Hold onto your red apples because the Real Housewives of New York Season 13 reunion is back ON!
After a season of tanking ratings and multiple canceled reunions, Ramona Singer, Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney, and newcomer Eboni K. Williams will allegedly come face-to-face to film with Bravo Daddy Andy Cohen.
According to Daily Mail, the RHONY reunion will film in late September or early October.
Locking in dates didn't come easy considering some of the cast members are not on speaking terms, which means the production company had to work extra hard to get the ladies to play nice.
"Ramona went to dinner with Eboni to make peace and LuAnn had to be coaxed to answer her phone while living her best life in Europe, but we’re making it happen," a source told the outlet.
As Radar exclusively reported, Ramona pulled out of the scheduled reunion in June, refusing to sit down for a "race talk" after learning that producers were unsure about her future on the show.
Producers have been desperately trying to find a way to resolve the latest dumpster fire of a season, with insiders telling us, "Bravo just came to Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and Sonja Morgan and is requesting they come back as 'friends' for next season.”
The reason they want to demote the three longest-running RHONY ladies? It all comes down to money.
“Ramona is the highest paid with Lu right behind her," our television source said, adding the trio is simply too pricey to maintain.
Radar was told that when approached with the offer, LuAnn scoffed at the proposal and believed Ramona would do the same.
While nothing has been set in stone surrounding the Season 14 cast, at least we finally have a reunion — but that can all change, as it's done multiple times in the past.
Radar was also told Bravo is considering putting Season 14 on ice until they sort out their mess.
"There is still no confirmed date to shoot the reunion show after it being postponed twice. First, August 5th is canceled and now the September date has been canceled too," a source told us last month. "But even more concerning, there is no date to start filming season 14 on the books and talk about putting the show on permanent hiatus."
"This is what Bravo does," the insider added, "They never officially cancel shows."