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Andy Cohen says lots of absurdities at 'RHONY' reunion; hints show isn't leaving

(L-R) Cast members of 'The Real Housewives of New York City' LuAnn de Lesseps, Heather Thomson and Aviva Drescher attend Bravo's 'Around The World In 80 Plates' Finale Celebration at Metropolitan Pavilion on July 12, 2012 in New York City.
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It seems that fans of "The Real Housewives of New York City" don't have to worry about the show getting canceled despite its low ratings, at least if Andy Cohen still has some say over the show's fate. In an interview with Bravo TV's The Dish and a tweet that he sent a fan, Andy expressed how much he loves the ladies of New York City.

In his interview with The Dish, posted on Monday, June 16, Andy gave a small preview of what viewers can expect when they watch the season six reunion show, which filmed on the previous Friday. He said that the reunion had everything that one loves about the "Real Housewives" reunions, including "drama and laughs."

And it seems that unlike the recent reunions of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," New York City's reunion will be very light-hearted and fun. Andy said that there were so many absurdities that happened that "there were too many to count."

The morning of the reunion filming, Andy had actually assured a nervous fan that the show is doing great. A fan, alluding to Simon van Kempen's article about the show's disastrous ratings, tweeted Andy that the network's decision to have such a long break between seasons four and five hurt the ratings. As some may or may not know, Simon van Kempen is the husband of former housewife Alex McCord. He now runs the Bravo Ratings website.

Instead of just ignoring the tweet, Andy chose to respond. He wrote that not only is the show doing great but more importantly, he and others at the network "LOVE IT!!" Of course, while Andy's responses seems to indicate that "The Real Housewives of New York City" isn't going anywhere, that doesn't mean that the cast members, Ramona Singer, Sonja Morga, Heather Thomson, Carole Radziwill, Kristen Taekman, and Aviva Drescher, don't have to worry about being replaced!

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