“Bling Empire” is getting a third season, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
“It’s already locked and loaded,” Dorothy Wang – who made her debut on Season 2 – tells Page Six, noting that the cast has already filmed it.
“All the drama that you see [in Season 2], it really continues to intensify and heat up,” she teases. “The feuds get feudier [sic] and there’s a lot of deep-rooted things that come out.”
Season 2 of the hit Netflix show ended with a few cliffhangers, including the truth about whether Jessey Lee had an affair with Cherie Chan at the start of their relationship, Kim Lee and Kevin Kreider’s budding romance, and Wang’s big move to New York City.
“A lot of lines are drawn and a lot of friendships are ended,” Wang tells us, adding that the third season will “probably” premiere “at the end of the summer.”
Lee, 33, who has starred on the show since Season 1, appeared to reiterate that timing, commenting on Instagram “very soon” when a fan asked when they can expect Season 3.
A rep for Netflix did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Wang, a Los Angeles native, also confirmed to us that she ended up making the move to New York, though she still spends a lot of time on the West Coast.
She shared that she would be into the idea of participating in a New York-based “Bling Empire” spinoff.
“I feel like people would like that,” the veteran reality star told us. “I have a great, fun, diverse group of friends in New York … Everything’s like fast. Everyone is, like, kind of sassier. No one holds back.”
Wang added that she thinks people in LA are more “calculated and manipulative” but her buddies in the Big Apple are just going to “say it and go for the jugular” if they “feel some type of way.”
Wang has jumped back in to reality TV in full force six years after her first show, “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills,” ended on E!.
She tells us she had “a lot of hesitation” signing on to “Bling Empire” because “when you’re on a show … things get a little bit more dramatic.”
“You’re placed in situations you normally wouldn’t get placed in,” Wang, who had a feud with co-star Kane Lim on Season 2, said. “It’s kind of your job to get fired up because you can’t really be boring. You have to have opinions.
“And so that was one of my qualms or something that I was nervous about getting back into, because as outgoing as I am, I do kind of also do appreciate when things are peaceful.”