“Real Housewives of New York” premieres its eighth season on April 6 on Bravo TV. The second chapter of “The Real Housewives” franchise promises more excitement and drama.

The cast of season 8 includes LuAnn de Lesseps, Julianne Wainstein, Bethenny Frankel, Carole Radziwill, Ramona Singer, Dorinda Medley, and Sonja Morgan.

Each housewife brandishes a new tagline for the upcoming season. Bravo TV shared the brand-new philosophies of each one.

“If you can’t handle the truth, you can’t handle me,” from Bethenny Frankel.

MNR Daily described Frankel as the “Skinnygirl mogul”. She is outspoken. Hence, she might have more amusing remarks to give out in season 8, the website added.

“I plan for the future, but live in the moment,” from Carole Radziwill.

Radziwill began dating de Lesseps’ personal chef Adam Kenworthy last season. In January, they spent a wet-and-wild holiday in the Bahamas, Mail Online reported then. The Countess does not approve of their relationship.

“Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend, martinis are,” said Dorinda Medley.

Medley joined “Real Housewives of New York” in 2014. Page Six reported that Medley along with Julianne Wainstein would throw a premiere screening party. However, Sonja Morgan also plans another party to celebrate the new season. Alas, the war behind the scenes is already in motion, the website noted.

“A Jew and an Asian walked into a bar…then they had me,” said newcomer Julianne Wainstein. She is the only cast member who is married.

“If you can’t be cool, you can’t be with the Countess,” from LuAnn de Lesseps. The Countess is excited for this season for her recent engagement to Thomas D’Agostino Jr., US Weekly reported. She was married to Count Alexandre de Lesseps from 1993 to 2009.

“Like a fine wine, I just get better with age,” from Ramona Singer. Since her divorce last season, it appears Singer is doing a lot better now and has moved on.

“If being Sonja is so wrong, why does it feel so right?,” from Sonja Morgan. MNR Daily noted that Morgan will have more fun this season, despite what the other ladies think.