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If Eboni K. Williams Could Have a RHONY Do-Over, Here’s What She’d Do Differently

The Real Housewives of New York City author also revealed who she keeps in touch with from the cast.

Take it from Eboni K. Williams: Hindsight is 20/20. The author revealed at BravoCon 2022 that if she could have a do-over on The Real Housewives of New York City, there are indeed a few things she would change this time around. 

“I think people don’t necessarily understand how silly and ridiculous and auntie I am,” Eboni told Kate Chastain during an exclusive interview with BravoTV.com. “So if I had a do-over, I would love to show and be able to share and connect with the audience around that side of me.”

More specifically, “the utterly ridiculous” side of her, she added, before going on to share who she still keeps in touch with from the RHONY cast — namely, Sonja Morgan.

“Sonja, I just adore,” Eboni said. “You know what I love about Sonja? [She’s] comfortable in her own skin, comfortable in who she is. She’s lived the life, she parted with JFK Jr. and them. And because she did, she’s so comfortable with a boss beautiful bitch like myself. We love Sonja!”

Eboni also gave an update on where she stands with Ramona Singer after revealing that the two ran into each other at Andy Cohen’s Legends Ball. “I said, this is verbatim, ‘Bitch, you look better than the last time I saw you,’” Eboni said. “She looks good! And Ramona is Ramona. I’ma leave it there.”

Hear all about the other Bravolebrities Eboni interacted with at BravoCon 2022 (Caroline Manzo! Meredith Marks! Cynthia Bailey!) above. 

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