Luann De Lesseps Follows Up ‘RHONY’ Arrest And Rehab With ‘Countess Nightclub Act’ Amid Ex’s Dismay [Rumors]

Joanne Eglash - Author

Dec. 31 2017, Updated 5:49 a.m. ET

Real Housewives Of New York City (RHONY) star Luann de Lesseps continues to attract attention — and not in a good way. Speculation continues to soar about precisely what occurred that led to her drunken arrest and rehab announcement. Luann’s ex-husband has expressed his strong displeasure that the former Countess continues to use his name as rumors about the scandal continue. But de Lesseps already has plans for 2018, with the RHONY star famed for singing “Money Can’t Buy You Class” ready to debut her cabaret act.

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Will Luann De Lesseps ‘Countess And Friends’ Act Be About Tom?

But despite the ongoing aftermath of de Lesseps’ arrest and confession about rehab, the details of Luann’s new nightclub act have leaked, according to Page Six. One memorable phrase from de Lesseps’ years on the Real Housewives Of New York focuses on Tom D’Agostino. So with the catchphrase of “It’s about Tom” still counting as one of the memorable quotes from Luann’s RHONY years, fans are wondering if D’Agostino will pop up in some form in her cabaret gig, titled “Countess and Friends.”

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“[The cabaret show] ‘Countess and Friends’ is said to be her debut ‘nightclub act’ — which certainly takes on a new meaning since she was arrested after allegedly being found in bed with a mystery man in someone else’s hotel room.”

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Although the mystery man remains unidentified, the “friends” reference could include her co-stars on RHONY as well as ex-husbands such as Tom. But when it comes to counting on friends, Luann may want to remove her former ex-husband from the list.


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