The “Genuine Housewives of New York City” has another cast part.
Eboni K. Williams has been tapped to join the cherished Bravo unscripted TV drama as its first dark Housewife.
“NYC is loaded up with fruitful and dynamic Black ladies. I’m eager to join this amazing establishment as the main Black housewife,” Williams, 37, said in an announcement to Page Six. “Can hardly wait to share a cut of life in this city that hasn’t been seen previously. Any individual who’s mindful of my work realizes I don’t keep down. I will keep it similarly as genuine here as I do wherever else.”
She’ll be joining returning “Housewives” Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Leah McSweeney and Sonja Morgan. Williams as of now functions as the host and chief maker of “Revolt Black News.”
Before Williams’ recruiting, it was reputed that Bravo had given an apple to Bershan Shaw.
McSweeney, who affirmed she’ll be back for a subsequent season, recently supported for greater variety on the unscripted TV drama.
“I trust that there’s variety of race, however a much more profound variety of where somebody lives or what their inclinations are,” McSweeney let us know in August. “I trust that there’s simply greater variety all over the board on the grounds that New Yorkers are not a stone monument, clearly. I imagine that it is going to travel toward that path.”