Things are about to get hot in Manhattan. Turns out that if you think Ramona Singer and Bethenny Frankel have faced some dra-ma in their friendship in the past, Season 9 of The Real Housewives of New York City takes things to a whole new level. As fans will see later this season, the women get into an argument that's so heated, they may never be the same.
"I had the biggest altercation with Bethenny that I ever had with any woman in my life that it was very hard for me to handle," Ramona teased to The Daily Dish. "It was almost, it was like torture. It wasn't good."
Bethenny didn't go into specifics when detailing an argument she gets into this season, but she did reveal that it was a moment she could have never anticipated. "I get burned worse than I've ever been burned this season by one of the women," she told The Daily Dish. "Worse than ever. I got blindsided in way that I've never been [before]. Someone's true feelings about me come out and I can't even believe it."
Andy Cohen added that once the argument takes place, the women will have to find a way back from it — somehow. "[The season] starts off great, and by episode 3 Bethenny and Ramona are at each other's throats," he told The Daily Dish. "They splinter apart; they come back together — it's a roller coaster."
"Once you've opened Pandora's box, it's really hard to put things back in," Bethenny noted. "So this season was extremely surprising."
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