This Real Housewife may be starting a real-life fight.
The Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer tells E! News that there is "no truth" to reports that the Bravo hit's new-season premiere was pushed back because it was boring and needed major retooling. She also says this season's better without her real-life pal and former castmate, Bethenny Frankel.
Do tell, Ramona...
"No truth to it," she says of the reports the show is being overhauled due to a lack of drama.
"How could it be boring? Am I boring? I could never be. It really is everyone's scheduling. Everyone has different schedules and things going on and we are working on it."
Singer, speaking to us today at Lincoln Center during New York's Fashion Week, goes on to suggest that the upcoming edition is "the best one yet."
"Oh my gosh, this is the best season ever, because there's no evil drama," Singer says. "People ask will the show be good without Bethenny on it, but I think the show will be better because she made it too dark. She and [BFF-turned-nemesis] Jill [Zarin] made it too dark with the fighting."
Singer says she knows there has to be some drama to keep viewers interested, and it's certainly not all lollipops and satchels of gold among the current castmembers—it's just a different, softer dynamic.
"I'm not saying there's not going to be fighting, but we make up at the end of the day. We all get along, but at the end of the day we can all drink Ramona Pinot Grigio together."
And Singer promises it's going to air.
"I'm telling you, I know, I filmed it," she says. "This is the best season yet. We're in Morocco and it's better than Sex and the City."
If you say so, Ramona...Let's just hope that's not the pinot talking.