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Real Housewives Of Toronto Stars Reunite At Toronto Women’s Fashion Week — See Pics Here!

Last week, Real Housewives of Toronto stars Ann Kaplan Mulholland, Gregoriane "Grego" Minot, Jana Webb, Joan Kelley Walker and Roxy Earle reunited to support one another during Toronto's Women's Fashion Week.

Ann, Grego, Joan and Roxy came together to show their support for Jana Webb, who continues to fiercely expand her Joga empire. Jana walked the catwalk to promote her partnership with Reebok Canada for their Joga active wear range.

"Tonight meant so many things ... 10 months ago I couldn't even walk ... last night I walked in a fashion runway show representing Joga and my new partnership with Reebok. What a night to remember!," she wrote on Instagram. "Thx u @reebokcanada for trusting the vision and working with us to create this show 🙏❤️... and to my friends in the crowd cheering me every step of the way - you know who you are. Thankyou @joga_world @jogahouse."

Jana shared another post with the fans celebrating along with her Joga team the excitment of walking TWFW! "TEAM WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK!!! Shout out to the entire Joga Team for making our first ever flash mob on a runway stage a huge success," she wrote. "Jogaography by @lianabelliss Music by @janeybworld @fearceacademy fashion by @reebokcanada and of course Entertainment from all of our fierce & focused Joga Coaches #TeamJoga #TeamReebok #flashmob #toronto #fashion #fitness."

Several of the cast took to Instagram to share with fans their mini reunion. "Nothing like supporting a friend @jogajana for her fashion show with @reebok for @tw_fw #jogaxreebok," wrote Joan.

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Meanwhile, Roxy Earle also walked the catwalk for a charity runway show to raise funds for Easter Seals Ontario, which they help kids with physical disabilities.

Back in June, it was confirmed that The Real Housewives of Toronto was not renewed for a second season, however the network did confirm that the series was not cancelled. Programming chief Barbara Williams says the network may even try a different Canadian city altogether.

“I thought the first season was really fun, but whether we do Toronto again, or maybe even another city, I don’t know,” said Williams. “We won’t bring it back right away in the fall. We may take a bit of a break.”

Williams stressed that The Real Housewives of Toronto wasn’t cancelled but is on “hiatus,” and could be picked up again at a later date.

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