"I would be a liar if I said it’s 100% out of my mind," Erika Jayne said of her estranged husband Tom’s legal woes
The pressure is on for Erika Jayne.
“Nothing is making me happy,” she says as she struggles to recall the lyrics to her own songs.
With the show just weeks away, Erika’s list of problems is only increasing. “I know what my problem is — we’re over budget," she says.
In addition to her Vegas residency, Erika is also awaiting word on the trial of 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. (Last month, Tom was deemed competent to stand trial in the fraud case.)
"Tom's behavior was bad for three years," Erika says in the trailer. “The s--- this man did. The fallout is great. His family — he hurt them too.”
When a producer informs her that Tom’s hearing was happening, she responds, “I would be a liar if I said it’s 100% out of my mind.”
As for Erika, she has maintained she was unaware of Tom's alleged criminal actions. Her RHOBH 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.
Despite Tom’s ongoing legal woes, Erika is embracing a "show must go on" mentality, saying, “Now I have to pick up and do a show.”
But, Mikey Minden, Erika's creative director, worries it may be too little too late, telling her, “I don’t think we can do it.” He adds, “No one was killing it — including you."
She then requests an off camera meeting with Minden, saying, “They cannot be mic’d for this conversation.”
As she continues to rehearse, she says, “It's not like it's going to get any f---ing better."
Bravo announced the two-hour documentary — which chronicled the lead up to Erika’s provocative stage show at the House of Blues inside Mandalay Bay — during a panel celebrating her extensive music career at BravoCon 2023 in November.
“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,” an official synopsis reads. “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,” the synopsis continues. “With no shortage of backstage drama, tensions run high under the pressure to deliver a show with potential for an extended run.”
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Erika Jayne: Bet It All on Blonde premieres March 6 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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