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‘Real Housewives Of New York City’ Cast Announced

'Real Housewives Of New York City' Cast Announced (3)

'Real Housewives Of New York City' Cast Announced (3)

The all-new cast of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New York City” remake has been introduced. Season 14 will see the addition of Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Lizzy Savetsky, Jessel Thank, and Brynn Whitfield. The girls shocked viewers by stepping on stage during a recording of “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Sunday night during BravoCon, where the news was announced.

Bravo was seeking for a cast that more accurately represented New York City, according to “Real Housewives” executive producer Andy Cohen in an exclusive interview with Variety in March. And this one does: Thank will be the first Indian Housewife, and Lyons self-identifies as gay.

The eagerly awaited show is scheduled to start production this fall and premiere in 2023. Season 14 will feature “an all-new group of seven dynamic women who run in the same social circles, thriving in one of the most diverse and electric cities in the world,” according to the show’s official logline. These women have made their mark in NYC in a variety of fields, including fashion, real estate, philanthropy, and social impact. They will now reveal how they balance careers, families, and hectic social lives in the “city that never sleeps.”

According to Variety, the cast of the original “Real Housewives of New York City” is nearly complete, and contracts are about to be signed. Dorinda Medley and Sonja Morgan, according to one source, will be among the cast. When producers were questioned about the venerable show at an “Ultimate Girls Trip” discussion at BravoCon by Variety’s Elizabeth Wagmeister, they didn’t divulge much. However, executive producer Lisa Shannon implied that the show is well on its way.

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Medley was evasive when questioned by Variety at BravoCon about the prospect of joining the cast of “Legacy.” “You know just as much as we do, I promise to you. I’ll keep my word, she assured. “I’ve heard more about the new gals [on the revival of ‘RHONY’] than ‘Legacy,'” the author said. Pay attention, and phone me if you hear anything! I’ll be waiting at Blue Stone Manor while I prepare for Halloween.

28 unexpected guests, including Teresa Giudice, Whitney Rose, Heather Gay, Meredith Marks, Ashley Darby, Wendy Osefo, Taylor Armstrong, Eva Marcille, Jill Zarin, Kyle Richards, and Dorit Kemsley, appeared on “Watch What Happens Life” on Sunday night.

After being introduced, the new “RHONY” cast members left the stage, and Hassan greeted the crowd by saying, “Be good to us, give us a chance!” Shannon, Lauren Volonakis, and Glenda Cox serve as executive producers on “RHONY,” which is made by Shed Media. Cohen also oversees production.

Below, you can read the cast bios provided by Bravo.

Afro-Latina Sai De Silva was born and reared in New York. She serves as the creative director of Scout the City, an online lifestyle site that began as a blog about a passion project. Sai, her husband David Craig, and their two kids, London and Rio, live in Brooklyn, and the book Scout the City follows their stylish parenting adventures there.

Model and philanthropist Ubah Hassan is from Somalia, and she made New York her home. Ubah fled with her father and brother to Kenya when she was a little child, but she later relocated to Canada, where she was discovered by a photographer and ultimately signed by a modelling agency. In addition to being a businesswoman, Ubah founded the spicy sauce brand UBAHHOT.

One of five children in a close-knit Israeli family, Erin Dana Lichy was reared in Manhattan and is a humorous, self-assured, and open New Yorker. Erin is a natural achiever who founded her home remodelling and design company, Homegirl, at the age of 19. Attorney and Lichy Law proprietor, Erin’s husband is a lawyer. The couple resides in Tribeca with their three kids. Erin is very outgoing, enjoys being around others, and is constantly looking to have fun.

Former J.Crew Group president and executive creative director Jenna Lyons is widely credited with being the driving force behind the astonishing transformation of the American retail company from a struggling catalogue chain to one of the most coveted fashion names in the country. Jenna now lives in New York City with her son Beckett and serves as co-founder and CEO of the direct-to-consumer beauty firm LoveSeen.

Dr Ira Savetsky’s wife, Lizzy Savetsky, is a digital influencer, activist, mother of three, and wife. Savetsky, who is originally from Fort Worth, Texas, moved to New York for college and then promptly relocated back there after a brief absence. Lizzy presents the Instagram show “Bashert,” where she aims to assist Jewish singles in finding love, and she also utilises the platform to showcase her style and inform others about her deeply held views.

Jessel Thank is a confident, outgoing brand consultant and fashion publicist who is known for thinking creatively. Jessel, who is of British and Indian origin, met businessman Pavit Randhawa at a Lower East Side pub after a friend introduced them. They were close friends for years before starting to date because romance didn’t immediately blossom between them. In 2014, the two got married in Mexico, and they have twin boys.

Professional in brand marketing and communications, Brynn Whitfield. A sassy “trophy wife in training,” Brynn enjoys throwing dinner parties from her (modest but mighty) West Village apartment and enjoys fashion and interior design. Brynn, who is biracial and is originally from a small town in the Midwest, was raised by her grandmother, who gave her priceless advice on how to navigate life, embrace her story as a biracial woman, and understand the true value of hard work.

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