I can't believe it. After, what has it been, four years? Kelly Bensimon and Bethenny Frankel are still feuding. Well, kind of. Kelly recently unleashed on Frankel to Us Weekly after Bethenny made a snide comment about her during a Watch What Happens Live appearance. Apparently, during the show, Andy Cohen asked Bethenny which Real Housewives star she would never invite onto her new talk show, and she replied, "Danielle Staub." But after naming the former RHONJ member, Frankel went on and joked, "[Staub] can come over to my house and meet Kelly and Jason [Hoppy] and live with us."
Kind of out of left field, so I could see how Kelly would be annoyed. But then Bethenny went on to say that she would have Kelly on her show.
Sooooo ... that's kind of nice? Right? Yeah, Kelly didn't think so.
Bensimon told the mag: "We've done so much underneath this incredible cloud. She has literally tried to destroy every single thing I've done and I've never done anything to her," she added. "I don't even know her. I am tired of her attacking my reputation and defaming me whenever she can." She continued: "It's time to move on. I'm going to have to take action. I can't be hired to work and then have people four years later attacking me for no reason. This is NOT a joke anymore."
While I can see why Kelly would be annoyed at Bethenny for her out-of-the-blue comment on WWHL, I don't know if I'd go as far as to say this is Bethenny trying to destroy her. Kelly might be making a mountain out of a molehill here.
What I think really needs to happen is Kelly should take Bethenny up on her opportunity to appear on her show. They can hash things out there. How epic would that be? I, as a diehard Housewives fan, would watch the shit out of that episode.
So, what do you say, Kelly? A quick appearance on Bethenny? You can get everything off your chest, and Bethenny hers. It's the stuff RHONY dreams are made of. And how can you deny us that? It's your publicly duty, actually.
Would you like to see Kelly on Bethenny's show?
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