"The Real Housewives of Dallas" is returning to Bravo TV for season two. However, the cast won't be exactly as it was. In fact, in addition to the alleged exit of Tiffany Hendra, who starred in season one, two new housewives will be joining the show.

According to a report by Us Weekly on February 9, Hendra, the wife of singer Aaron Hendra, will be the only official cast member from season one to leave the series. Although Bravo TV has not yet officially confirmed the news of Hendra's exit, the magazine's report went on to reveal that the spot left by Hendra would be filled by not one, but two more cast members: Kameron Westcott and D’Andra Simmons.

The ladies will be joining returning members of the Dallas-based "Real Housewives" franchise, including Marie Reyes, Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond, Cary Deuber and LeeAnne Locken.

“[Kameron Westcott] is crazy wealthy,” a source told Us Weekly magazine of the new addition. “Her husband just sold something to Apple.”

The new 'Real Housewives' have hinted at their roles on Twitter

In Westcott's Twitter bio, she labels herself a “housewife" and reveals to fans that she resides in Highland Park. She also lists herself as a "mommy, fashionista and philanthropist" and hinted that she may have similarities to Lisa Vanderpump, of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" by proclaiming, "I believe in pink and anything that sparkles.”

As for D'Andra Simmons, Us Weekly magazine described the rumored new addition to the show as a “well-known society woman in Dallas.” According to the report, Simmons is the CEO of the Hard Night Good Morning skincare line.

On Twitter, Simmons has seemingly proclaimed her loyalty to Locken by revealing that she recently served as her plus one at the fashion show for Esé Azénabor Women X Power. She's also shared a photo of herself and Deuber.

In addition to her photos with her potential new "Real Housewives" co-stars, Simmons recently reported an Instagram picture taken during the season one finale and told fans to "giddy up" for season two.

A premiere date for the second season of "The Real Housewives of Dallas" has not yet been revealed.