Bravo Heard You: Ramona Singer Is Back For Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Edition!

Bravo Heard You: Ramona Singer Is Back For Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Edition!


She wants to perform now, and she will.

You are all aware that Bravo has decided to replace the entire ensemble of the “Real Housewives of New York,” but now, Bravo wants Ramona Singer to return for an episode of “Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY.” This news delighted fans who are all long waiting for her.

Only Sonja Morgan, Luann de Lesseps, Dorinda Medley, Jill Zarin, Tinsley Mortimer, and Kelly Killoren Bensimon were invited to participate in “RHONY: Legacy” Bravo. During her brief stint on “RHONY,” Eboni K. Williams allegedly made racist allegations against Ramona, which prevented Bravo from bringing her back to the network.

We can all remember that “RHONY: Legacy” was canceled after Jill and Tinsley declined to participate. Recently, Bravo has been interested in bringing Ramona back “after fans expressed a desire for her” alongside Luann, Sonja, Dorinda, Kelly, Alex McCord, and possibly Bethenny Frankel on a program similar to “Ultimate Girls Trip.

From season 3, they would be sent back to Scary Island. Bravo is attempting to revive its shelved “Real Housewives of New York City: Legacy” project as a “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip”-style program.

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However, this concept broke apart during contract negotiations. The executives have redesigned it as a special-style program that documents a brief period, similar to how “RHUGT” records a short vacation.

According to sources, it will be an “RHUGT”-like program featuring an all-“RHONY” cast. Longtime cast members Luann de Lesseps and Sonja Morgan have reportedly been offered positions on the show, as have former “RHONY” stars Kelly Bensimon and Dorinda Medley, who was expected to return for “Legacy” before negotiations broke down.

According to reports, contracts have been sent to the performers for signatures. And the legendary Singer who informed Page Six that she would not appear on “Legacy” has changed her mind. Last November, the grand dame of drunkenly shouting in people’s faces informed us, “I no longer wish to perform. It’s not for me right now.”

However, sources stated that Bravo did not offer her a place at the time, even though she had the longest tenure as the original cast member. If it avoids contact catastrophe, the “Legacy” spin-off will air on Bravo, which has traditionally hosted the “Real Housewives” franchises, or its sibling streamer Peacock, which is home to “RHUGT.” In addition, Bravo intends to air a revamped version of “RHONY” with an entirely new, self-awarely diverse cast.

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