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'The Real Housewives of New York City' Announces Season 15 Cast

RHONY is back, baby! After a complete rebrand and six new housewives in Season 14, Bravo's New York reality TV juggernaut is returning for Season 15. Since the reunion for The Real Housewives of New York City aired in October 2023, however, the internet (or at least the Housewives-obsessed corners of "X") have been abuzz with casting rumors. Would some of the Season 14 cast get scrapped? Would OG RHONY housewives be returning? Would Bravo add in a few completely new women to discuss the difference between Casa Cipriani and Catch? Well, now the mystery is solved. On March 28, 2024, Bravo released a quick teaser announcing the return of all six cast members of Season 14.

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While we still don't have a premiere date for RHONY Season 15, we do now know which housewives will be brunching in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Tribeca and booking first-class tickets to Anguilla. Here's the RHONY Season 15 cast:

The cast of The Real Housewives of New York City Season 15

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Sai De Silva

Influencer and professional hungry person, Sai De Silva will be returning for Season 15. After coming across as cold (and hungry) for most of Season 14, she had an emotional revelation at the reunion. Will her feud with Jessel continue? Will she be more vulnerable? Will the others finally serve enough food at their events to satiate her? We shall see.

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Ubah Hassan

Ubah Hassan certainly was the wild card of Season 14, and it seems unlikely that she'll change anytime soon. From having chaotic outbursts at the reunion to stealing coconut milk from a restaurant in the Hamptons, Ubah kept the cast and viewers guessing from start to finish. Not to mention, the model turned some of the season's best looks. Season 15 is sure to be Ubah Hot!

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Erin Lichy

From start to finish Erin Lichy on Season 14 was the physical manifestation of Scarlet Envy asking "Am I the drama?" Despite her FREQUENT claims that she was a thick-skinned New Yorker, she managed to take just about everything (including comments about caviar, her Hamptons house and the entire neighborhood of Tribeca) personally. Meanwhile, there was no bigger gossip on the cast than Erin. She's perfect Real Housewives casting, and I'm thrilled to have our villain back.

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Jenna Lyons

While it seemed obvious that the other five RHONY women would return if given the opportunity, former J. Crew exec, Jenna "F*cking" Lyons seemed to lowkey hate every second of her time on RHONY. After a Season 1 where she was hounded by her fellow housewives for flying first class, passing out too many branded gifts and providing confusing alibis for not attending events, it seemed likely she'd bow out. However, JFL is back for Season 15 (along with a whole new crop of deep v-necked tops).

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Jessel Taank

While Jessel Taank, the fashion PR guru who arrived in New York by way of the UK and Texas, started Season 14 as the villain, she somehow became the unlikely fan favorite. Her blissful obliviousness, her standing up to Sai and Erin and her lovely husband Pavit Randhawa certainly all helped. Now that Jessel is no longer "up and coming," it will be exciting to see what she get's up to with her "socially inept" children.

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Bravo

Brynn Whitfield

Much to the chagrin of Erin (and the delight of her husband), Season 14's resident flirt, Brynn Whitfield has returned. The confessional queen, forever party girl and fiancé collector will be back to sprinkle some pizzazz on Season 15. From her vulnerable backstory to her scrappy playfulness, Brynn endeared herself to fans immediately and will hopefully get into more antics (and chess matches) this year.

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