Is Yolanda Foster planning to move to the Big Apple to join the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City? According to a new report, it is possible.
Earlier this week, a source revealed that contracts for season nine have already been sent out and as usual, Bethenny Frankel is leading the pack with the highest salary. As for the rest of the cast, Wainstein is out and Bravo is on the hunt for a new addition.
"We hear that Bravo’s searching for new blood for the show — and even tinkering with transplanting a cast member from the more highly rated 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' into NYC for the Big Apple version’s ninth season," Page Six revealed to readers on Saturday.
Although the outlet didn't mention Foster by name, her potential role on the series has been circulating the web for weeks.
“There is the usual back-stabbing, claw-digging and nastiness,” since all the women want to make as much as Frankel, “who’s been deemed reliable reality TV . . . She is controlled chaos,” the outlet continued.
While Frankel was reportedly poised to make a whopping $1.5 million for the new season, an insider claimed the figure was "very low" based on her previous deals. Meanwhile, it seemed to be a bit high considering her co-stars allegedly make around $400,000.
“They just can’t pay everyone $1 million — they can’t afford that,” the source said. Plus, “It’s four days a week for six months of drinking, going to parties and bitching.”