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Next season of 'RHONY' to star Jill Zarin and Dina Lohan?

Could Jill Zarin actually return to "The Real Housewives of New York City" and bring Dina Lohan, Lindsay Lohan's mom, with her? Possibly. Jill certainly wants it to happen. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Monday, April 22, Lindsay, during her recent appearance on Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live," told Andy that Jill wants back in with the addition of her mom.

Dina Lohan appears in court after her arrest on September 12, 2013 for Driving While Intoxicated and speeding at Nassau County First District Court on April 15, 2014 in Hempstead, New York.
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Andy was asking Lindsay, currently promoting her OWN documentary series, some questions when she interrupted him to say something important. She told Andy that she has a message for him from Jill, that message being that she and Dina should do the New York City housewives show.

Andy Cohen's response? He didn't reveal whether Jill Zarin has any chance of returning to the show or if Dina Lohan could ever become a housewife. He did agree, however, that the combo of Jill and Dina would be fun to watch, saying that "it would be quite a show." Lindsay believes that Jill and her mom would be a boost for the show, reminding Andy about the bad ratings for the current season.

Season six of "The Real Housewives of New York City" stars returning housewives Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Aviva Drescher, Carole Radziwill, and Heather Thomson, and new housewife Kristen Taekman. It also features LuAnn de Lesseps as a "friend of the housewives." Unfortunately for its stars, the show isn't getting very good ratings. A recent episode garnered only 1.2 million viewers, an all-time low for the show.

According to the NY Daily News, the low ratings are causing the show's stars to be paranoid about getting fired. However, the network seems to be standing behind them and the show. According to a show insider, the low ratings are to be expected considering that the show was off the air for 15 months, much longer than it usually is. The show insider told the NY Daily News that they're confident that the audience for the show will build as time goes on.

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