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Erika Jayne Says She's Ready To Give The Gays Everything They Want With Upcoming Vegas Residency

Erika Jayne says she is grateful for her upcoming Vegas residency after going through legal hell due to all the legal drama surrounding her ex-husband's financial thievery.

On an upcoming episode of Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast, the Bravolebrity explains that she is grateful to launch a Las Vegas residency after ongoing legal drama forced her inner pop star to temporarily retreat.

“Going through what I went through the last couple years really stole my creativity. It’s hard to be creative and inspired when there’s such heavy things,” Jayne, 51, says.

“Getting back to being creative and getting inspired has been fun,” adds the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” mainstay.

“And I look forward to sharing that on stage.”

Jayne’s forthcoming show — titled “Bet It All on Blonde” — comes after an avalanche of personal struggles played out on the last few seasons of “RHOBH.”

Notably, her woes have been linked to estranged husband Tom Girardi, who is still facing embezzlement charges.

Revealing that her return to music has eclipsed her court-released miseries as cameras roll for “RHOBH” Season 13, Jayne notes, “I think the heaviest part is over.”

She elaborates, “I think there are still some things outstanding and they may be like that for a while. That’s OK. Life goes on.”

Disgraced attorney Girardi, 83 — who has been disbarred, placed in a legal conservatorship, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and lives in a memory care facility — stands accused of misappropriating millions of dollars owed to aggrieved clients, including widows, orphans and burn victims.

Meanwhile, Jayne — who has maintained that she had no knowledge of Girardi’s alleged misdeeds — scored a victory in a $5 million lawsuit filed against her for allegedly “aiding and abetting” her spouse, with the judge finding no evidence of “wrongdoing” on her part, Page Six reported in August 2022.

“It’s where I’m at in life,” she tells us, “and I’m happy to be here as opposed to where I was.”

The performer feels that her Sin City gig is the sparkling centerpiece of a brighter future.

“It’s great to have this chapter of my life,” she says. “How would I start it any better? We’re wrapping up that and onto this now.”

Though Jayne hasn’t started rehearsals yet, she can’t wait to bring life to “Bet It All on Blonde” — a spectacle she says will reflect the ups and downs she’s experienced in recent times.

“It’s pop, it’s dance, it’s glamour, it’s glitz, it’s fun,” she tells us, teasing that new music is on its way six years after dropping “Xxpen$ive,” a single that topped Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart.

“But there is a little bit more resilience, a little bit more bite. Things change, we all evolve and that’s what the music will indicate.”

Amid the sonic evolution, Jayne is keeping her OG fans in mind throughout the creative process for “Bet It All on Blonde.” She acknowledges that her most fervent supporters are part of the LGBTQIA+ community and have followed her long before she entered the Bravo-verse.

Promising that she’s going to “give the gays everything they want” — again — she says, “I’m gonna give you as many costume changes as they’ll let me have … It’s going to be a ton of costumes and makeup and hair and glamour and music — and I want water! It’s gonna be a good time.”

Jayne’s Las Vegas residency, “Bet It All on Blonde,” starts Aug. 25 with dates through early December at Mandalay Bay’s House of Blues.

Well word on the gossip streets is that Erika got the residency because she's clapping them expensive cheeks on the peen of Michael John Gaughn, 80, a casino owner of the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa. He has a net worth of over $200 million.

Erika needs to write a book on how to snag a sugar daddy, because if there's one thing she's good at is snagging a man of a certain age with a lot of coin and a lot of business connections.

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