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Andy Cohen Addresses ‘RHONY’ Season 14 And ‘RHOA’ Season 14 Cast Shakeup Rumors!

Andy Cohen is addressing rumors about a potential cast shakeup for the upcoming new seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City and The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Cohen told Entertainment Tonight that all the recent reports about RHONY are "totally untrue."

"Is there a shakeup coming?" he ponders. "I would say, well, listen, I think we shot this season during COVID and the world was shut down as we shot a show that is --  a huge part of The Real Housewives of New York City is reliant on New York City as the character in the show, and New York City was shut down during production. So, we had to spend extended time at Ramona [Singer]'s house and in Salem and just doing things that maybe otherwise life would have been different."

"So I think that the show will continue to evolve," he shared. "And I think that if anything, we should add to the group, because I think people wanted to see more people. But I don't know that in producing the show this season that we would have done much differently. We were facing a lot of different obstacles when we went into production."

The current lineup of RHONY is Ramona Singer, fellow original cast member Luann de Lesseps, longtime star Sonja Morgan and relative newbies Leah McSweeney and Eboni K. Williams, who joined in seasons 12 and 13.

Cohen also addressed the rumors surrounding the casting rumors for the upcoming Season 14 of RHOA.

"You know what? We are noodling with the configuration of Atlanta as we speak," Cohen said. 

When asked if rumors circulating that Porsha Williams and Cynthia Bailey might be out of the line-up, and original cast member Sheree Whitfield could return, Cohen pulled a scrap piece of paper out of the waste basket at his desk.

"I just threw out a little piece of paper that has the names of who I believe the cast will be," he revealed. "I am not going to show you ... there are six names on this list."

"I always love Sheree," he told Entertainment Tonight. "I mean, we just brought Heather Dubrow back in Orange County and I thought that was great. It would be fun -- I think it would be fun to bring someone back who no one would [expect] -- I mean, people talk about Dorinda [Medley] or Lisa Vanderpump or... I always like the curveball and the people saying, 'What?! You're bringing back this person?!' I think Monique [Samuels] would be fun in Potomac."

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