Reality television queen Bethenny Frankel wants to make the move into daytime television with her own talk show. And as Bethenny says: “Most of my business wishes come true.”
“I would like a daytime talk show because my conversation with my fans right now is through social networking, and my TV show communicates what I’m doing, but it isn’t really a dialogue or a conversation,” she told PopEater.
Frankel, who was sometimes a polarizing figure on Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York City, has since branched out into her own reality show, “Bethenny Getting Married” and “Bethenny Ever After” debuts on Feb. 28.
“It’s about the texture of marriage and bringing together Venus and Mars, which is what my husband and I are. We’re from two different planets. And he’s religious, and I practice yoga,” she explains.
“He wants to be around his parents all the time, and I like to be alone and just a lot of crazy things. It’s really probably the only real reality show. It’s a reality sitcom.”
Frankel also has a new book coming out. Titled “A Place of Yes,” it debuts March 22.
[It’s] about how I got to where I am in my life now, in career and in family and the 10 rules to getting there,” she says.