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Luann de Lesseps Calls Out Ramona Singer For Being ‘Self-Centered’ And ‘Very Judgmental’ Towards RHONY Cast; Says “She’s Harder On” Leah McSweeney “Then She Has On Everybody Else”

Luann de Lesseps is sharing her thoughts on Ramona Singer's drama with co-stars Dorinda Medley and Elyse Slaine on the current season of The Real Housewives of New York City. “She has her moments, and I think that sometimes she is not thinking about other people and you know, and she’s self-centered,” Luann told Us Weekly.

“And she’ll say that! I mean, she says it all the time, you know, ‘It’s all about me.’ What about, ‘Forget about you? It’s about me!’ So, I mean, there’s no secret there.”

The cabaret performer says Ramona “has become a much better character, in terms of learning from her faux pas,” she added that her costar “needs a little slap on the wrist” sometimes.

The mother-of-two also noted that Singer treats Leah McSweeney very differently than the other women in the cast.

“Ramona loves to play mother hen. So I think Ramona is into mothering Leah a little bit. And at the same time, judges her more like she would judge her own daughter on her behavior,” Luann said. “She doesn’t give Leah a pass. … With Leah though, she’s very judgmental. So I feel like she’s harder on Leah and then she has on everybody else.”

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