09:21 AM EDT 07/23/2014
Originally posted 03/26/2014 09:00AM
The second chapter in the ghostwriting fight between Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of New York City was filled with choice words, while Sonja Morgan's new intern orientation manual needs a major rewrite.
After spreading the rumor that Radziwill had used a ghostwriter to pen her best-selling memoir, What Remains, the "bookgate" fight between the two escalated at Drescher's housewarming party.
"You're so pompous and so elitist," said Drescher, 43.
"I don't talk about your parenting, don't talk about my career," snapped Radziwill, 50.
Originally posted 03/19/2014 05:30AM
This is one story that won't have a happy ending.
On Tuesday's The Real Housewives of New York City, "BookGate" erupted as Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher exchanged heated words about writing their memoirs.
What started off as an innocent lunch – with Drescher asking Radziwill to share some writing advice with her as she completed her first book – turned into a mystery when Drescher seemed to imply that Radziwill had used a ghostwriter to pen her own bestselling memoir, What Remains.
"Is she insinuating I hired a ghostwriter to write my first book?" Radziwill wondered as the uncomfortable lunch progressed. "That's awkward and awful."
Originally posted 03/12/2014 07:10AM
What better way to celebrate the season 6 premiere of
The Real Housewives of New York City than to watch Pinot Princess Ramona Singer go shot for shot with sworn enemy Aviva Drescher?
"Wanna do a shot of tequila?" Drescher asked, after having begged Singer to meet her in order to reconcile.
"Is this your first shot?" Singer, 57, replied.
"I feel like I’m losing my virginity," Drescher laughed, adding, "Not that bad … I've swallowed much worse."
Originally posted 03/11/2014 01:20PM
When The Real Housewives of New York City returns March 11, viewers won't get a glimpse of Ramona Singer's marital split.
"You'll see Mario and I together," Singer, 56, tells former costar Bethenny Frankel on an episode of her talk show, Bethenny, airing Tuesday. "Right now, I'm going through some adversity, but through adversity you become stronger."
Originally posted 03/07/2014 07:00PM
Ramona Singer is staying strong post-split.
"Ramona is one of those people who, amidst adversity, she triumphs," Real Housewives of New York City costar Aviva Drescher told PEOPLE at Style for a Cause with Cozy's Cuts for Kids and The Max Cure Foundation. "It's incredible: She is solid."
Singer filed for divorce from husband Mario Singer, her husband of 22 years, in January, following reports that she caught him with his girlfriend in the Hamptons.
The housewife is moving on just fine, though.
Originally posted 02/27/2014 09:00AM
Could Ramona Singer and Aviva Drescher's feud be over?
The pair, who battled furiously during last season's Real Housewives of New York City, meet up in a clip from the season premiere. And in an effort to break the ice, Drescher suggests that they do shots.
Noting that Drescher doesn't really drink that much, Singer admits, "I don't know what Aviva's trying to do, what she's trying to pull."
Originally posted 01/31/2014 05:00PM
Ramona Singer isn't wasting anytime moving on from her broken marriage to husband of 22 years, Mario. She was spotted out without her wedding ring on Friday.
Originally posted 01/31/2014 07:30AM
Ramona Singer was stunned to learn about her husband Mario's infidelity, but she is strong and will land on her feet, a close friend of the Real Housewives of New York City star tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/30/2014 10:00AM
It looks like Ramona Singer will be a housewife to Mario Singer no longer.
Originally posted 10/30/2013 05:30PM
When Omarosa Manigault appeared on her archrival Bethenny Frankel's talk show on Wednesday, confrontation was expected – and viewers weren't disappointed.
The pair – who've been feuding for more than three years since Frankel dismissed The Apprentice star as nothing more than a reality TV villain – didn't hold back. In the segment, Manigault suggested that the reason why Frankel had been successful was because she was white.
"It's different for you and I," she told the talk show host. "I am an African-American woman. You get to walk around and be mediocre and you still get rewarded with things. We have to be exceptional to get anything in this business."
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