Season six of "The Real Housewives of New York City" looks to be even more dramatic and crazier than last season. In an interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, posted on Wednesday, Jan. 29, Sonja Morgan said that viewers will see the other more unpleasant and aggressive sides of Heather Thomson, Aviva Drescher and Carole Radziwill.
According to Sonja, Heather, Aviva and Carole were ready to fight and defend themselves right off the bat.
"This season, out of the gate, we were off and running. There’s a total 180 on the new girls who were all nicey-nicey last year. This year you see their other side. They don’t have the patience they had last year. But you always see that with the newcomers, they come on all balanced and then they lose their crap," she said.
Viewers will in particular see Carole be more frank instead of speaking her mind only in the confessionals.
"I think, Carole, because she’s a writer, she’s used to doing it with her pen instead of to your face. That got a little annoying last season. This season I really respect her a lot more because it’s more to the face, and it’s in-scene, it’s not in the confessionals," she said.
Something that viewers will probably definitely be interested in seeing is co-star Ramona Singer's relationship with Mario Singer for any signs of conflict. It was recently revealed that the two have separated, with both already dating other people, and even got into a domestic spat over the weekend.
Season six of "The Real Housewives of New York City" premiers Tuesday, March 11.
Are you excited for the new season to begin?
Follow @celebgossipstat for the latest celebrity and entertainment news.