Real Housewives of New York

Ramona Singer Drags ‘RHONY’ Newbie Barbara Kavovit: ‘She’s Not A Housewife…I Don’t Know What She Is”

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Ramona Singer

Ramona Singer weighed in on the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New York on Monday — and couldn’t resist throwing shade at the new girl on the block — Barbara Kavovit.

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Bravo released the Season 11 trailer yesterday, and Ramona Singer  spoke to ET about the teaser — sharing dishy behind-the scenes insight. Ramona promised lots of “laughing and crying” — and plenty of frenemy reality.

Viewers will watch Ramona date with a “chipper attitude” and witness “deja vu” moments, when the reality star’s ex-husband, Mario Singer, returns to the Bravo spotlight. Bravo original, Jill Zarin, will also pop in, to mix it up with the cast.

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Ramona is asked about “new Housewife Barbara” — which kills Ramona’s sparkle.

“She’s not a new Housewife,” Ramona said, about the part-time addition. “She’s just a friend, so she’s not a new Housewife. I don’t know what she is, I don’t even want to talk about her.”

“They’re not giving her an apple or anything,” Ramona added.

Fans might remember that Barbara Kavovit made a Bravo splash during Season 9, when she was captured gossiping about doomed couple, Luann deLesseps and Tom D’Agostino, to former cast member, Carole Radziwill, during a filmed party. Barbara tried to legally stop Bravo from sharing the damning audio — where her voice predicts the demise of the rocky relationship.

The Real Housewives of New York returns on March 6th.


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