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‘Bling is back!’: Netflix unveils new trailer for season 2 of ‘Bling Empire’

  • Netflix has dropped the official trailer for Season 2 of “Bling Empire,” premiering May 13.

  • The new season adds two newcomers, former “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” star Dorothy Wang and businesswoman Mimi Morris to the original cast.

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Get ready for more glitz and glamor as “Los Angeles’s beloved uber-rich Asians” gather for the second season of Netflix’s hit reality show “Bling Empire.”

Netflix officially dropped the trailer for the upcoming season on Friday. 

On top of the original cast, which includes Kevin Kreider, Kim Lee, Cherie Chan, Jessey Lee, Kane Lim, Christine Chiu and Anna Shay, this new season brings in two newcomers: Dorothy Wang and Mimi Morris.

Wang, a former star of E Entertainment’s “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills,” is the daughter of billionaire Roger Wang. Morris, who immigrated from Vietnam as a child, takes her claim to fame from her successful business and her marriage to Donald Morris, CEO of Morris Group International. 

Season 2 newcomers Dorothy Wang and Mimi Morris | Images: Netflix

“It’s spectacular. This one just takes it to a whole new level,” says Kevin, who started off the show as the only outsider to the lavish world of his cohorts. 

The new season follows the budding romance between Kevin and Kim as Cherie and Jessey’s relationship sees unexpected trouble. The seemingly unproblematic “best bud friendship” between Kevin and Kane also begins to take a turn this season. 

Though of course, more drama picks up from where the first season left off, including the fierce rivalry between Beverly Hills queens Christine and Anna.

“But through it all, the one thing these friends hold dearest to their hearts is their love for each other … and of course, impeccable style,” the synopsis reads. 

The new season premieres on May 13. Watch the full trailer below:

Featured Image: Netflix 

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