Ramona Singer is looking forward to the premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City next week.
During a conversation with Entertainment Tonight on March 24, Singer, who is the only cast member of the show to have appeared on each of its 12 seasons in a full-time position, revealed that the upcoming episodes are “very unique,” before sharing what will make the new season relatable to viewers.
“I think what’s interesting about this season, someone said, describe it and, right now, the word to describe it is, it is a very unique season,” Singer teased.
According to reality star, she and the returning members of the show — including Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley, and Tinsley Mortimer — showed different sides of themselves during filming on Season 12 last year, going deeper with their storylines as new cast member Leah McSweeney was added to the show.
“We’re going deeper and exposing our fears and our weaknesses, and people can relate to that, because no one has a perfect life,” Singer explained.
She went on to say that because no one’s life is perfect, fans will likely find the upcoming episodes quite relatable as they watch the cast members of the series go through ups and downs, not only with each other, but in their own personal lives.
When the new episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City begin, Singer will be seen moving out of the apartment where she lived for 25 years and raised her 24-year-old daughter, Avery Singer. She will also be seen struggling with the fact that she is single in her 60s and wanting to find someone who will hold her at night.
Although she seems to be ready to find love, her Season 12 tagline appears to suggest otherwise.
“I don’t need to find love. I love myself!” she proclaims at the start of the new episodes.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Singer also addressed Bethenny Frankel’s absence from The Real Housewives of New York City during her interview with Entertainment Tonight, suggesting that she felt the season would be much better without Frankel because she and her co-stars were never their true selves when the business mogul was around.
“We all [walked] on eggshells around her,” Singer admitted. “We couldn’t really be ourselves.”
Frankel announced her exit from The Real Housewives of New York City in August of last year, citing her desire to concentrate on other projects as the reason for her departure.