If y'all thought former Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin was going anywhere, you'd be wrong.  I personally think some network needs to introduce a show that follows Jill as she tries to claw her way back into reality television stardom kicking and screaming.  I'd watch.  Kidding, I'd just DVR it and watch it on a slow Sunday. 

Jill, of course, is all about showing Bravo who is boss.  Poor Andy Cohen.  She's coming out guns blazing about what it would take to get her back in Bravo's good graces…and it's not much.  Bless her heart. 


Stopping by the Huffington Post, Jill shares some insight into her future on reality television.  Not even a year ago, Jill said she wouldn't return to the show that made her a household name for a million dollars (please picture me doing my best Dr. Evil impression).  Now Jill, who has recently started her own jewelry line (take that, Pinot Singer!), is willing to come back to RHONY for the cheap price of, well, a million dollars.  Good luck with that, Jill.

Jill tells the site, "I'm a businesswoman, [but] I don't think they're writing a check tomorrow."

The sheer number of the women in the Housewives series makes Jill believe that the franchise is on it's way out for viewers.  She thinks "there's too many 'Housewives,'" counting that there are about 37 cast members total among all the Housewives franchises. Jill shares, "There's no more room … I think that 'Housewives,' I think it's over."

Jill adds, "Unless you're somebody famous already, it's hard to stand out among thirty-seven.  Bethenny [Frankel] did, NeNe [Leakes] did.  To a certain extent, I stuck out.  I think people will remember me as being a housewife."

Oh Jill.  Jill, Jill, Jill, Jill, Jill, Jill.  Touting Teresa Giudice and Lisa Vanderpump as some of the lucky ones who will reap the benefits of the show long after it's off the air (don't worry, Jill finds herself in that caliber as well), the reality star thinks the franchise needs to fade into oblivion.  Of course she does.

Jill, I used to consider you among my faves, but you need to go have a romantic dinner with Bobby, enjoy the fact that you are surrounded by beautiful fabrics on a daily basis, and get your off-camera life in order.  It's over.  And you know what?  You're probably better for it.  Gahhh!


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