RHONY season seven has seen what some believe to be a “b—-y’-er version of Bethenny Frankel. However, according to the Skinnygirl mogul, what fans are seeing on RHONY season seven isn’t any different than what they saw during the first three seasons of the Bravo reality show.
On May 6, Frankel took to Twitter, where the RHONY season seven star reminded fans that her aggressive behavior is standard.
“I think leaving housewives was like a death. People only remember the good. I was b—-y then too. ask @CountessLuann #thebisback.”
After appearing on seasons one through three of The Real Housewives of New York City, Frankel got married, and began starring on her own set of reality shows by Bravo, including Bethenny Getting Married and Bethenny Ever After. From there, the reality star and entrepreneur briefly starred in her own talk show on FOX, which was canceled after just one season. Around the same time, Frankel’s marriage to Jason Hoppy came to an end, and the couple are still involved in a messy divorce.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Frankel announced she’d be appearing on RHONY season seven in October of last year. In a lengthy post on her personal blog, the reality star and mother of one spoke about why the timing of RHONY season seven felt right.
“After many years of hesitation, I have decided to return to my roots on ‘The Real Housewives of New York City.’ I have been through a long and arduous road since my departure, and I’m finally coming out on the other side. It finally feels right to go home again.”
In her post, in addition to the news of her RHONY season seven return, Frankel spoke of her failed talk show, Bethennny.
“After my talk show ended, I really had doubts about ever going back to television. I’ve been through a lot personally, and I wasn’t sure I wanted to expose myself to any more public scrutiny. That said, I’ve been so fortunate to be able to connect with the audience and inspire them to fulfill their wildest dreams. I learned a lot about myself through that experience. I really need to be able to express myself freely and creatively; I like when no two days are the same, and I don’t thrive when being filtered or edited.”
For more RHONY season seven, tune into new episodes on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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