RHONY’s Ramona Singer is detailing all of the drama, including some juicy tidbits we didn’t know until now.
Most shockingly, the reality star’s new memoir, Life on the Ramona Coaster, bluntly puts her feud with fellow housewife Jill Zarin on full display.
And it isn’t that she spills the deets on the feud, it’s the new information we’d never heard before that has us feeling like a whole new can of Real Housewives worms has been opened.
In her book, Singer said the drama started after she submitted a reel to producers to be considered for the Bravo reality show. Singer also, though inadvertently, showed up on someone else’s reel while attending a cocktail party for friend Pamela Morgan, which caught the eye of the head producer, who wanted Singer for the show but had no idea how to contact her. Zarin, who was also in attendance, could have told producers where to find Singer, but didn’t, leading Singer to believe Zarin was trying to sabotage her chances of being on the show.
Singer also revealed that during Season 4’s trip to Morocco, she was at odds with one of the head producers on the show.
“I reached my breaking point during a trip to Morocco,” Singer writes. “I felt that psychic who claimed Mario was cheating on me was a setup. I can’t begin to speculate who was behind it, but I don’t believe she was a real psychic.”
Still, maybe Singer should have listened a little more closely. Because whether that psychic was real or not, she was right. Singer and her husband recently divorced after 21 years of marriage. Her now-ex was having an affair with a much younger woman.
Aside from drama on the show, Singer also doesn’t shy away from discussing her personal life and her preferences when it comes to looking good.
“Some women treat themselves to expensive shoes or purses. I prefer to spend money on ways to stop the aging clock as long as possible,” Singer said about all her plastic surgery. Aside from Botox and breast implants, Singer also proudly reveals that she also just had her breasts enhanced. You know what they say, if you’ve got it, flaunt it.
As for why she decided to name the book as she did, “Life is a roller coaster, or in my case it’s a Ramona coaster,” she explained. “Sometimes it’s thrilling, sometimes it’s terrifying, but you just have to raise your hands in the air, throw your head back and enjoy the ride.”
And, in Singer’s case, throw some dirt along the way, too.