Carole Radziwill is excited about the upcoming Season 7 premiere of her hit Bravo reality show. In an interview with E! News on April 6, Raziwill claimed The Real Housewives of New York City‘s latest installment is a “really good season.”
“Last year was toxic for a lot of us. It was just more obvious with me, but it wasn’t a great environment. It got very nasty and dark. Clearly the audience was not into that.”
This time around, Carole Radziwill explained, there are “highs and lows with a thread of comedy.” Because the housewife count is so high, with a whopping eight wives (more than there has even been in any city) starring on Season 7, Radziwill claimed there was “a lot of emotion,” and “a lot of crying.”
Although Carole Radziwill didn’t reveal details about what exactly fans can expect from her story line, she did tease of an emotional moment on-screen, claiming her weak moment was not something she saw coming.
“There’s a moment at the end that was a little overwhelming and it did get more emotional than I did anticipate, but I’m OK with that. I think it was true and authentic and I think producers are respectful…and I appreciated that. I think it’s an interesting story to tell, certainly came out of the blue for me and was a little unusual, but I thought, ‘OK, if I’m going to do this, I’m going to do it.'”
Also in her interview with E! News, Carole Radziwill recalled the series’ sixth season, which featured her at odds with Aviva Drescher, who was allegedly booted shortly after the show wrapped. Speaking of her return to the show, Radziwill said she was made aware of Drescher’s exit before she signed back on. Although she did not say her decision to return was based on Drescher’s exit, it certainly made for a selling point — especially considering Drescher targeted Radziwill’s career during filming, claiming she didn’t write her own books. Understandably, Radziwill didn’t take Drescher’s accusations lightly.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Carole Radziwill split from her boyfriend Russ Irwin in late 2012, following filming on her first season of The Real Housewives of New York City. At the time, Radziwill confirmed the sad news with Us Weekly.
For more Carole Radziwill, tune into the seventh season premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City on Tuesday, April 7, at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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