Ramona Singer Stonewalls Andy Cohen's Questions About Her Marriage on The Real Housewives of New York City Reunion
Ramona Singer doesn't mind showing the ups and downs of her marriage on TV—but don't you dare ask her to talk about it. The Bravo reality star completely stonewalled all of Andy Cohen's questions about her relationship with husband Mario Singer on part two of the Real Housewives of New York City reunion, which aired Tuesday, Aug. 6.
Like any good talk show host, Cohen asked Singer to talk about the status of her marriage, which has been the subject of many headlines over the last several months. (The couple, who share daughter Avery, separated in January amid rumors that Mario had cheated, but reconciled a short time later.)
Singer refused to engage with Cohen's line of questioning, saying only, "Everyone in my family is great." Pressed to elaborate, she got combative. "Hello? I just answered your question. Now let's go to Sonja or Aviva or someone else. Thank you, Andy," she said with false, chirpy sweetness.
Not one to give up easily, Cohen tried a different approach, asking what she'd learned from her experience with Mario. "Andy, Andy!" she protested. "Andy, I think we all learn something every day. I'm saying I learn something every day...I don't want to take this discussion any further," she added. "I have a daughter. That's it, thank you."
Singer then attempted to turn the tables on her host, asking, "So, how's your love life? Who you gonna have sex with tonight? Tell me!"
"I'll tell you when I go on a reality show with whoever I'm having sex with," he answered.
"Well, you're on a reality show! Right here, baby!" she said, gesturing to the set.
"I'm actually not, honey," he retorted coolly.
LuAnn de Lesseps piped in then to offer her two cents on the matter, reminding Singer of all the times she's put her RHONY costars in the hot seat by lobbying accusations about their own relationships. "Karma's a bitch," de Lesseps quipped.