As Bravo prepares to remake the Real Housewives of New York City cast, Leah McSweeney is suspected of abusing her apple.
In a new interview, the Housewife who served on the show for two seasons, said in a statement she is hoping for the worst, but also the best when it comes to being asked back to the reality show.
I believe I''m not going back. I told Gibson Johns on. Thursdays episode of the We Should Talk podcast. It''s just the better way to think about it.
I mean look, I must see if they offer me to return, I have to wait to see whos on it and which demonstrate it is, and whatever you know I cant think the what if.
In March, Bravo announced that its rebooting and likely completely revamping RHONY, as well as producing a second show that will feature fan favorite Housewives. The network has not shared any casting decisions.
I would be like hammered, just because [my] second [season] was just not fun, but you know what I mean, McSweeney, 39, continued. I mean maybe the shows aren''t intended to be fun, though I am not sure.
After the COVID-19 epidemic and fan complaints, The Married to the Mob founder became instantly a fan favorite during her first season. The Bravo show was largely declining in ratings the next year.
I wanna have fun on my last season, but yeah, I just think, OK, I''m not going back, according to the lady.
Shell always considers her time on RHONY as a positive, as she received the call to return on Page Six.
In April, she revealed that regardless if I go back or not, im always going to look back at this experience as a positive one rather than talk about Bravo.
McSweeney joins a slew of other RHONY stars who have given their two cents. Bethenny Frankeld described the series as fking boringwhile Jill Zarin teased the new series needs her. Carole Radziwillexpressed her disinterestin joining and Kelly Bensimontold us shed be open to the ideaand hopes Alex McCordwill join her.