CYNTHIA Bailey appeared on The Kelly Clarkson show alongside Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip costars Ramona Singer, Kenya Moore, Luann de Lesseps, and Teresa Giudice and fans were quick to notice some changes in her appearance.
Ramona, 64, shared a photo from the appearance on Instagram, where fans flooded the comments with compliments for Cynthia.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posed next to her cast mates in a red dress.
One commenter wrote: “Omg Cynthia is juicy, juicy!!!!!”
A second fan commented: “Oh my Cynthia,” which a shocked face.
Not all the comments were positive, however.
Several commenters made rude remarks about Cynthia’s new look, as well as her outfit.
One comment slammed the model for dressing “like somebody’s grandma.”
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Cynthia wasn’t the only housewife under fire in the comments, however.
A number of comments slammed Eboni K. Williams, who made her RHONY debut in season 13.
“This looks good. Fire Eboni. Can’t wait for All Stars,” a fan wrote.
Another suggested the show should “get rid of Eboni,” adding: “Last season was terrible!”
Several commenters had less-than-favorable things to say about Ramona, who has been at the center of several controversies for a while now, as well.
One commenter called the Real Housewives of New York star “filler.”
The comment comes after Gizelle Bryant made a similar statement during a podcast interview, saying that Ramona “doesn’t even count as a Housewife.”
Ramona is in hot water with fans and fellow Bravo stars after being accused of “racist” behavior by RHONY costar Eboni, as well as a producer on the show.
She made questionable comments during the most recent season of the show as well, sparking outrage from viewers.
During a Black Shabbat, hosted by Eboni, Ramona claimed she was the victim of racism, saying a Black nurse refused to give her pain medication while she was in labor.
Viewers slammed her as “ignorant” for making a conversation about systemic racism in the medical industry about herself.
One fan tweeted: “Andy Cohen, Bravo. I am BEGGING YOU – B E G G I N G YOU – to fire Ramona‘s ignorant a**.”
Page Six reported that Eboni, the first Black woman to be hired as a full-time RHONY housewife, filed a formal complaint after Romana made a “racist” comment toward her.
The outlet reported that during production, Ramona said: “This is why we shouldn’t have Black people on the show,” referring to Eboni.
Sources told the outlet the investigation into the allegations is the reason there was no season 13 RHONY reunion.
Eboni is reportedly “dissatisfied” with the investigations findings, which allegedly cleared Ramona’s name.
Ramona claimed she “never said that,” calling the allegations “a terrible lie.”
In a statement released to Page Six in response to the allegations, she said: “It’s very disappointing that even after my name was cleared that people still want to slander me.”
Fans have been calling for Ramona to be fired since season 13 aired.
Ramona claims she can’t share her side of the story due to her confidentiality agreement.
A source told the outlet that Ramona has not been “invited back to the next season of the show.”
The insider noted that she has been faithful to the show since “day one,” but added that “her time is up.”
According to the source: “A bunch of older white women behaving badly was fun a decade ago but not today.
“The world has changed and if the show wants to survive another decade it must change too and that starts with the cast.”
Andy Cohen has not revealed Ramona’s fate on RHONY at this time.
She is currently appearing on RHOUGT on Peacock.
Ramona is no stranger to controversy.
Prior to the airing of the latest season of RHONY, she was slammed for secretly traveling to St. Barts after production was halted amid the coronavirus.
A source told Page Six: “It’s very stupid. Likely she’ll have to quarantine for a while when she gets back.
“She is telling people on the island that she is keeping it as secret due to her contract with Bravo, yet she is taking pictures with people on the island and flew in on a public plane.”
Earlier that same month Ramona was called a “super-spreader” after traveling to New York from Florida where she had been spending time.
In August 2020 she faced backlash after she left New York “for the entire pandemic,” fleeing to her Florida and Southampton homes.