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Bethenny Frankel leaves the city to avoid show’s cancellation and divorce

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Bethenny Frankel may have been living her dream with her new talk show, but it sounds like that dream has come to an end. The show has been cancelled and it won’t film anymore episodes for next year. The show will continue to run until May, but after that, the show will end. If that wasn’t enough, she is still going through a crazy divorce with estranged husband, Jason Hoppy. So it isn’t surprising that she needs some time away from her home. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 19, Bethenny Frankel supposedly jetted off to Aspen this week to get away from the big city with her boyfriend, Michael A. Cerussi III.

Apparently, the two needed some time away from the big city. The two had dinner at the Hickory House Ribs and enjoyed the taste of BBQ, one eyewitness has said. “She was in a good mood,” the patron said. She was overheard saying that she was in town for a couple of days and thrilled to “get away [from NYC],” the source explained.

Of course, Bethenny and Michael have been traveling around the country lots to get some private time together. Over Christmas, they were spotted in Miami and they have been spending time together in the city. One can imagine that she doesn’t want to share him with Bryn just yet. Before Michael, she was linked to billionaire Warren Lichtenstein, but she denied any romance with him.

What do you think of her dating a new man?

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