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Bethenny Frankel suggests she’s “really done” with ‘Housewives of NYC’

HollywoodNews.com: Bethenny Frankel suggested that she wasn’t sure whether she would be returning to the next season of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” and now it looks like she’s close to making her decision.

Since Frankel already has her own reality show, “Bethenny Getting Married?” it looks as if the reality star is ready to give up “Housewives.” She told Digital Spy, “Given the cast and the way that it was, I really think I’m done. There’s no reason… We beat it to death. We laughed, we cried, we cursed each other out and it’s over.”

When asked whether landing her own reality show caused friction with the other housewives she replied, “There was definitely friction. It was like the elephant in the room, the underlying tension. It was never discussed between myself and my castmates. I’ve moved on and it’s amazing and the show is doing incredibly well.”

She adds, “It shows an intelligent and witty show can do well without people slapping each other and cursing each other out and flipping tables.”

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