Real New York City housewives alum Heather Thomson teases her return to the show, courts about how her castmates reacted to it Bethenny FrankelReturns in season seven, revealing a fake storyline from season six.
Heather was a leading actor RHONY From season five to season seven, reports surfaced months ago that she is making a comeback. What role she will play in season 13 has yet to be confirmed.
She recently joined the Behind the velvet rope Podcast, but when asked about her return, she gave some extremely confusing answers. She was asked first Leah McSweeney and newbie Eboni Williams and Heather fumbled or cryptically revealed how she feels about that RHONY Stars.
“I have no thoughts on either of them. To be honest, I don’t. I haven’t seen the season, you know what I mean? No, I don’t know either of them.”
At the host David Yontef she exclaimed and mentioned photos that prove she met and filmed both women. Heather didn’t really know how to react, but she tried.
“When it was my turn See what happens live There was a lot of buzz of mine when I got back and I said, ‘I’ll be back’ and I’m holding on to it, “she explained.” I’ve made a cameo almost every season since I left the show [and] I haven’t been on the show for six years. “
It looks like she’s doing more than just a “cameo” as the podcast host then broke up rumors that Heather was going back to being a full-time apple grower and things got even more confusing. While it claims the rumors are not true, it has not technically denied them either, implying “Nobody holds an apple”.
“I can fully confirm that, it is not the case. I don’t know that I’ll ever hold an apple again. Does anyone still have an apple in their hand? I don’t think they will, “she said.
After a long pause, she added, “Well, nobody holds an apple! Nobody holds an apple. Nobody holds an apple anymore, ”she teased with a laugh.
The native New Yorker then went into past seasons and revealed a fake act that really pissed her off.
“Harry DubinCommitment to[[[[Sonja Morgan]]or whatever, ”she began. “I mean, they never got married. It was[[[[Ramona singer‘S]Ring that Mario’s mother had given him. I don’t know if the fans got it or not, but I remember getting mad at the producer that night for being like that[[[[Carole Radziwill‘S]Birthday party and we spent all the time doing this thing I thought was a joke. “
Heather then discussed her worst season on the show, which happened to be the same season Bethenny returned after a three year hiatus.
“From my first season through to my third season, everything had changed, like how women behaved about having Bethenny back,” said Heather. “On one level, like I said [season seven reunion]They weren’t excited to have her back, but the moment she showed up, they couldn’t climb it fast enough or first. They were like “going over” and pushing each other out of the way to climb up. She added, “It was intimidation and fear and I didn’t like that.”
The mother of two also pondered an incident that really made them question the show when Ramona tossed a wine glass at the then co-star Kristen Taekman‘S face that ultimately splits her lip.
“A big change in the franchise is that you can’t attack anyone,” she explained. “This is like a non-runner to me, you know? They don’t sign up on a show to be attacked. I think that’s a really low forehead below the belt. [and] bad, bad, bad business. “
One of the most famous RHONY Moments was as a former star Aviva thresher removed her prosthetic leg and flung it in Heather’s direction. When Heather was asked if she felt that Aviva had attacked her at that moment, Heather had a surprising answer.
“I did not consider this attack! Even though she threw the leg at me, I did not consider this attack, ”she explained. “That was pure emotion. She wasn’t trying to hit me with it, she was trying to say to take it [and] I’ll crawl out of here. “She went on and sang:” Bring Aviva back! Bring Aviva back! “
Even though The real housewives of New York City will premiere sometime in 2021, an official date has not yet been released.
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