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Jill Zarin expressed interest in getting her apple back on the new “Real Housewives of New York City” series starring ex-“Housewives.”
Bravo posted its announcement of the upcoming show to Instagram Wednesday and garnered thousands of comments — including one from Zarin, 58, herself.
“@bravoandy 📞,” she simply wrote, tagging executive producer Andy Cohen’s account.
Zarin’s comment, which got over 1,600 “likes,” divided the Bravoverse over the possibility of the OG “Housewife” returning.
“There can’t be a reboot without you, we need to start a campaign!” one fan commented.
“you are not needed your voice is like nails to a chalk board and your bragging is annoying,” a critic argued.
“sorry honey you had your chance. The show needs diversity not bringing back people who were let go,” another anti-Zarin user wrote.
“yes please!!! Took the words right out of my mouth!” wrote one more fan.
Zarin also posted a video to her Instagram Story of herself excitedly picking up a phone and wrote, “POV: You’re Jill Zarin calling Andy this AM.”
Cohen, 53, previously told Variety that he expected Zarin to be the first one to call him after hearing the spinoff news.
“Jill is gonna be, like, ‘Am I getting my apple back?’” he said while impersonating the reality star.
Bravo made the unprecedented announcement Wednesday that it would be rebooting and likely recasting “RHONY” as well as creating a second show that will feature fan favorite alums.
Cohen explained that the network is prioritizing the reboot, but they also have “RHONY: Throwback” or “RHONY: Legacy,” as he tentatively called it, in the back of their minds.
The “Watch What Happens Live” host confessed he knows who he would want to star on the spinoff, but he would not specify any names.
Zarin was an original “RHONY” cast member, but she left the show after Season 4 in 2011. However, the mom of one made frequent appearances in later years — including attending Luann de Lesseps’ wedding to Tom D’Agostino.
The Jill & Ally co-founder’s Instagram comment comes nearly after a year after she was hesitant to say she would return to “RHONY” during a “WWHL” appearance.
“I just wanna be a friend,” she told Cohen last May.
In the meantime, fans will get to see Zarin on “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” Season 2, which has yet to receive a premiere date and will also star Dorinda Medley of “RHONY,” Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson of “Orange County,” Phaedra Parks and Eva Marcille of “Atlanta” and Taylor Armstrong and Brandi Glanville of “Beverly Hills.”
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