stained torch.