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Any dedicated fan of VH1’s Mob Wives and the show’s breakout star, Big Ang, will tell you this lovable lady from Staten Island is a relatively even-keeled, rational gal. But in a recent interview, fellow OGs Renee Graziano and Drita D’Avanzo let it spill that Season 4 (and it’s “new blood”) may reveal a whole new side of Ang.

While speaking with ABC News, Drita and Ang were quick to point out how calm in nature their girl Ang usually is: “She’s even steven, that’s what’s nice about Ang,” Renee explains. “She really tries to make the best out of the worst situations.”

However, all that will change soon on this season, warns Drita. “This was the first season that I’ve ever seen someone annoy her,” she shares. “I’ve never seen anyone annoy Ang like that, honestly.”

The cause of this annoyance? That would be the two new girls from Philly, Natalie Guercio and Alicia DiMichele. Now, we don’t yet know what exactly the recent additions did to get under Ang’s skin in the remainder of the season. We did witness a hint of frustration beginning to bubble in the Mob Wife in the premiere, when Natalie got daytime tipsy and ate off of Ang’s plate just minutes into meeting her. But something tells us there’s a lot more to come that will send the usually cool and collected lady over the edge.

A lot of this drama derives from the fact that the show is still filming for the season — even as episodes air!

“The show is aired while we’re still filming, so we’re sitting there watching an episode and you think you’re cool with that person and they say what they say,” Drita explains. “Now you have to go film with them tomorrow, and then everyone’s like ‘Drita was in a bad mood or beating her up.’ Well, Drita just watched her last episode and [saw you] rip her.”

Renee is particularly wary about what’s about to go down in one forthcoming episode. “Episode 5, I’m prepping for it now,” she teases. “I’ve sat my son down like five times [to warn him].”

And if you think you can predict what will happen, you’re sorely mistaken.

“Everyone thinks they know... I know what they think is going to happen, and it’s not,” Drita says. “It goes left and there’s a big war. It’s very, very insane this year. It’s intense.”

Are you ready for a new side to Big Ang? What do you think will happen? Share your predictions below.

Mob Wives: New Blood airs on Thursday nights at 10 p.m. ET on VH1.

Source: ABC News

Samantha Lear is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!