In a recent Instagram, Luann de Lesseps flaunted her incredible bikini body in the comfort of her equally magnificent New York City residence.
I’m not tanned yet, but I’m getting there! Luann de Lesseps tagged Melissa Odabash, a swimsuit designer, in the description of the photo of herself wearing a skimpy white bikini.
Since Lu’s last update, Page Six has revealed that The Countess and her Real Housewives of New York co-star Sonja Morgan have inked a deal to feature in their own reality show, to the delight of Bravo’s legion of devoted viewers.
Several insiders have speculated that the show will take after the hit early 2000s series The Simple Life, in which two Upper East Side women lived together in a Middle American town and interacted with its locals.
According to Page Six, all the necessary paperwork has been signed, and production on the show, which has yet to be given a title, will begin in July. Technically, the program is still in development, but at this point, it is expected to be given the go-ahead.
The show’s announcement arrives in the midst of buzz about another upcoming dramatic shift in the television landscape: RHONY’s fate.
Due to low ratings and harsh fan responses, Bravo decided not to film the season 13 reunion episode, however, they confirmed the show’s return on March 23.
The one caveat is that the returning cast from Season 13 Luann, Sonja, Leah McSweeney, Ramona Singer, and Eboni K. Williams won’t be a part of the new reboot’s all-new case because the network is starting over with the popular franchise.
In addition, there will be a follow-up series starring actors who have since left the show.
You know we’re at a crossroads for RHONY,” Andy Cohen told Variety. We’ve put in a lot of time researching our options. And I think the plan we’ve come up with is a great present for the audience.
Variety reports that the original RHONY series would replace its entire female ensemble after the events of Season 13.
Andy stated, “There are thousands of stories to tell here.” We are looking for a multicultural group of friends who best exemplify the energy and excitement of the most varied and multicultural city in America.
We’re on the lookout for a diversified group of female pals from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.
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