Now that The Real Housewives of New York is filming the upcoming season, Ramona Singer is speaking out about the new crowd, since half of the cast was fired last season. It must be different filming without the stubborn Jill Zarin, the immature and childish Kelly Bensimon, business-oriented Cindy Bishop and mother of two Alex McCord. Ramona and LuAnn are the only two powerhouses left on the show, along with all of the new ladies.
So how is Ramona Singer finding the new dynamics on the show? "Obviously, filming the show this season with people not being on that were there last season, and with some other new people [on this season], the dynamics change. I think change is good. I embrace change," she shares in an interview with Reality Tea. So it seems that Ramona is actually enjoying The Real Housewives of New York after her bully Jill Zarin got booted from the show. Who wouldn't enjoy that?
But was Ramona sad when she heard about the big changes coming to The Real Housewives of New York? "It was a double-edged sword," she explains, which is a good answer. You don't want to seem too eager to lose cast members, but when you are bullied on national television, you can't help but welcome change. "Part of me was saying, Oh my gosh, It's going to be sad not to have everyone together again. But the other part of me embraces change. I'm always changing. I've changed my businesses, my career, constantly, and I think change is good."
Does Ramona still keep contact with some of the fired housewives? She admits to keeping in contact with Alex McCord, but that appears to be it. It is probably a good thing. Watch the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of New York to see how she interacts with the new women.