She's back! Longtime viewers of The Real Housewives of New York City will see a familiar face on tonight's episode: the one and only Jill Zarin.
The 53-year-old beauty, who was fired from the Bravo reality series after four seasons with an apple, joins LuAnn D'Agostino (née de Lesseps) and Dorinda Medley for dinner — and you can tell Jill wants the drama back in her life.
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"I miss it, I'm not going to lie," she says at the table. "I kind of miss the gossip."
Bravo has not confirmed or denied rumors that Jill is returning to her full-time position, but her fellow houseguests wouldn't be against Jill making the show her new "hobby."
"I was never on with Jill, but the good thing about Jill is that exactly the way she is on camera is how she is off camera, and I’ve known Jill for a long time," Dorinda told Life & Style exclusively at the RHONY premiere party on April 5. "So it seemed seamless. She’s exactly like that in real life. The great thing about the housewife women… they really are like they are off camera.”
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Sonja Morgan revealed she does not know if Jill is coming back but wishes she would have shared some screen-time with her.
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"I would have liked to have seen her when she filmed, but of course, Luann didn’t invite any of us to her wedding," she said. This season, Luann famously excluded most of the housewives from her Palm Beach nuptials to Tom D'Agostino, except for Dorinda and alums Jill and Kelly Bensimon.
As for Ramona Singer, when it comes to Jill's fate she leaves it up to the network. “I don’t know, I follow Bravo’s orders,” she said with a laugh.
For a look at the cast then and now, check out the gallery below!
The New York native launched her Skinny Girl empire while starring on the Bravo reality series. Bethenny originally left the show after three seasons, but she returned in Season 7.
Though the mother-of-one is not technically a housewife, she does keep it real.