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EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Ramona Singer Throws 'Real Housewives' Premiere Party

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Apr. 8 2011, Updated 3:44 p.m. ET

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New York Housewife Ramona Singer threw a premiere party to beat all premiere parties Tuesday, to celebrate the kick off of the fourth season of her hit reality show, and RadarOnline.com has the exclusive photos.

Ramona was joined by her hunky hubby, Mario and her beautiful sixteen-year-old daughter Avery - and in the words of Ramona, it was “truly an electrifying night!”

“I was so excited to host the event,” Ramona told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview. “I picked a very chic place in Covet. The space was beautiful and everything came out even better than I thought! It was truly an electrifying night.

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“The best part for me was that I was the wine sponsor for my own event! Everyone was drinking Ramona Pinot Grigio and the response was fabulous! My guests could not stop coming up to me and telling me how great the wine was.

“Even those who normally drink only one glass were drinking multiple! I was really proud and happy I was able to share that with the people closest to me.

“I was so honored that the President of Bravo, Frances Berwick, attended. It was so sweet of her to come and show her support.”

But, despite the high profile names milling around, Ramona says her biggest and most celebrated VIPs were her own family.

“Not only did my husband Mario come but my daughter Avery, now being sixteen years old, was able to come along as well. I was so thrilled to have her there next to me and she looked stunning!”

Real Housewives of New York City airs on Bravo Thursday at 10pm ET/PT.

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