It seems that Season 7 of The Real Housewives of New York City will be all about friendships. During Sonja Morgan’s recent fashion line debut at New York Fashion Week, many of the show’s cast members spoke with Wetpaint Entertainment on what viewers can expect to see on the upcoming season.
Surprisingly, viewers may see Bethenny Frankel and Heather Thomson clashing with one another, despite both being a woman who juggles family life with a young child and running her own company. While Heather wouldn’t confirm the rumor that she didn’t get along with Bethenny, she did say that sometimes you don’t get along with certain people despite sharing similarities. Heather then issued a thinly-veiled jab.
“It’s really about true relationships. Either the girls are invested in their relationships with the other girls, or they’re not. It’s going to be apparent this year who’s in it for the relationships and who’s in it because they’re in it.”
The jab seems to have been directed at Bethenny, who reportedly distanced herself from the cast as much as possible in order to protect her image and brand. In early February, Kristen Taekman, in an interview with the NY Daily News, agreed that Bethenny has been “standoffish” while filming the new season. Kristen said that she was “looking forward to really getting to know [Bethenny]” but that hasn’t really happened the way that she wanted it to.
Ramona Singer chimed in that viewers will see “true friendship[s]” and evolved relationships and that “it’ll be interesting to see who gets along with who, who gets into fights with who.”
One person Ramona definitely got into a bit of a fight with during filming is Bethenny. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Ramona admitted that she and Bethenny had an “intense moment” at Sonja’s fashion show after photos came out of the two of them arguing with one another.
— Ramona Singer (@ramonasinger) February 21, 2015
Viewers will also laugh. Kristen Taekman told Wetpaint Entertainment that the show has “a great group of girls and [they] do some fun stuff.”
Carole Radziwill echoed Kristen’s sentiment. She said that Season 7 of The Real Housewives of New York City will show viewers the women’s light sides.
“There’s a lot of tears and emotion, but real and authentic. But our relationships have all come to a point where we know who we like and who we don’t. Friendships, fights, and makeups. I think you get a little bit of everything. Overall it’s funny, we’re a very funny bunch.”
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