Real Housewife Bethenny Frankel reveals why her talk show, backed by TV host great Ellen DeGeneres, failed to stand the test of time.
Bethenny Frankel opens up on what went wrong with her talk show attempt.
The reality star, who lived up to her Skinnygirl reputation at a SodaStream event in NYC on Tuesday, admits the production process felt restricting.
"It was way more constricting…like directing traffic," she told Haute Living in a recent interview. "It was way more filtered and edited than I like to be…I have a mouth for nighttime and I can't be shackled."
Frankel's show was cancelled after just one season, which led to the mother-of-one's reluctant return to the Real Housewives of New York.
"I felt that people had lost touch with me and thought that maybe I had lost touch," she explained of her decision to rejoin the Bravo franchise.
Now, Frankel continues to stir up trouble with her cast mates.
But it's not all drama for the Skinnygirl mogul.
Frankel just bought herself a $4.2 million apartment she's been busy renovating in New York City.
Perhaps her next attempt at a talk show will see more success.