Ramona Responds to Heather's Learning Annex Jab
Hey, she's joining the ranks of Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani.
Heather Thomson, Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher barely had time to blink before diving into The Real Housewives of New York City drama pool.
"Each of the three new ladies -- Aviva, Carole, and Heather -- have special and unique qualities, and it was interesting to say the least to get to know each of them," Ramona Singer reveals in her Bravotv.com blog. "I personally thought Heather and I would hit it off best. To say it was awkward with us is another understatement!" Sure, the two women shared new bestie potential on paper, but the fashion queens didn't mesh nearly as well in person. Ramona accused Heather of interrupting. Her. Too. Much.
"Yes, I know I talk a lot too, but contrary to what you may think, I do listen and let the other person speak," Ramona writes. "That's the only way you will get to know someone. What I was trying to convey in a positive way is that for us to become friends, Heather would need to give me a chance to speak too. I would rather tell this to her face than behind her back."
But speaking face-to-face didn't go so well either, with Heather knocking Ramona's "How to Have It All" Learning Annex class as a career move not worth mentioning. "The Learning Annex is a great place and being on the cover was a great compliment," Ramona blogs. "Donald Trump, Russell Simmons, former mayor Rudy Giuliani, to name just a few, were also on the cover. I would say I am in great company."
What do Heather and the other Housewives have to say about it all? Find out in their blogs and watch a juicy clip from next week's episode.