“Real Housewives” executive producer Andy Cohen has revealed that Bravo has officially greenlit “The Real Housewives of Dubai.”

Cohen made the announcement on Monday during an appearance on the NBC program “Today.” In a press release, the “Watch What Happens Live” host reflected on the major step for the network.

“Everything’s bigger in Dubai, and I couldn’t be more excited to launch Bravo’s first international ‘Housewives’ series in a city I’ve been fascinated by for years, with an outstanding group of friends as our guides,” said Cohen.

This isn’t the first time Bravo has expanded into the international market. The reality show “Ladies of London” ran on the network for three seasons and followed the lives of high society women in the UK.

Caroline Stanbury was one of the cast members and announced she was moving to Dubai during the series finale. Since the show, Stanbury has divorced Cem Habi and in January, announced her engagement to former Real Madrid soccer player Sergio Carrallo.

On Monday, fans of the “Real Housewives” franchise tweeted their excitement over the big announcement and shared their hopes that Stanbury would appear on the upcoming reality show.

“‘Real Housewives of Dubai’ is going to be wealth like no other!!! Looking forward to seeing more awful people from around the world! #RealHousewives #Dubai,” one person wrote.

Another fan admitted they hoped the newest addition to the “Real Housewives” franchise would be centered around Stanbury.

“Was the ‘Real Housewives of Dubai’ created around Caroline Stanbury because I wouldn’t be mad about that at all,” the individual wrote.

The press release states the reality series will follow “a group of women navigating their relationships, careers, and supremely lavish and ultra-wealthy lifestyles in the United Arab Emirates. With the desert paradise of Dubai as the backdrop, this billionaire’s playground is known for its over-the-top opulence, jaw-dropping modern architecture, and wild nightlife scene.”

“The Real Housewives of Dubai” is set to premiere on Bravo next year.

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Andy Cohen hosts “Watch What Happens Live” on Bravo. NBC