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Leah McSweeney Reveals If Her Sister Sarah McSweeney Would Ever Join RHONY As Full-Time Cast Member!

Leah McSweeney reveals whether or not her sister Sarah McSweeney would be open to joining the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City as a full-time cast member.

If you recall, Sarah has made several cameo appearances this season on the Bravo hit reality series and has beefed with Ramon Singer via social media in defense of her sister.

“I don't know if she would really want to do a full-time apple-holder thing,” Leah told Entertainment Tonight. “I don’t know how she’d feel about that. And then, like, I just can’t help but think about Kim and Kyle [Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills] and, like, the fights that they had.”

She continued, “But I love her, and my sister is so freaking smart and so funny and so entertaining and young and hot and all that, so she would also be so great for it and people would enjoy it so much.”

She added, “So, that would really be up to her and Bravo.”

As previously reported, Tinsley Mortimer and Dorinda Medley announced their departure from the Bravo hit reality series.

Earlier this month, Andy Cohen admitted that he is looking forward to adding more diversity to RHONY for its upcoming 13th season.

“We’re working on next season,” he told Us Weekly. “I, while promoting Hotel Artois at Home, a virtual 5-star hotel experience by Stella Artois’ I’m excited for what we have planned.”

Cohen’s comment comes afterMcSweeney called for more diversity to be featured on the Bravo hit reality series.

“I hope that there’s not only diversity of race but an even deeper diversity of where someone lives or what their interests are,” Leah told Page Six. “I hope that there’s just more diversity all across the board because New Yorkers are not a monolith, obviously. I think that it is gonna head in that direction.”

Earlier this month, Luann de Lesseps also hinted that the show might be moving in a new direction, telling Extra that there will “definitely” be “some new Housewives” in the mix. Multiple sources later told revealed that Bravo has big plans for the future of the franchise.

“Bravo is planning to shake things up with The Real Housewives of New York next year,” one source told Us Weekly. Another insider added at the time, “There’s going to be some changes. … A handful of white women doesn’t necessarily represent what New York City is all about.”

Photo Credit: Anne Wermiel/NY Post; Courtesy via Sarah McSweeney/Instagram