Ramona Singer is back for season 13 of RHONY and is still single. Last season, she started off crying because she didn’t have a husband and missed the company. Now, as the Bravo star evolves, she explains why she wants a man in her life, not because she needs a man, but because she wants a man.
When The Real Housewives of New York City started in 2008, Ramona Singer was happily married to Mario Singer. The couple showed they were a power couple and their marriage was a strong one, something Singer was proud of. But years later, it became clear that their relationship wasn’t as solid as they led viewers to believe, and they divorced.
Since then, Ramona Singer has not had a long-term relationship and has not remarried. The entrepreneur is living her life to the fullest and “meets and skates”, as she told Entertainment Tonight in a recent interview.
The pandemic hasn’t stopped Ramona Singer from finding Mr Right and although she started dating one man, it didn’t work out because of his “temper”, she explained. Ramona Singer also told the publication that she wants a man, but not because she needs a man in her life. “I’m at a stage in my life, I want a man, I don’t need a man,” she revealed. “I don’t need a man to pay me rent, I don’t need a man to give me a child. I don’t need a man that say I’ve divorced, give me money. I got it all. I have great friends, and I just want a man to be with who I really care about and cares about me.”
RHONY: Ramona Cuts Ties With Friend Elyse
One friend you won’t see in RHONY season 13 is Elyse Slaine. The latter appeared in season 12 as Singer’s friend. However, her time on the reality series was short-lived as she was cut from Singer’s inner circle.
Although the reason for Ramona Singer and Elyse Slaine’s breakup was never mentioned on the show, the latter thought it may have been because of her involvement.
In season 13 of The Real Housewives of New York City, Singer will be joined by Leah McSweeney, who is still in contact with Elyse Slaine. Also on the team are Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan and newcomer Eboni K. Williams.