Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Gamble Breaux berates Kyla Kirkpatrick and Cherry Dipietrantonio over diva antics after accusing her of impersonating her new single on the show
Gamble Breaux has responded to allegations that she may have dubbed a performance of her new single Barrenjoey Road on the Real Housewives of Melbourne.
The 49-year-old held an album release party during the show, where she performed the pop ballad on stage for the first time.
During the performance, the camera captured Kyla Kirkpatrick whispering to Cherry Dipietrantonio that Gamble might be mimicking her performance.
Real deal! Gamble Breaux has backfired on claims she mimicked her new single Barrenjoey Road at the Real Housewives of Melbourne
“I wasn’t aiming, I was actually singing along to my music video,” Gamble told the unpopular podcast this week.
‘But you know what? They were absolute b*tches that night,” she continued.
‘I don’t know what got into them. They feed on each other and that’s a shame.’
When asked about Kyla and Cherry’s behavior, Gamble claimed the pair “wouldn’t get off the bar” when producers first asked them to stand in the audience for her performance.
“I wasn’t mimicking!” During the performance, the camera captured Kyla Kirkpatrick whispering to Cherry Dipietrantonio that Gamble was mimicking her performance, which she has denied.
“There were all these crazy people going on, they were such b*tches,” she said.
Gamble released her Barrenjoey Road EP on Friday, along with the music video for the album’s title track.
In the clip, the 49-year-old reality star walks across Victoria’s Portsea Beach on the Morning Peninsula in a modified Patbo bathing suit dress.
“They were absolute b*tches that night!” Gamble also said Cherry and Kyla behaved badly that night, even refusing to leave the bar to see her perform at one point.
“After the footage was wrapped up, I jumped in the water with the dress and was almost pulled into the sea,” Gamble told the Daily Mail Australia.
The song was written by Gamble along with co-writers and producers Leon Todorovic and Troy Nababan at Hammerspace Perth.
Speaking of the song, Gamble said it was inspired by memories of her late grandmother’s house.
“I don’t know what was going on with them,” Gamble told the unpopular podcast. ‘They feed on each other and that’s a shame’
“There’s a place in all of us that wasn’t necessarily at home, but that felt safe and comfortable and where your mind could be free,” she explained.
“Barrenjoey Road is about summer in Sydney, going somewhere you feel safe and about that moment that isn’t here now, but is in us.”
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Artist: Gamble released her Barrenjoey Road EP on Friday, along with the music video for the album’s title track