The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills discussed their next season. Credit: Valerie Macon/Getty Images

The drama is about to get even more real on the upcoming fifth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The women of the sunshine state dished to Us Weekly exclusively about what's ahead on the show. 

"It's going to be the most intense season we've ever had," RHOBH star Kyle Richards, 45, told Us at Nicky Hilton's book party in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, Oct. 21. "In every aspect honestly. I mean, from the relationships, to disagreements, problems, you name it. It's the most intense season we've ever had."

Richards' RHOBH costar Yolanda Foster agreed with her take and told Us, "You know, I think it's going to be our best season yet."

"It's a very complicated season," Foster, 50, explained. "I think a lot of things from last year… people are making up, new friendships, new people are coming into the group. I think it's going to be a great season."

Said new friendships include the additions of soap opera stars Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson, who are joining the cast after the departure of last season's stars Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia — the latter of whom Richards noted that she would not miss. 

"They're awesome," Foster told Us of the newcomers. "We're so blessed. I love both of them and I'm really excited to have two very intelligent, strong women that you know really make a difference in our group."

Old favorite Lisa Vanderpump, will also be appearing in the next season along with alums Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville, told Us that the drama is as fierce as ever in season five. Asked whether the Housewives are getting along in the new episodes, Vanderpump, 54, told Us simply, "No."