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When the Bravo crew gave Miami its own Real Housewives franchise (the 7th one, to be exact), it kinda started to make us think the network was on a mission to saturate every major U.S. city with its camera crews. But alas, Bravo’s Andy Cohen told OK! Miami is where the RH ship docks. For good. (Please excuse us while we wrap our heads around the fact that we will never be on the Real Housewives of Seattle. Okay. All better.)

“I really feel like we’re done,” Cohen says. And when asked if Miami was the “last stop” on the Housewives (bedazzled) train, Andy answered, “Yeah.”

Should we be sad? Maybe. But are we? H-e double hockey sticks yes. We can’t deny that Miami hasn’t been as hot as we were expecting, but still. We guess this just gives us more incentive to focus on the franchises already near and dear to our hearts. That means you, Beverly Hills and you, Atlanta!

Andy also dished that he’d like to see the rest of the housewives stay right where they are — as in not starring in their own spinoffs. Oh, darn. More dreams shattered.

Another fun tidbit? During a game of rapid fire word association, Andy’s one word for Camille Grammer was “rich.” That’s not exactly what we would go for (we guess he was just trying to be nice), but it definitely works!

Source: OK!