Erica Courtney made an appearance on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Oct. 3, showing off her glamorous gems to some Housewives and their friend.


“Oh I know your jewelry, yes,” Housewife Kyle Richards says to Courtney as they shake hands. “I love your style--Drop Dead Gorgeous.”


Courtney, who says she is completely comfortable on camera without an ounce of shyness, is no stranger to TV appearances. She’s participated in numerous on-air interviews, promoted her QVC line on TV and has before appeared on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when Housewife Camille was looking for jewelry to wear to the Tony Awards.


“Showing my designs to women who appreciate and love the drama of diamonds and exotic gems is the perfect scenario,” Courtney said of her most recent Housewives appearance. “The housewives love bling and getting dressed to the nines, and I’m glad I could show them pieces that create excitement and that statement they want. I loved every minute of being on the show.”


Courtney said that since it’s a reality TV show, what you see is what you get in terms of the cast’s personalities.


“Filming the segment with the ladies is just like showing my designs to old friends and clients,” she said, “It’s so much fun! Camille is a long-time client and loves to purchase my jewelry. Lisa, Kyle and Taylor love to sparkle, and since I know their personalities from the show, I can always show them pieces that fit their style and character.”


The designer added she’s over the stage of worrying about what she looks like on camera.


“As long as I get to continue doing what I love--designing and selling my gorgeous jewelry--I’m a happy camper!”



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