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'RHONY' stars react to reunion filming; post makeup-free pics

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The stars of "The Real Housewives of New York City" are usually seen looking glammed up from head-to-toe when they're filming the show but sometimes they're not afraid of showing everyone what they look like when they just wake up. On Friday, June 13, the day they filmed the reunion show, several of the housewives posted photos of them getting ready for the big event, before the makeup and hair stylists did their work.

New housewife Kristen Taekman posted a photo of herself sitting in her hotel room's chair while still in her bathrobe, pajamas and slippers early on in the morning. Instead of dreading reunion day, especially since it fell on Friday the 13th, Kristen seemed to hope for the best, wishing her fans a happy day and declaring it "the lucky13th."

Her enemy, Ramona, also posted a makeup-free pic. Her photo shows her with co-stars Heather Thomson and Carole Radziwill in a hotel room. Like Kristen, they're still in their pajamas and bathrobes. Both Heather and Carole have their hair clipped back, ready for their glam squads to work their magic.

Ramona also posted a photo of herself with Sonja Morgan, the women she's closet to on the show. The close-up photo shows what the women really look like naturally, although it seems that Sonja already has a bit of mascara and lip gloss on.

Some of the housewives also gave their reactions to filming the reunion via their social media accounts. Sonja said that it was "exhausting," Kristen said that it was the "longest day ever" and that she's "so happy it's over," and Aviva Drescher joked during the lunch break that Carole is to blame if she doesn't come out alive.

Even reunion host Andy Cohen gave his thoughts on the reunion via his Twitter account. He tweeted that he loved the reunion, which was full of "drama, tears and absurd conversations." While Andy loved the reunion, it's not likely that the women of "The Real Housewives of New York City" loved it as much!

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