Ramona Singer and Eboni K. Williams may be at odds on recent episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City, but according to a new report, they just grabbed dinner and drinks with one another off-screen as an insider shares where the ladies stand today.
Following racial and political tensions between the two women on the show, Ramona, 64, and Eboni, 37, met up with one another for dinner and drinks and seemingly shut down reports regarding Ramona’s alleged reunion concerns.
Ramona and Eboni were spotted “sharing conversation, cocktails, dinner and lots of laughs” at Avra Madison on July 27, a source revealed to Page Six on August 3.
“The drama or so-called rift is in a much better place,” the insider added.
The ladies’ outing last week comes on the heels of a report from TMZ in which it was noted that Ramona was concerned Eboni would paint her as a racist at the upcoming taping for the season 13 reunion.
As RHONY fans well know, Ramona and Eboni have butted heads throughout season 13, initially battling it out after Ramona referred to her staff as “the help” and later feuding over whether or not they should be discussing politics.
During one particular episode, Eboni attempted to have a political conversation with Ramona. However, Ramona made it clear that she wasn’t comfortable with the idea and accused her castmate of being “preachy,” which Eboni embraced.
“I wear that as a badge of honor,” Eboni declared on Watch What Happens Live.
In addition to Ramona and Eboni appearing to be in a better place, the ratings on the 13th season of RHONY, which reached an all-time low in July, seem to be headed in the right direction as well. And, according to a source close to production, the series made it into Nielsen’s top 20 cable reality series.
Page Six also noted that RHONY nabbed the 43rd spot on IMDB’s list of the most popular reality shows, which also includes Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, Deadliest Catch, and Bar Rescue.
The Real Housewives of New York City season 13 airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.