Andy Cohen is the daddy of The Real Housewives franchise. The Bravo speak present host is credited as a producer on all the varied incarnations of the fact collection. Cohen additionally serves as host of the reunion specials on the finish of each season of the docuseries. With the Black Lives Matter motion elevating consciousness for equality and inclusivity, Cohen is teasing that the brand new season of The Real Housewives of New York City might be extra numerous.
Andy Cohen is ‘excited’ for ‘RHONY’ Season 13
Throughout the twelve season run of RHONY, there was no African American housewife holding an apple. The Beverly Hills-set franchise simply obtained its first main Black housewife with Garcelle Beauvais for season 10. Those adjustments are lastly coming to the Big Apple for season 13, Cohen teased.
“We’re working on next season,” Cohen informed Us Weekly. “I’m excited for what we have planned.”
The Watch What Happens Live! host didn’t give extra particulars about what’s in retailer for the brand new season, however in accordance with the publication, a supply stated they’re planning to shake issues up.
“Bravo is planning to shake issues up with The Real Housewives of New York subsequent 12 months,” the insider revealed. “There’s going to be some changes. A handful of white women doesn’t necessarily represent what New York City is all about.”
Leah McSweeney says solid wants to vary
Leah McSweeney simply joined the RHONY solid for season 12. The Married to the Mob designer has hit bumps on the highway along with her co-stars and has been a fan-favorite since her introduction.
During a visit to The Hamptons, McSweeney seen that fellow housewife Ramona Singer had tiki torches round her pool. During a drunken evening, the Bravo star threw these tiki torches away as a result of they represented “bulls**t.” McSweeney is a woke housewife and is aware of that the present wants extra range to symbolize what NYC appears like.
“I hope that there’s not only diversity of race, but an even deeper diversity of where someone lives or what their interests are,” McSweeney informed 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.”
The Real Housewives of New York City airs Thursday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo.