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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Bethenny Frankel: Real Housewives is crazy

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel is happy with "doing her own thing".

The 41-year-old reality star turned entrepreneur rose to fame as a cast member on the Real Housewives of New York City in 2008.

Bethenny, who is now hosting her own talk show, enjoyed her time on the series, but is glad to have moved on.

"Do I still watch it? I don't watch it religiously but I'll sometimes catch up," she told the audience on an upcoming episode of Bethenny. "It's not anything against them. I've been busy planning the talk show and kind of doing my own thing. It was a long time ago."

"I was in a different place in my life and I'm so grateful for the experience [because] it did get me here."

Bethenny feels that Real Housewives of New York City has changed dramatically since the show first aired.

"It's a totally different show than when I started," she said. "It was just about women who had children and were married and it was kind of more fun and playful. Then it got crazy. Then it got really crazy and it was a different show."

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