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Cindy Barshop New York House Wife

Cindy Barshop New York House Wife - At long last, Bravo revealed the newest New York Housewife—day spa owner Cindy Barshop. Bravo has been notoriously quiet over who would replace ex-housewife Bethenny Frankel, who left the show for her own series, “Bethenny Getting Married,” which transitioned into “Bethenny Ever After."

Barshop runs the Completely Bare day-spa chain, which has boasted such clientele as “Jersey Shore”’s Pauly D, and The Situation. According to the Post, they’ll make an appearance in the February premier.

But, just how does one land a coveted spot on “The Real Housewives,” the debated “Who’s Who” list for the rich, the fabulous, and those who wish to harbor bourgeoning singer/songwriter aspirations?

Cindy Barshop New York House Wife

First off, it helps to be friends with the other housewives. “[Barshop] has an organic connection to the cast,” Bravo VP of Programming Christian Barcellos told the Post. Meaning, she has good connections to New York society’s elite like Kelly Bensimon and Ramona Singer.

Second, it helps to bring something new to the table. "This show is about self-actualized women,” Barcellos says. “I think viewers will enjoy getting to know and see [Barshop]." Barshop, as an entrepreneur, fits the mold perfectly.

Cindy Barshop New York House Wife


Anonymous said…
I love watching this show because it's an escape from reality for me. It's almost impossible to believe these women could 1. be friends to anyone and 2. have friends. They are a unique collection of misfits. They have hidden agendas,some will screw anything in pants, they back stab, plot and undermind each other. They are not of the real world of women friendships and do not represent the real women of this country...thank GOD. But they are very intertaining and an escape for those of us who have a bad day now and then.

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