Sonja Morgan Excluded From Girl’s Trip to Berkshires


Sonja Morgan is still feeling the effects from announcing her new Prosecco line called Tipsy Girl. On this week’s episode of the Real Housewives of New York City, Morgan was excluded from a trip to the Berkshires with the other women, because Bethenny Frankel was still upset with her over her brand that she calls a “cheater brand.”

Dorinda was the one who disinvited Sonja to the gathering in the Berkshires, but Sonja just didn’t understand why she was being singled out. She said she felt like it was “choosing sides.” She told her new roommate LuAnn, “The girls love me at parties, I’m the one making out with everyone.”

During the trip, when everyone wasn’t talking about Morgan, they were talking about LuAnn’s new man Tom and the fact that he had a past with Ramona Singer.

They also discussed the previous fight Ramona and Dorinda had when Singer was kicked out of John Mahdessian’s party, after Mahdessian kicked out one of de Lessep’s ex-boyfriends for his apparently ridiculous and inappropriate behavior. Ramona said that Rey was a fun, strange guy who she thought used to date de Lesseps (as though she did not know or witness any of said guy’s behavior at the party that night).

Next, it was Bethenny’s turn to call out LuAnn. Frankel outed de Lesseps’ relationship with Tom, in front of Ramona, and she brought up de Lesseps’ earlier claim to have helped think up Frankel’s Skinnygirl empire.

What did you think of this week’s episode?

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