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Bethenny Frankel ‘Denies’ Ever Returning to Real Housewives

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Former reality TV star Bethenny Frankel says there’s no chance she’s coming back to the “Real Housewives of New York.” She says she is done with reality shows, at least for now, and wants to spend more time with her daughter.


Except that according to Radar Online, citing a show insider, “Bethenny hasn’t signed a deal with Bravo or the production company for Real Housewives of New York because she is refusing to come back if arch-enemy Jill Zarin returns. For Bethenny to return to the show, she wants to move forward. Having Jill come back would just create more false drama in an attempt to recreate the past.”


So we have two opposing versions of reality. And, strangely enough, they both seem real enough. There’s quantum physics for you.

Bethenny Frankel said, “I’m really interested in being with my daughter, spending time doing yoga, not wearing makeup, and focusing on Skinny girl and all of the amazing products we have coming out. And I’m really excited about my children’s book. So, no, reality TV is not something I’m thinking about right now.”

But while she’s engaged in all those rewarding things, she is also in talks with Bravo about new projects, and that includes returning as a guest star on RHoNY. The show’s ratings have hit permafrost, and so the producers will do everything they can to get warm again.

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