She dished on everything: Dorinda Medley, who seems to be the source of major drama this season; Bethenny Frankel, who isn’t returning for season 12, something Singer says is for the best; and Mario, her ex-husband, whom she’s on good terms with now but was understandably not for a few years.
I’m trying to get this message to people: I don’t care why you get divorced, what it’s for, but if you have children, you have to stay connected in a positive way and let all that stuff go.
If you’re very adamant and I upset you because I’m trying to convince you it’s black, fine.
Ten minutes into my call with Ramona Singer, she wants to hop on FaceTime. “Want me to show you my refrigerator? ” she asks in complete sincerity after I ask what she, daughter Avery, and ex-husband Mario are snacking on while self-isolating in Florida.
I have my groups of girls and groups of married couples and friends and I’m going to be entertaining once a week, if not twice a week, nonstop at my home.
I just say what I’m thinking, and it’s good entertainment. I like it. Absolutely.
The reality of moving into my new apartment was like, “Oh, my God, I am single, I am divorced, I am on my own. ” I believe staying in my existing family apartment cocooned me and isolated me from facing, “You know what, I’m on my own. I’m a single.
It’s not what we’re doing. [Maybe] something’s bothering her in her life, and she’s taking it out on the people she’s closest to.
You can see him filming on the show with me and Avery this season as a family. It’s important.
I’m on the show, so I’m not going to sit there and keep everything in my head.
Basically you’re going to see me on my journey of [being an empty nester], what I’m going through, and what I do to try to make it better.
Avery’s toast was, “I never in a million years thought we’d be together like this as a family after everything that happened. ” You know what? It’s all good.
As soon I’m up, Mario has these beautiful protein shakes ready for us that he mixes with fresh vegetables and fruit.