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The Real Housewives of New York city is a reality tv program on the Bravo tv network. Most of them are successful business women who seem to have it all and can do it all. Now in its 5th season there are new fresh faces in the group. What once was a boring reality show has come alive.
Ramona Singer who is by far the star of the show is a successful business woman with her successful wine business, Ramona Pinot Grigio, Tru Renewal skincare line, True Faith jewelry collection, and her Ramona Singer Jewelry on HSN. Know too many for her "Turtle Time" she seems to be the jack of all trades.
LuAnn De Lesseps or the countess is know for her manners and etiquette. She has written a book Class with the Countess and released songs, Money Can't Buy You Class and Chic C'est La Vie. She has had numerous articles in published in several known magazines.
Sonja Morgan quoted as saying "I have a taste for luxury and luxury has a taste for me" Sonja is know for her catering, Sonja in the City and of course her toaster oven adventure. She even cooks for her guest full meals with her toaster oven.
Carole Radziwil know for her journalistic work for Primetime Live and 20/20. She is a best selling author for her book, What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love. A story of her life and battles she faced while losing her husband to cancer. Lets not forget this down to earth gal is also a princess, once married to Polish prince Anthony Radziwill. Anthony was the son of Lee Bouvier Radziwill, the sister of Jacqueline Kennedy.
Heather Thomson the creator of Yummie by Heather Thomson, a successful shapewear line she designed after having her children and being disappointed by the products available to her. She is also know as a successful designer and stylist working for several big named celebrities.
Aviva Drescher the final housewife. Actually she is the only housewife. She devotes all of her time to her husband and taking care of her 4 children. Aviva was involved in a terrible accident at a young age and had to have her leg amputated. Now with a prosthetic leg she is bound and determined to not let the tragedy define who she is.
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Luann, Carole, Kristen, and Heather attempt to stay neutral in a possible renewal of tensions between old frenemies, so they decide to attend both Bethenny's and Ramona's brunches.
Luann shows off her new Hamptons home to the ladies at a housewarming party. Dorinda and Sonja finally meet each other at Ramona's house. Carole flirts with Luann's much younger chef. Tensions surface between Bethenny and Ramona at Luann's party.
In the seventh season premiere, Bethenny is knee-deep in her divorce. Luann plans a weekend at her new home in the Hamptons and invites the ladies to join. Ramona is dealing with her separation from Mario. Carole feels the pressure from her book publisher and new housewife Dorinda is living two separate lives - one includes her boyfriend John and the other includes her 21-year-old daughter Hannah.
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The gavel has landed, and Bethenny Frankel is no longer allowed to wear children's pajamas. According to sources, the judge in Frankel's divorce proceedings had a stern message for Frankel, delivered to her lawyer: "No more pajamas!" The judge was referring to a now infamous photo of Frankel wearing her 4-year-old daughter's pajamas, which miraculously fit the Skinnygirl founder, albeit a bit tightly. "This is my daughter's nightgown and PJ shorts," Frankel wrote with the photo.
"Real Housewives Of New York City" cast member Countess LuAnn de Lesseps has some kind parting words toward some recently released cast-mates. She also has a few that fell along the opposite end of the spectrum. Countess has remained mum since her fellow "Real Housewives" co-stars Jill Zarin, Alex McCord and Kelly Bensimon were let go from the show officially Sept. 18. She regrets that Zarin, who started the show with her, and Bensimon won't be continuing the show by her side.
An ex-"Real Housewives of New York City" cast member who got out while the getting was good claims her four former castmates' firings didn't catch her off-guard. Bethany Frankel wasn't among the four housewives that Bravo recently let go before the show starts filming its fifth season. She left voluntarily after the fourth season, developed her own successful spin-off(s) and went on to have considerable success in business with her Skinny Girl brand of cocktails, which she successfully sold to Fortune Brands.
Another of the four fired "Real Housewives Of New York City" cast members has released an official "farewell" statement to the Bravo hit's fans. Jill Zarin has apparently come easily to grips with her release from the four-year Bravo reality series, along with fellow uptown ladies Cindy Barshop, Alex McCord and Kelly Bensimon on Sept. 18. Zarin's official statement thanked Bravo for "four amazing years" filming the series and fan for "literally thousands" of tweet, Facebook messages and e-mails expressing their appreciation for her presence on the show.
The rise from reality TV star to natural foods chef and author to big-time business success has been like a sky rocket for "The Real Housewives of New York City" star Bethenny Frankel, and it only seems to be getting started. While Frankel is currently filming the second season of "Bethenny Ever After" for Bravo (a follow up to the series "Bethenny Getting Married?"), and it very well may be her last. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the reality TV phenom has just recorded a pilot for a new talk show, and she has Ellen Degeneres behind her on the project.
File this one under "Really Bad Ideas." Bravo announced this week its latest grand plan for spreading the word about its reality TV lineup - a "Real Housewives Live" tour. According to The Wrap, "the tour will stop in three cities -- Atlantic City, New Jersey; Hammond, Indiana; and Atlanta -- and each show will feature four cast members from various 'Housewives' franchises talking about their reality-show experiences." While there's no question that there's an audience for the it's-not-scripted-we-swear-wink-wink-nudge-nudge approach of the shows in "The Real Housewives" franchise, you have to wonder how many people would be willing to show up to hear the cast members sit around and talk without a script or some source of manufactured crisis to help stoke the drama.
"Real Housewives of New York" star Sonja Morgan is a public advocate for karma. “What goes around comes around, and the universe always gives back,” Morgan, 47, told Naughty But Nice. “And I'm such a giver.” Morgan, who was referring to a movie investment gone south, is facing eviction from her $6 million mansion in Manhattan amid a bitter divorce from 80-year-old John Adams Morgan. As the Daily Mail reports, Morgan’s most recent challenges follow last month’s bankruptcy announcement of $19 million.
Let's play a little game I like to call "Who's The Reality-TV Racist, Anyway?" According to TMZ, the lawsuit between "Real Housewives of New York City" star Cindy Barshop and former employee Altovise Collier is taking on an ugly new wrinkle: whereas it was Collier who first claimed that Barshop fired her from Barshop's Completely Bare spa because she's black, Barshop is now claiming that Collier's racism is killing her business. "In an effort to mask her own deficient work performance and serial on the job screw-ups, Collier, in a racist fashion, asserts that her race, national origin and skin color were the basis for her termination," said Barshop.
Simon van Kempen of the “Real Housewives of New York” wants the world to know he is “real” and you should be “real” too. In his very rhyme-y debut single, “I Am Real” Van Kempen sings, “You should live your life for you, not how others tell you to.” As the red-leather-clad Van Kempen told PopEater, the lyrics suited him to a ‘T.’ "It's cheeky and catchy and captures my four years on reality TV." Sounds like he really is keeping it real-real-real.
Just how real is the “Real Housewives of New York City” – or any city series for that matter? It’s a good question, and one that Joy Behar slammed on the women from the Big Apple after the spoke about conflicts that were “drama for the show.” “So you’re saying that things are faked?” Behar asked during their appearance on “The View.” The women tried to move on to another topic, until Kelly Bensimon addressed her “crazy” label.
It’s a fertile time for reality TV. From new “Top Chef: Masters” and “The Real Housewives of New York City” seasons to the recent kickoffs of “Shark Tank” and "Bethenny Ever After," reality is in full bloom, even after "Jersey Shore" called it a wrap last week. The ever-expanding genre even has its own Expo and Awards show called "Reality Rocks" coming up April 9-10 in L.A. Check out our rundown on the premieres of your favorite reality shows, and info on the recent kickoffs of shows you can watch right here on Yidio.