Bethenny Frankel, net worth on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New York” which is $1 million tents to disappoint her fellow co-stars, who have been holding on to the contract to negotiate their contract. But Frankel has reacted candidly with the ladies about her paycheque. Find out!
Like we reported previously, holding back to the contract could jeopardize Sonja Morgan, LuAnn de Lesseps and Ramona Singer jobs, and that seems to happen rightly.
According to Page Six sources reveal that while the “RHONY” stars were busy trying the hardball tactics of negotiating, but Bravo has backfired the ladies whereby the amount stands reduced to a “pay for play” system.
Sources close to Bravo explain, “They tried to power play Bravo. They tried to hold out for more money, and the network said, ‘Guess what? We’re not even going to give you a contract.”
De Lesseps and Singer has been veteran to “Real Housewives of New York” since the first season back in 2008 while Morgan joined the show in 2010. The stars are already used to work on the system of pay per scene, which actually turns out well in terms of monetary concern. The source also added that the pay per scene amounts $20,000.
However, Frankel perceives the thought of negotiations were ridiculous. During an interview with ET, she didn’t seem much optimistic about the drama queens. The Skinnygirl founder said, “Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered and negotiation is definitely an art form. I would venture to guess that most these women are not willing to walk away, so it’s all a useless exercise in nothing.”
Frankel’s return to the show has increased the number in TRP’s but recently in she revealed that the “Real Housewives” queens are easily replaceable and likely Frankel definitely has a ‘long list of friends’ to choose from.
In spite of a successful career, Bethenny Frankel is still striving to manage a divorce from alienate husband Jason Hoppy for the last three years of the initial filing of while she also revealed that “I am not divorced, and it’s been the worse experience of my life.”
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