Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Ramona Singer Says Feud With Aviva Drescher Is Not Over


RadarOnline.com:
In the premiere episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, Ramona Singer  and Aviva Drescher got into a nasty confrontation at Heather Thomson‘s party, but shortly after, met up with each other and came to a mutual understanding.

The question now is: Will this newfound common ground last the entire season of RHONY?

“Definitely Aviva and I last season did no end on a good note,” Ramona Singer told RadarOnline.com. “In fact, in between filming, I would run into her at social events and I would just smile nicely and keep walking.”

Their first interaction since the last season actually didn’t take place until filming for the new season resumed.
“The first time I ever spoke to her was on the first episode,” Singer clarified.

And when Singer found out that Drescher would be coming to Thomson’s party, she wasn’t that thrilled.

“To tell you the truth, I was dreading that she was coming,” she said.

But Singer tried to be the bigger person.

“I knew Heather had invited her — Heather was friends with her and Heather’s a friend of mine, so I said, ‘Okay, I have to rise above it. I guess for the good of the group, I have come,’” Singer said. “’Hopefully she won’t come over to me’ … but she did.”

Singer’s wishes didn’t work out though, as fans saw in the premiere episode.

Singer confirmed, “We had a confrontation.”

But at the end of the episode, the two enemies called a truce.

“We had a conversation,” Singer said. “And we basically kind of made amends.”

Sadly, it doesn’t sound like the kinks in their friendship were all worked out.

“You are going to see during the season where Aviva basically has problems with some of the other women that she never did have problems, which kind of made me question, ‘Why make up with her?’” Singer admitted. “I only made up with her because of all of you guys, so what the heck is going on here?”
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