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Bravo Reportedly Considering Firing Ramona Singer From ‘The Real Housewives Of New York City’

According to a new report, Ramona Singer may not return to The Real Housewives of New York City next season.

“The only original New York cast member who has never left from day one is Ramona Singer but now her time is up,” a source told Radar Online.

“Ramona will not be invited back to the next season of the show, which is currently not in production for a couple of reasons. One, she is too expensive. She is the only lady that has been on the show from day one, (Countess LuAnn was demoted to ‘a friend’ before returning as a full-time cast member) and her salary reflects it," the source explained.

The insider continued, “Plus, the basic premise of the show doesn’t work anymore. A bunch of older white women behaving badly was fun a decade ago but not today. The world has changed and if the show wants to survive another decade it must change too and that starts with the cast.”

“Ramona is furious that the show is changing. She doesn’t understand why her behavior isn’t great TV anymore. After over a decade of being rewarded for saying and doing the things she has done, she does not understand what the problem is,” the source added.

Insiders add that officially Bravo will say that no decision has been made yet, but in reality they have all already said ‘goodbye’ to Ramona. The RHONY producers are clearly trying to fix the show's problems given the ratings have drastically dropped this season, reports Radar Online.

The news comes after it was reported last month that a cast shakeup is in the works for RHONY.

“The Real Housewives looks to be shaking things up for next season,” a source told The Sun. “The production company has started putting feelers out to multiple eligible women in NY.”

The source added: “Latina NY Radio host (WKTU Morning Show) Carolina Bermudez is also on the wish list right now.”

Others are also in consideration to join RHONY, as the insider revealed: “It seems they want fresh blood.”

The source added, “They are starting the casting process earlier than ever, so it’s clear they want to shake things up.”

The current lineup consists of Eboni K. Williams, Leah McSweeney, Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and Sonja Morgan. Williams is the most recent star to join the cast. She made history by becoming the first African-American cast member on the series. 


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