Thursday, March 26, 2020

Ramona Singer Teases What RHONY Viewers Can Expect In “Unique” And “Interesting” New Season! Plus Ramona Claims Bethenny Frankel Had ‘FOMO’ During Season 12; Says “She’d Be Calling Us Nonstop To Find Out The Dirt On Our Group Trips”

Ramona Singer is teasing viewers what can expect in the upcoming new season of The Real Housewives of New York City. The original cast member spills the tea how Season 12 will be different to last season following Bethenny Frankel's departure from the series.

"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," Ramona told Entertainment Tonight.

"We're showing ourselves in a different way, we’re going deeper and exposing our fears and our weaknesses, and people can relate to that, because no one has a perfect life. No one has a perfect life. And if anyone says they do, they’re lying. So, I think fans will relate to that, and they’ll be, like, you know what? I relate to that."

Ramona says all of her co-stars evolved with Bethenny Frankel exiting the series. "Even though Bethenny is a very strong character, she’s well received by the viewers, by us, she is basically -- we all walk on eggshells around her," Ramona admits.

"We couldn’t really be ourselves. She’s such a big personality, she kind of took over the room. No air left for us. And I think, this season, the fans will be surprised to see a different side of most of us. And listen, we still have our arguments, we still fight, but there’s a bond that’s different. There’s something so special and unique. Very unique."

Singer also reacted to Frankel previously comparing RHONY to the hit song "Somebody That I Used To Know."

"Well listen, I don’t know if that’s true," Ramona says in response. "When we were filming, she’d be calling all the time. She’d be like, ‘What’s going on? What’s going on? What are you doing? What’s going on?’ It’s like she’d be calling us nonstop to find out the dirt on our group trips. I don’t know. FOMO, the fear of missing out, I guess. I can understand, when you’re so part of something, you know, it’s hard to disconnect."

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