Jill Zarin, who you may remember as the redhead from the Real Housewives of New York who will not shut the hell up about being on the Real Housewives of New York even though it’s aired for three entire seasons without her, is still talking.
She bravely told Page Six that even though she misses the exposure and relevancy, she’s fine with no longer being on the show, adding that: “It’s not healthy for me.”
WELL THAT’S PRETTY RICH JILL CONSIDERING THE FACT THAT YOUR ASS GOT FIRED FIRED FIRED AND YOU’D GO BACK AS A GODDAMN PRODUCTION ASSISTANT IF ANDY COHEN ASKED.
Because Jill basically never had a storyline outside of her Fatal Attraction drama with Bethenny Frankel, she obviously dug that shit up yet again.
Alluding to Frankel, she added, “I heard that one of the girls doesn’t want me back on the show and that’s the way it is, she’s in charge.”
This of course is so tired and ridiculous because Bethenny wasn’t even on Seasons 5 and 6 and they STILL didn’t bring Jill’s ass back.
She eventually got to the fucking point about why she’s running her mouth this particular time.
“I actually got cast in a scripted series which I can’t talk about yet, which will start filming next summer,” she said. “It’s huge, it’ll change my life.”
Lucky for us, Jill’s delusional bullshit is joined by more RHONY bullshit wherein Bethenny is maybe trying to sabotage Sonja Morgan’s upcoming line of prosecco, perfectly named Tipsy Girl.
In kind of a dick move, Bethenny has moved to trademark the name “Tipsygirl” to avoid any confusion with her Skinnygirl brand. However, according to another Page Six item, Sonja’s business partner has already registered to trademark “Tipsy Girl.”
There’s also the whole matter of Sonja’s business ventures pretty much never actually getting off the ground and that whole thing where Bethenny sold her Skinnygirl cocktail line for roughly $100 million. Somehow I think the brand will be safe.
I’m sure we’ll hear much more about this next season—which again, will not include Jill Zarin.
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