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'Blood, Sweat & Heels' Mica Hughes to switch to being 'RHONY' star?

Terry Lyon and Mica Hughes attend the Seed Project Fundraiser Event at 1OAK on June 26, 2013 in New York City.
Terry Lyon and Mica Hughes attend the Seed Project Fundraiser Event at 1OAK on June 26, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Cindy Ord

Could "Blood, Sweat & Heels" star Mica Hughes join "The Real Housewives of New York City" next season? She certainly seems open to the opportunity. On Saturday, April 19, Mica retweeted a fan's tweet that she should be on the the show's next season to "spice it up" and that she was "the coolest one" on "Blood, Sweat & Heels." In addition to retweeting the tweet, Mica responded with a simple "thanks."

If Mica really were to join the New York housewives, one housewife with whom she would probably get along with, at least initially, is Sonja Morgan. Mica said in an interview in March that she once met Sonja at a Bravo photo shoot and found her to be "amazing." She even said that Sonja reminds her of herself and is someone that she looks up to. Considering how tight Sonja is with Ramona Singer, Mica better get on Ramona's good side if she does join the show or else she may be shut out.

Mica has remained coy about whether she wants to continue on with "Blood, Sweat & Heels." She said in the March interview that doing the show was "a huge life changer" for her and others in her life and teased that fans will have to wait to see if she comes back. She also pointed out that she doesn't know if she'll even get the opportunity to be on the show again.

Considering what a lightning rod she was on the show's first season, in addition to the glamour that she brings as a former model and successful model agency owner, it's likely that Mica Hughes will be asked to return for a second season. Bravo confirmed in late March that the show, which also stars Melyssa Ford, Brie Bythewood, Daisy Lewellyn, Demetria Lucas, and Geneva S. Thomas, has been renewed for a second season.