Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Bethenny Frankel Responds To Andy Cohen’s Hope She’ll Return To The Real Housewives Of New York City!

Bethenny Frankel is taking about life after quitting The Real Housewives of New York City. "I have had such a great experience, Bravo has been such an amazing partner, and I'm always rooting for the women, and what a great journey I've had," she told Entertainment Tonight at the Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 22.

"So, this is the next chapter. The Emmys is a wonderful place to start the next chapter!"

Earlier this month, Andy Cohen spoke out about the Skinnygirl mogul’s decision to exit the Bravo hit reality series,teasing fans that they may see her return in some capacity in future episodes

“It was just so fun to have her back and she brought so much to the show that — I just am living in the gratitude of her second return, and I will hopefully live in the gratitude of her third return. Because we are much like the mob, you can’t get out. And I, I do hope and think that she will come back sometime,” the host, 51, said on his SiriusXM radio show on September 4. “She’s so still a part of everything that’s going on, that you almost could see her dropping in and it’s like, ‘Oh my god! OK. Here’s Bethenny, Bethenny’s at a party! Bethenny’s on this trip.’ You know, you never know. You never know. So, I look forward to her in any capacity on the show, and I’m just grateful that she was back at all. We all should be.”

So does this mean we will see Bethenny making an appearance in Season 12? “You know, I love Andy. I love Bravo,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “They took out an ad yesterday to congratulate me on everything ‘B Strong’ is doing, so it’s great to have good relationships and I will always be a member of the Bravo family. … I have had such a great experience, Bravo has been such an amazing partner, and I’m always rooting for the women, and what a great journey I’ve had. So, this is the next chapter. The Emmys is a wonderful place to start the next chapter!”

Photo Credit: Etienne Laurent/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock; Charles Sykes/Bravo

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