Bethenny Frankel Responds to Andy Cohen About ‘Real Housewives” Podcast

Bethenny Frankel is clearing the air in between her and Andy Cohen following the current start of her new podcast, “ReWives.”

On a phase of Hoda & Jenna on Tuesday, Frankel responded to criticism introduced at her by Cohen on an episode of his podcast, “Andy Cohen Live.”

Frankel, recognized for her time starring on “The Actual Housewives of New York Town,” introduced her “ReWives” podcast with the objective of rewatching episodes from the collection and commenting on them with “unanticipated thought leaders and celebrity good friends,” in accordance to the podcast description.

In reaction to the podcast start, Cohen shared that he was “amazed” that Frankel was starting the sequence.

“I was amazed at that due to the fact she’s been trashing the display for the final 3 many years,” Cohen said on his podcast. “She’s been chatting about that it’s poisonous and it really is every undesirable matter you can consider of … and now she’s accomplishing a ‘Housewives’ recap podcast.”

When prompted by Hoda Kotb on Now with Hoda & Jenna, Frankel replied that she and Cohen “totally are pals” and often take walks on the seashore jointly to speak about “Housewives.”

“I texted him when it arrived out, and he said, ‘Oh enjoyable, I’m glad to see you embracing the ‘Housewives,’ which absolutely is due to the fact I have stated I am glad that I am not there, which I am, but they’re not mutually exceptional. I am happy that I’m not there I also do get the right to converse about for the reason that I did it for a quarter of my life,” Frankel stated.

Frankel also responded right to Cohen’s comments that she has “been trashing” the exhibit for decades, indicating as an alternative that she has spoken about the poisonous surroundings.

“I imagine it is a different show than what it was in the starting. It is really developed into anything distinct, extra major, much more shiny, additional spectacular than what we commenced with,” Frankel said.

She disclosed that she will be on Cohen’s present in the in close proximity to upcoming and is prepared to chat about his feedback then, but she explained that “you will find no conflict.”

“There are all these various dynamics wherever I guess they overlap,” she explained. “He will not treatment personally — I consider he’s most likely a very little annoyed.”

She said she has not yet spoken to Cohen about his comments.

Frankel reported that her podcast has “exploded” in acceptance since its start. The “Housewives” star is also on a new CNBC display referred to as “Money Court” with “Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary.