Oh, boy! So, Ramona Singer decided to use that The Real Housewives of New York City dinner party in the Hamptons to bring up some skeletons in Bethenny Frankel's closet. And the way in which Ramona broached the subject of Bethenny's past movie (where, yes, she appeared topless) quickly perturbed the Skinnygirl mogul and escalated the conversation to a level that made everyone uncomfortable. Can the Housewives ever have a dinner party and not make it awkward? We're breaking down some of the buzziest moments in The Daily Dish Morning After.
1. The Real Housewives of New York City
Bethenny owns up to the movie role, but she isn't so happy with the way Ramona approached the subject — especially by asking if Bethenny's 6- year-old daughter has heard about it. Bethenny's response? "At six? Yeah, Diane Sawyer came to her school yard and actually approached her."
2. Verbal Fireworks
And it seems Ramona doesn't like the way Bethenny responded to her queries about the movie or her daughter. The conversation only gets more tense. So much so that Bethenny just needs to walk away from the situation — and dinner.
At least some of the ladies can get along in the RHONY crew. And, Carole Radziwill has nothing but love for Bethenny. "Bethenny and I are good friends. I don't have to defend that. It was an odd thing. But we both understood it. We were both like, 'They've never had a really good friend that they want to hang out with all the time?' Maybe they haven't. Maybe they don't have that kind of good girlfriend," Carole explained. "But Bethenny and I developed that kind of friendship. I'm not gonna defend it with this particular group of women, but it is what it is."
5. La La Land, Here Comes Andy
Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen will take the tea spilling and fifth pleading to Los Angeles for one week of shows in May. L.A. week kicks off Sunday, May 21 at 11/10c. We hope the West Coast is ready for it!
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