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Ciara Miller and Mya Allen on Being 'Co-dependents' and 'Delusion' at the 'Summer House' Reunion (Exclusive)

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Ciara Miller and Mya Allen are taking back the narrative. Or, at least, adding to it.The  stars just launched a joint podcast, , which they say fills in the gaps that exist from what fans get to see on the Bravo series.

The show only captures their weekends spent partying with friends over a three-month stretch in the Hamptons, all edited down into 42-minute episodes. «There's no production company — are the production company — so you get to hear us, raw and unedited, just our truthful feelings about pretty much everything,» Mya tells ET. «Everything,» Ciara reiterates. «Life, dating.

It kind of gives the viewer a different viewpoint of us, as opposed to, on, it's kind of in the midst of 12 different people.

So this is kind of a more intimate setting for us to communicate with our fans, and also just be open and real about our lives and things that we're going through — and hopefully a positive aspect for us, too; a positive point where we can open up and really be open and vulnerable on all subject matters.»The show's title is in and of itself a sort of revelation; the pair, who met while filming season 6 of the reality series and bonded over being the series' sole Black cast members, say their relationship hasn't translated properly on screen.«We function as one quite frequently,» Mya declares. «There are still two of us; we are different people with one beautiful sisterhood.»«We are truly sisters,» she adds. «We fight about damn near everything.

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