Forget diamonds and rosé, this year the Real Housewives Awards are all about the red, white, and blue. For the third annual event — which, of course, is a celebration honoring the most unforgettable and buzziest moments from recent seasons — the Real Housewives Awards is putting its own spin on the presidential election. How? Well, with categories like Secretary of Shade, Speaker of the Housewives, and Plastic Surgeon General, and the fact that one of the women will be voted into the highest office in all the land: President. Yes, president.RELATED: 11 Cues the Presidential Debate Took from Real Housewives Reunions
Bethenny Frankel, Kandi Burruss, Lisa Vanderpump, Teresa Giudice, Karen Huger, LeeAnne Locken, and Vicki Gunvalson are all vying for the distinction. Other important categories include Chief of Staff, Director of Housewives Relations, Secretary of the Interior Design, Style Ambassador, Head of the Real Bureau of Investigation, and Chief of Laughs.
Starting October 4, you can vote at BravoTV.com/RHAwards or vote via the Bravo Now app. And, yes, every vote counts. So get to it!
This year's Real Housewives Awards will culminate in a special edition of Watch What Happens Live airing Monday, November 7 at 11/10c. Andy Cohen will not only be announcing the winners in each category, but he'll also have the honor of swearing in the first Housewives President.
Before that fateful day, fans can check out even more content on BravoTV.com, including our candidates' stances on The Issues as well as passionate campaigns from some of the biggest Housewives superfans. The time is now, so get out and vote!