The Real Housewives of New York City blew into hot-spot Seaspice Saturday to film an episode for season 8 of the reality TV show. Always one for the dramatics, Sonja Morgan turned on the waterworks over their dinner of seafood casserole as Bethenny Frankel and Ramona Singer comforted her while Countess Luann de Lesseps, Carole Carol Radziwill and Dorinda Medley looked on incredulously. We will have to tune in to see what’s sure to be a revealing moment for these ladies. Following dinner, de Lesseps, Singer, Medley and a new cast member, Julianne Wainstein, stopped by Ball and Chain and danced the night away celebrating owner Zack Bush’s birthday. A few even got on stage to rock out with the band (!) after sipping on cocktails and wine in their private cabana outside next to the stage. The night must have taken a toll because only three of the Housewives made it to brunch Sunday at Bagatelle. The boisterous foursome there, including a friend of Frankel’s, drank rose wine as they incessantly flirted with their handsome and, says our spy, intimidated waiter. The infamous boozy brunch party was the perfect place for Singer, who immediately got to dancing after eating a light brunch of Bagatelle’s salad and tuna tartare. Housewives puppet master Andy Cohen, meanwhile, was seen having dinner with a friend Friday at Bianca at the Delano where DJ Run, aka Joseph Simmons, was seen brunching with his wife on Sunday.
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