EXCLUSIVE: Friends Or Enemies? New York Housewife Jill Zarin Skipping Ramona's Party


Mar. 30 2011, Published 8:45 a.m. ET

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Fans love Real Housewives of New York for it's non-stop drama and endless catfights, so when news spread Jill Zarin would be a no-show at Ramona Singer's upcoming premiere party, whispers and giggles were abound.

But spoke exclusively to Zarin's rep, who dished the dirt: she won't be there, but is not boycotting her "frenemies" event.

"I received several calls asking me if Jill was boycotting Ramona's party," Darren Bettencourt told in an exclusive interview.

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"It's true she is not attending, but it's not true that it's a boycott."

Rumors of their feud stemmed from a report regarding Romona being a no-show during New York Fashion Week at Zarin's launch party for her sexy shape wear line -- Skweez Couture.

Housewives LuAnn de Lesseps, Cindy Barshop, Alex McCord, Sonja Morgan and Bravo executive Andy Cohen were all there to support Zarin on her big night.

Not only did Singer miss the event but a source revealed, "She was texting people from a party uptown asking friends to leave Jill's launch and come uptown and meet her!"

Said Bettencourt: "Although they've historically had some problems, the truth is Jill and Ramona love being frenemies.

"Jill is not boycotting the big bash.

"The truth is, she will be at a personal appearance in Philadelphia at The Hadassah JCC and wishes Ramona the best with her event.

"Jill is very much looking forward to the season premiere Real Housewives of New York on April 7th and promises her fans this will be the best season ever."


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