‘Real Housewives of New York City’: Ramona Singer Supports Luann de Lesseps At Her Cabaret Show
The ‘Real Housewives of New York City‘ star is known for belting out the tunes. So much so that Luann did have a one hit wonder ‘Money Can’t Buy You Class’ which has become synonymous with the reality TV star.
And yet, much recently, Luann came under fire after she was allegedly kicked out of a gay bar over her behaviour. It was alleged that during the course of some singing, she had taken over the microphone and began swearing at the crowd with claims that she was drunk.
But after having come out and apologised, it looks as though this has now been forgotten. In the video here, we can see that Ramona is having the time of her life. She is dancing along to Luann’s singing show and can be seen miming the lyrics.
This is very significant since it shows that Luann has support amongst her close friends, despite recently being kicked out when she performed. But much more than that, rather than simply having a good time, Ramona did take some time out for the fans too. She had apparently chatted to them and signed some autographs.
And with that, the fans wanted to see Ramona and Luann on TV together once again. A source said: “People kept coming up to Ramona and telling her that they desperately wanted her and Luann to return to the Real Housewives of New York City Legacy show.”
Nevertheless, not everybody was convinced by Ramona’s performance. A certain subset of people felt that she had embarrassed herself, as there were other ways she could have supported Luann. After all, her dancing did not leave much to be desired. One person wrote: “Ramona singer is a ahole.”
It is safe to say that Ramona certainly knows how to make an impression. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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