It turns out not everyone loves the idea of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York spinoff RHONY: Legacy.
Former RHONY star Carole Radziwill says she has no interest in being a part of RHONY: Legacy, saying doing the spinoff show would be an “epic fail.”
“Taking the fans’ desire for me to come back, and putting that aside (because I love them)….if I went back, I would sort of consider that to be an epic fail on my part,” she revealed on the podcast Andy’s Girls with Sarah Galli. “I would not go back; I could not have one more conversation about anything with any of them.”
“I don’t even get that show (RHONY Legacy)…I could see it running for a few episodes, and then where are they going to go with that? It’s always going to compete with the show on Bravo because the legacy show is going to be on Peacock,” she added. “I know they’re really short on; they’re really struggling to populate Peacock with, with shows. So.”
Meanwhile, Luann de Lesseps says she can’t see RHONY: Legacy being a success without OG New York Housewife Ramona Singer being a part of the cast.
“Listen, I can’t see a show without the Ramona Singer’ stinger,’” Luann told Page Six. “So, I’d be surprised if they didn’t ask her back.”
“Love her or hate her, she’s a woman that [many have] grown to love,” she noted. “We’ve seen her on television for so long.”
As for herself, Luann said she wouldn’t mind being cast on RHONY: Legacy but admits she’s hoping to keep her apple on the re-boot of RHONY.
“If they ask me, I would love to, and I can’t think of a better scenario than coming back with all the OGs. What fun? I think it’s very hard to fit people into a cast that’s been around for so long,” Luann explained.