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Jill Zarin's nominations for 'Real Housewives All-Stars' show

Jill Zarin isn't totally over "Real Housewives," despite being fired from the New York show after four seasons. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Monday, Feb. 10, Jill talked about the possibility of starring in a "Real Housewives All-Stars" show with housewives from other cities during a segment with The Huffington Post.

Jill Zarin attends Desigual fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 at The Theatre at Lincoln Center on February 6, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Larry Busacca

“I love Lisa Vanderpump. But we might be two peacocks. I know I would love Brandi [Glanville]. I love Vicki Gunvalson. I love Tamra Barney. I love Gretchen Rossi. I love NeNe [Leakes] and Marysol [Patton]. From New Jersey, Teresa [Giudice] and Dina Manzo. Dina, because she’s chill. I think we could do a good 'All-Stars' show," she replied when asked about who she would cast if such a show were to happen.

Jill also talked about who still keeps in touch with.

"LuAnn de Lesseps. I saw her on Sunday for the Super Bowl. And Sonja [Morgan] sent me an email wishing me good luck on tonight’s show [Oprah Winfrey's ;Where Are They Now?’ special]…and Jacqueline Laurita. Bravo gave me friends now in all cities," she said.

Just imagine if Bravo actually decided to go ahead and do such a show! With how popular the "Real Housewives" series is, it may only be a matter of time before it actually happens. Whether they would cast Jill Zarin for it, however, is questionable considering that Bravo head honcho Andy Cohen admitted that the network fired Jill because of negative feedback from fans on social media.

Who would you love to see star in a "Real Housewives All-Stars" series, if there was one?

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