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The Real Housewives of New York City Season 14 cast members have officially been revealed, and though the seven ladies are all new to the show, they can learn a thing or two from the alums who came before them.
During the October 16 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Andy and the RHONY OG welcomed the seven new cast members (clip above): Sai De Silva, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Jessel Taank, Brynn Whitfield, Ubah Hassan, and Lizzy Savetsky.
“It is so wonderful to see you holding apples,” Andy told the cast members.
The WWHL host noted that the Season 14 cast members have “big shoes to fill” thanks to RHONY alums like Jill. The OG offered her well wishes to the cast members. “You guys are going to have the time of your lives,” the New Yorker told the newbies on WWHL. “Good luck!”
Though the seven Season 14 cast members are all new to RHONY, most of them are very familiar with the franchise. During a Q&A at the WWHL After Show, a fan asked if the newbies had ever watched the show before they joined the cast. “Hell yeah,” Jenna said.
Sai agreed: “We are all pretty much junkies of the Housewives franchise, or else we would not be here.”
In a chat with E! News, Sai said Season 14 will feel “new and refreshing” for RHONY fans — but that doesn’t mean they won’t engage in the kind of drama viewers saw during the first 13 seasons.
“You’ll get a few eye rolls every now and then, I’m sure,” Sai said. “But this is definitely going to be something new and refreshing.”
Now that fans know more about what to expect from the upcoming RHONY season, some are interested in finding out where things stand with RHONY’s throwback iteration. A BravoCon audience member asked Andy for an update during the Q&A.
“What we were really focused on was finding our new group of New York Housewives. We have found them; we are so excited about them, and now we are going to get into legacy,” he said during the WWHL After Show Q&A. “It’s the best of all possible worlds.”
BravoCon is back: The fan event that first launched in 2019 will be back Oct. 14-16. The three-day party will take place at the Javits Center in New York City and feature panels, live performances, and exclusive content for ticket holders.