Real Housewives’ Lystra Adams says there’s ‘people she doesn’t vibe with’ and ‘show must go on’ after Dawn Ward’s exit

Real Housewives’ Lystra Adams says there’s ‘people she doesn’t vibe with’ and ‘show must go on’ after Dawn Ward’s exit

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Real Housewives of Cheshire star Lystra Adams has revealed that there “people she doesn’t vibe with” on the series and described how the “show must go on” after Dawn Ward’s exit.

The 44-year-old entrepreneur joined the hit ITVBe show last year and turned heads when she stepped onto the Cheshire scene in her signature glamorous style.

However Lystra, who is the owner of the gorgeous Boujee Restaurant and Bar based in Liverpool and Manchester, admitted that she “didn’t think the arguments were necessarily real” before she joined the series.

Speaking exclusively to OK! online, Lystra, who is mum to daughter Jasmine, 19, said: “There are people that I don’t vibe with and there are people that I don’t really talk to but I will when I have to.

“The fights do drag on and I thought it was never like that! I thought maybe it was going to be you have a little argument and then you put glasses together at the end and let’s forget about it! But oh no it’s not!"

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Asked about the famous dinner parties on the show, Lystra said: “It is very real. I have been in situations where I have had a massive argument and left things so upset.

“And even when I get back home, I am still upset for days.”

She continued: “I am a very sensitive person but I am tough cookie and you have seen that side but equally you saw the softer side.”

However, Lystra revealed how she has “mad love” for fellow RHOC star Tanya Bardsley and the pair speak on the phone “five times a day”.

Speaking about her friendship with Tanya, Lystra said: “I cannot even tell you how incredible she is.

“You would think that we have known each other for years and that is not the case.

“I don’t have a lot of friends and it’s not because I can’t, it’s just because I am very guarded.

“I did find [the show] very different to what I thought. Tanya has my back and has had my back and I am the same with her. We have a really, really great bond and I love her to pieces.

“This series is one to look forward to and you will see a different side to me."

Lystra described how there are “some people that will never be friends”, but added: “In my walk of life it is always one of those things. I walk into a room and people form their opinion like, 'her a** is really big', or 'her boobs are really big.'"

She added: “I am on the crazy side but the good crazy! I am me and full of fun and bubbly. I don’t blend in when I walk into a room and you know that I am there!”


And speaking about Dawn Ward, who announced her exit from the show after seven years last December, Lystra added: “I think the show must go on darling!”

The beauty, who opened her hugely-successful restaurant during the pandemic, described how the popularity of the venture is a “pinch me” moment when she sees people queuing to get in.

Lystra said: ­“Many times I am actually choking up at the thought of where I have come from. I have come from a strict upbringing but not a rich family by any means."


The reality star, who moved from South America to the UK in 1997, said: “I saw my mother struggle and it is easy for people to look but I have seen it first-hand and I have come from struggle.

“I want to make sure that I leave something for my daughter and leave a legacy for her. This is my time to work with what I have.”

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And the glamorous businesswoman, who has also launched Lashes by Lystra, said she would love to find 'The One' but she is not “actively looking.”

“I am single and ready to mingle as they say but I am not actively looking. I am quite busy at the moment but it would be nice if someone came along.

“But again, I am not the easiest to please so it might take a while!”

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