“The Real Housewives of New York City“, star Luann de Lesseps insisted that the show is staying put despite a series hiatus. This certainly comes as a good news to fans.
Luann, 56, in an interview with Page Six, said the show is not “going anywhere.” She added that she is currently practicing patience as the network tries to get the casting in order for the next season.
Andy Cohen, the show’s executive producer made an appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show.” When Andy was asked about the show’s future after season 13, which received low ratings and a cancelled reunion taping. Andy shared, “We have a lot of casting happening, and we’re looking at every option, man,”
Luann also mentioned that she was grateful to have kept busy last few months promoting her role on Peackock’s “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” spin off. Though “RHUGT” is over, the reality star’s schedule is busier than ever as she just launched her non alcoholic Fosé Rosé this month and also dropped a rap single “F-Bombs on the G” all while being in the middle of a Christmas cabaret tour.
The star says she’s excited to eventually resume her role “RHONY” and welcome new stars on the show. She added that casting of the show is not entirely up to her but the producers weigh in with Luann as she’s been around for a long time. You can check out a clip from her interview with Page Six below.