The Skinny Girl mogul, who is premiering a new talk show Sept. 9, joked on Twitter June 15 that she would "pursue a career as an exotic dancer" if her job as a TV host didn't pan out.
One follower suggested she could tie the knot again if her hosting duties didn't work out. But Bethenny was quick to shoot down the possibility of getting married again soon.
"Hell no!" she responded.
Back in January, Frankel filed for divorce from Hoppy. At the time, she admitted in her first interview post-split, "I feel like a failure...I really put it out there. I wanted the fairytale. I thought I had it."
Frankel says she's open to the possibilities of a serious relationship—but for now, her daughter Bryn remains her top priority. "I do believe in love," she told E! News. "I always have and I always will...Right now my love for my daughter is the most important thing. But I believe in good people."
Bethenny does talk a lot. While I am aware of her shortcomings as well as good qualities, I am not one who feels Jason was without fault. I have observed many things that make me feel he scoped her out and was very willing to get married for the first time at about forty, knowing there were many advantages that came with her. Bethenny offered him a high level job, but he declined, saying he wanted to work with her, not for her. I guess he expected her to give him half of the company she worked so hard to establish. Bethenny seemed to try to accommodate him, but he appeared unable to get past her success. I heard a lot of whining about it. Despite a prenup, he suddenly feels entitled to half of everything including the "house that Skinnygirl built". I do not believe he is unwilling to leave it, along with still wearing his wedding ring, has as much to do with their daughter as it does appearances that may be beneficial financially. I believe they both love their daughter, and are good parents, and he deserves some financial compensation, but I do not belong to the group that thinks Bethenny is all wrong and Jason is without fault.