The hour-long show follows the glamorous lives of stylish WAGs Tanya Bardsley, Leanne Brown, Magali Gorre and Dawn Ward, beauty salon owner Ampika Pickston and ‘domestic goddess’ Lauren Simon.
The fifth instalment was as hilarious as ever, with the rows and the drama between the ladies ramped up to the maximum. Here are some of the highlights from the champagne cork-popping episode five ...
Portugal is only a couple of hours by plane from Cheshire. And Tanya and Leanne were on their 'holibobs'. But the sunshine went behind the clouds when Tanya became a tad tearful when Leanne made a little joke about her kids. Then 'Nanny McLeLe' offered to help mum Tanya to get some rest by staying over at her home.
Fancy seeing YOU here
Tanya and Leanne were amazed to bump into Lauren and hubby Paul on the beach in Portugal.
Who would have imagined that the world is so small? Later they met up to celebrate with champagne, naturally, and toasted being away from Cheshire with a bottle of Moet, not Cristal much to Tanya's disappointment.
The girls enjoy a swanky cocktail event at Bolesworth Castle, near Chester.
Ampika getting told off by Dawn for getting involved in her ongoing argument with Magali. But Ampika said the row was causing 'gangland warfare' among the girls.
Forget the haters we only do winning
Dawn's daughter Darby can not only sing (she's in girlband Alula) she can horse ride too. Darby recalled that mum Dawn used to embarrass her by shouting across the arena. But Darby, that's what proud mums do.
It's good to talk
After the earlier upset during a photo shoot in the park - Ampika's dog had to be rescued from the river then Magali helped her to find her very expensive bracelet - she received a shock phone call from Dawn, asking for a meeting.
The lunch date didn't go well. Dawn arrived late then accused Magali of having a passive aggressive disorder. In return Magali accused Dawn of having fake eyelashes, filler, false teeth and a 'fake heart' then stormed out. But surprisingly she returned in a calmer state and the two warring women made a toast.