Fans of the first two seasons of Basketball Wives LA might think they know Draya Michele, but the reality star told ET that she opens up a whole new part of her life for this season.
"I've shown my love life," said Draya, who has grown tired of the rumors surrounding her romantic history. "I think that people will see a different side of me -- a nice, softer side."
This season, Draya, Malaysia Pargo and Jackie Christie were joined by newcomers Brittish Williams, Sundy Carter and Brandi Maxiell. Draya admits that she hasn't meshed well with the new cast members.
"They're not girls that I would ever hangout with in regular life," said Draya. "I didn't take time to get to know them. Based off of first impressions, I was kind of over it."
Despite the cast's ongoing social media mud slinging and onscreen tiffs, Draya maintains that she doesn't regret joining the show.
"I'm more thankful that I got the opportunity to do it," said Draya. "I think that Basketball Wives was a great platform for me to have an audience to show them whatever it is I wanted to show them ... The drama just came along with it."
Draya is a clothing designer and launched her brand, Fine Ass Girls, in 2012.
As for what viewers can expect for tonight's all-new episode, Draya teased, "This episode is about gossiping and me kind of minding my business and looking pretty. That's Basketball Wives. It's Draya looking pretty and everyone else in my business."
Basketball Wives L.A. airs Monday nights at 8/7c on VH1.