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Bravo Turned Down Bethenny Frankel’s African-American Casting Referrals!

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel is still married to her estranged husband, Jason Hoppy, eight years after their dramatic split. 

Bethenny Frankel, 49, made the jaw-dropping revelation on Watch What Happens Live on September 24. 

The discussion began when the show’s host Andy Cohen asked if she plans on walking down the aisle with her boyfriend, Paul Bernon. 

“I’m still married,” Bethenny Frankel awkwardly responded. Visibly shocked, Andy Cohen quickly moved on to a new topic. 

The former Real Housewives of New York married the pharmaceutical executive on March 28, 2010. The two separated after two years of marriage. Bethenny eventually filed for divorce in January 2013. 

Since the divorce, the former couple has been in never-ending financial and custody disputes. 

During the segment, Andy also asked Bethenny if she would consider returning to the Real Housewives of New York. 

“It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” the former reality star joked. She continued, “I don’t know. Who knows. I have a different career now as a result of not being on. It would have to be a different show.”

Bethenny Frankel also confirmed that she was the one who suggested Leah McSweeney for the show. 

“I did refer Leah and seven other people, and I’ve got the receipts.” She continued, “several African-Americans too by the way.” 

is still married to her estranged husband, Jason Hoppy, eight years after their dramatic split.

Bethenny Frankel, 49, made the jaw-dropping revelation on Watch What Happens Live on September 24.

The discussion began when the show’s host Andy Cohen asked if she plans on walking down the aisle with her boyfriend, Paul Bernon.

“I’m still married,” Bethenny awkwardly responded. Visibly shocked, Andy Cohen quickly moved on to a new topic.

The former Real Housewives of New York married the pharmaceutical executive on March 28, 2010. The two separated after two years of marriage. Bethenny eventually filed for divorce in January 2013.

Since the divorce, the former couple has been in never-ending financial and custody disputes.

During the segment, Andy also asked Bethenny if she would consider returning to the Real Housewives of New York.

“It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” the former reality star joked. She continued, “I don’t know. Who knows. I have a different career now as a result of not being on. It would have to be a different show.”

Bethenny also confirmed that she was the one who suggested Leah McSweeney for the show.

“I did refer Leah and seven other people, and I’ve got the receipts.” She continued, “several African-Americans too by the way.”

 

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