To Be Or Not To Be- Countess LuAnn Dishes On RHONY Full Time Status

Posted: January 27, 2015 by RealMrHousewife in Housewives
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Last season, we could not understand why Countess LuAnn de Lesseps was not a full time cast member on The Real Housewives of New York City. In fact, we even wrote an entire piece providing detailed reasons on why she should have been a full time wife! Recently, the Countess sat down with OK Magazine and dished to them about her status on the show for the upcoming season.

“As you saw last season, I was part-time but I was really on every episode,” the Countess told them, adding that, “I really pulled my weight in terms of the show.”

So will she be full time? “I think I will be,” she shared, detailing how she believes Bravo has realized how important she is to the franchise.

However, the classy Countess explained that she’s not concerned with being full time or not, as she loves doing the show. She told OK, “I’m here because I want to be here. Whether I have an apple in my hand it doesn’t matter to me.”

Towards the end of last year, we exclusively revealed that sources told us LuAnn would be back full time.

Aside from chatting with OK Magazine about the Housewives, the Countess recently supported Tiffany’s gay marriage ad.

Tell us- do you want to see Countess LuAnn back as a full time housewife?

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Comments
  1. Rachel says:

    She better be back! It made me so angry that she was part time but had a more dramatic and significant role than some of the other Wives. Countess all the way!

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