Erika Girardi's Vegas Residency Comes to Life in New “RHOBH” Spinoff, “Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde”

The two-part limited series is coming Spring 2024, the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star announced at BravoCon 2023 Sunday

<p>Denise Truscello/Getty for Live Nation Las Vegas</p> Erika Jayne

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Erika Jayne

Erika Girardi is winning big in the City of Sin, and the Bravo cameras are following her journey to the stage.

The network has greenlit a new two-part documentary spinoff series following the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star's hard-fought journey to the opening night of her Las Vegas residency.

Footage from the special was announced on Sunday at BravoCon 2023, in a panel celebrating her extensive music career. The singer — who has had nine No. 1 hits on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart under her on-stage moniker, Erika Janye — opened up a provocative stage show over the summer called Bet It All on Blonde, which runs select weekends at the House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay through Dec. 16.

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Fittingly so, Erika's new Bravo special is called Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde. It premieres in Spring 2024.

In the trailer, which also premiered at BravoCon, Erika opens up about returning to music amid the drama surrounding her estranged husband Tom Girardi, the disgraced and disbarred lawyer who was indicted on fraud charges for allegedly stealing from the victims' families of a 2018 plane crash.

Allegations rose against Tom as Erika filed for divorce from him in November 2020 after 21 years of marriage. And while she's maintained she was unaware of Tom's alleged criminal actions, her costars were quick to question her involvement as criminal and civil suits were filed, the latter of which some named Erika as well.

She's since been cleared in a few of those cases, though other civil battles continue. But Erika is working hard now to plow forward.

"Tom's behavior was bad for three years," Erika says. The s--- this man did. His family, he hurt them too. Now I have to pick up and do a show. It's not like it's going to get any f---ing better."

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Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde

Related: Erika Girardi Talks Beginning a 'New Chapter' on RHOBH: 'I'm Not a Cornered Animal Anymore' (Exclusive)

Mikey Minden, Erika's creative director, will be a bit part of the series. He appears in the trailer, challenging Erika through a rigorous rehearsal process.

The show's official synopsis is as follows:

Through a compilation of formal interviews and observational footage, the documentary chronicles the lead-up to Jayne’s show-stopping Las Vegas debut, set against the backdrop of a deeply personal narrative that sees her take the biggest gamble yet when she bets it all on herself.

Looking to reclaim her life both personally and professionally, the stakes could not be higher for Jayne in the wake of her tumultuous separation and ongoing legal battles. With their sights set on her upcoming residency at the famed House of Blues in Las Vegas, Jayne and her tight-knit team must navigate the challenges that come with putting on a show of this scale.

Their frenzied six-week run-up to opening night sees them tackle every detail – from putting together songs and choreography, to nailing down wardrobe and glam, and countless rehearsals – all while working against the realities of budget constraints and a ticking clock. With no shortage of backstage drama, tensions run high under the pressure to deliver a show with potential for an extended run.

<p>Ethan Miller/Getty </p> Erika Jayne

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Erika Jayne

Related: Erika Girardi Has Strong Words Regarding Divorce, Sees Vegas Residency as a ‘Rebirth’ (Exclusive)

PEOPLE caught up with Erika in August about her residency. "It's been amazing," she said of the show. "I love it and am so grateful for the experience, I really am. It's been a rebirth in a lot of ways and a chance to introduce a newer version of myself as I really launch into this next chapter."

"You know, life has that great way of showing you some things," Erika reflected. "I could have never predicted the path I've been on when I joined the show all those years ago. The good things, the bad things — the universe, it's just kind of bizarre. But I'm here for the ride."

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She said similar things at her BravoCon panel, while also thanking her team, fans, and "everyone at Bravo who stuck by me when it was terrible."

"It sucked, she said. "But I did show up every day and I'm proud of that and will always be proud of that."

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. BravoCon 2023 is taking place through Sunday at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.

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