Melissa Gorga Says This Housewife Caused The Most Drama On Ultimate Girls Trip

Any true fan of "The Real Housewives" franchise loves to delve into every branch of the series. Whether you prefer a bit of "The Real Housewives of the Potomac" or love a throwback season of "The Real Housewives of New York," each city offers it's own perfect little corner of chaos. Of course, to know "The Real Housewives" is not necessarily to love them. Each branch offers their own problematic mess of characters as well as iconic queens. Which side you fall on within each huge scandal down to the minuscule fights about Brandi Glanville calling Joyce Giraud "Jacqueline," can often be polarizing (via E! News).

The Peacock gods answered our prayers for a chance to see our favorite (or most hated in some *cough* Ramona Singer *cough* cases) housewives all stranded on an island together in "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" with naturally nothing to do but clash with each other. The cast lineup for the trip was confirmed in April 2021 and it was everything we could have ever hoped for. The ladies all dropped their gratuitous private jet snaps on Instagram as of publication to further confirm that the lineup would be Melissa Gorga, Cynthia Bailey, Kyle Richards, Luann de Lesseps, Teresa Giudice, Kenya Moore, and Singer (via Bravo TV). We know, iconic. With a cast packed full of OGs like these, something was guaranteed to kick off.

Melissa Gorga singled out Ramona Singer as the drama instigator

With so many iconic, and extremely loud and opinionated housewives stranded on a trip together, we could only imagine (and we constantly try to) the level of drama that went down. Would the ladies actually be cordial? Did they have no real reason to fight? Would they butt heads? Would they drag up each other's pasts? Well, Melissa Gorga finally dished a little bit to E! News and gave a little teaser of what to expect.

When asked who stirred the pot the most on the trip, Gorga held her hands up and had no choice but to give all the answer we were expecting when she said, "Ramona [Singer] is just ... she's her own being. She makes me laugh. I personally love her, but she tends to push buttons sometimes," she politely joked. We can't say we're surprised, but we are definitely eager to watch it all unfold on November 18, 2021 on Peacock. "Eight days. Four cities. Seven icons. One ultimate girls trip" — the teaser trailer really says it all (via YouTube).