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Real Housewives of New York reunion

The Real Housewives of New York cast recently sat down with Andy Cohen to film the Season 11 reunion. Of course, the set was standard: Andy in the middle with one couch on each side of him.

However, it could easily be Luann de Lesseps on a barstool across from a giant sofa filled with the rest of the cast. Well, minus the segment that her girl Barbara Kavovit filmed. Barbara is a very loyal Luann apologist.

Bravo hasn’t released any footage from the reunion taping, but the ladies and Andy all uploaded photos from filming.

Of course, Lu wore one of those cabaret-style sequined gowns. And it was probably Jovani. Luckily for Lu, they taped the reunion right before she was taken into custody.

Barbara, Dorinda Medley, and Bethenny Frankel also rocked sequin outfits for the reunion taping.

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Sonja Morgan wore a long-sleeved green mini dress. Tinsley Mortimer stepped outside of the box with her purple dress and her hair. This is the one time we all wish she just stuck with her usual schtick. Ramona Singer went all out with her plunging blue gown, but would she describe it as “Ramona blue”? She probably would.

And, of course, Andy wore a suit, just like he always does.

Was Tinsley’s mother Dale Mercer there? She did not appear in any of the behind-the-scenes photos, but she did do confessional interviews throughout the season. Maybe she will make a cameo appearance.

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Click through the photo gallery below to see pictures from the Real Housewives of New York Season 11 reunion.

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