Leah McSweeney Appears to Confirm She Was Fired from ‘RHONY’

Leah McSweeney appears to have confirmed that she will not be returning for the Real Housewives of New York reboot.

McSweeney β€” who starred on the Bravo show for two seasons starting in 2019 β€” post a video on TikTok on Friday, where she sarcastically advised future “hosts” not to repeat the same mistakes.

“As a former ‘Real Housewife of New York,’ these are five things I would never do,” McSweeney, 40, said, seemingly emphasizing the word “former.”

She suggested never “get completely naked,” “get drunk on national television,” “throw food in someone’s face,” “steal the limelight at another woman’s birthday party,” and of course, “to leave the vibrator in the chick” – which, if fans remember, were all she did.

Leah McSweeney speaks in a selfie video
Leah McSweeney called herself a “former” Real Housewives of New York star in a video Friday.

Bravo did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

McSweeney didn’t clarify her words, but that didn’t stop fans from speculating about her departure in the comments.

β€œWait ex? Nooooo,” one user commented.

“ex!!!????? girl WHAT?” asked another.

“YOU WON’T BE 😩😩😩😩😭😭😭,” added a fan.

β€œI don’t want a RHONY without leah, she deserves to be still! 😩,” someone else wrote.

“The ex? 😒 @bravoandy fix that now 😒,” another fan added, referring to executive producer Andy Cohen.

Dorinda Medley, Luann de Lesseps, Leah McSweeney talk "RONNIE"
Previously, McSweeney explained that she did not want to hope to be invited back to the Bravo show.
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McSweeney’s comment marks the first time anyone from the previous cast has given an update on where they stand on the show, as many have previously hinted that they haven’t been given any information.

Page Six broke the news that Texas fashion influencer Lizzie Sovietsky will be joining the cast of the rebooted β€œRHONY.”

In March, Cohen revealed that “RHONY” would return to Bravo with two different series: one with a new cast and another based on former fan favorites, which he tentatively dubbed “RHONY Legacy.”

β€œWe spent a lot of time figuring out where to go. And the plan that we came up with, I think is a real gift to the fans,” he said Variety at this time.

The network has yet to announce either cast, but Cohen emphasized that they prioritized the “RHONY” reboot first.


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