Bravo has confirmed that there will be a second season of "Blood, Sweat and Heels" so the only question now is which of the ladies will return for another season. On Wednesday, May 28, Wetpaint Entertainment posted a video in which they spoke to some of the show's stars while at the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment upfronts and asked what, and who, viewers can expect in the second season.
Geneva S. Thomas, Daisy Lewellyn, Melyssa Ford, and Mica Hughes all said that they're not sure if they're returning for the second season. Geneva said that they're waiting for confirmation of their returns while Daisy, Melyssa and Mica all said that they hope they get asked back. While they haven't received official confirmations yet, it's likely that they will be asked back or else they wouldn't have been invited to represent the show at the major press event.
If they do come back, viewers can expect lots of fun and drama with their personal and professional lives. Melyssa said that she'll task her co-stars with finding her a mate while Daisy expressed interest in finding a man of her own. Geneva said that she hopes the second season will focus more on her career, noting that she just launched a digital marketing agency for women.
Mica also hopes to show people more of her professional life, saying that while she doesn't mind sharing her personal life, she wants to show people how she builds and grows her businesses. Daisy also said that she's a career girl and it's always about work but perhaps that's why she doesn't have a man.
While Wetpaint Entertainment didn't speak to Brie Bythewood, she was at the upfronts with the rest of the cast, showing that she'll likely be asked back as well. On the night of the upfronts, she posted a photo collage of her with the rest of the ladies. Tellingly, Demetria Lucas wasn't in the photos. Naughty But Nice Rob did report that Demetria was invited to the event so perhaps she just didn't feel like going or is having second thoughts about the show.
In early May, Demetria did admit in an interview that she's not sure if she would return for a second season. She pointed out that the show, instead of being focused on the professional lives of African American women in New York City as it was pitched to her, became much more focused on their personal lives. Seems that all of the stars of "Blood, Sweat and Heels" would like it to turn more professional but, as they probably know, it's the personal that drives ratings.