The Real Housewives of New York City

Real Housewives of NYC: Ramona Singer and Heather Thomson Feud

07/17/2012 at 11:30 AM EDT

Real Housewives of NYC: Ramona Singer and Heather Thomson Feud
Ramona Singer (left) and Heather Thomson
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Here's some feud for thought: Are you on Team Heather or Team Ramona?

On Monday's The Real Housewives of New York City, original cast member Ramona Singer came face to face with newbie Heather Thomson at their costar Aviva Drescher's five-year anniversary party.

It was the first time the two women, who did not start off on the right foot, were in each other's company since Heather organized a trip to London and invited everyone but Ramona.

So when Heather tried to play nice at the party, Ramona was not interested.



"I can tell you're still not working with me here," Heather said after making her approach. "I thought we were going to be over it. You barely even said 'hi' to me tonight."

Ramona, who felt like Heather lied about talking behind her back, told Heather, "I just feel like you're kind of a fake to me," and walked away.

"You don't dismiss the conversation, you don't control everything," Heather said, before deciding to follow Ramona around the party with a smile on her face. "I knew it would annoy her and so I just followed her," she said.

The other women, especially Sonja Morgan, seemed entertained by what was going on between Ramona and Heather. LuAnn de Lesseps told Heather, "I'm on your team – for sure," and added, "You're dealing with the Ramona-coaster!" No surprise there!

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