Meet the New Cast of “the Real Housewives of New York City”
The Real Housewives of New York City is returning for an all-new season on Bravo, which will feature an entirely new cast. The show will return to the social circles of New York City’s iconic Big Apple.
When the new Real Ladies of New York City housewives walked out onto the stage and stunned fans in attendance at BravoCon 2022 on Sunday, the news of the brand new cast initially broke during a live recording of Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen. The taping took place at BravoCon 2022.
Bravo is giving fans an introduction to all of the new faces and the industries of fashion, real estate, entertainment, and philanthropy in which they operate in advance of the upcoming season of the show, which will feature an entirely new cast of Housewives whom fans will be seeing for the first time.
In reference to the new members of the cast, Cohen shared the following with ET: “We were looking for a bunch of pals who truly had a connection to one another. Women who work in interesting jobs can be found all around town in places like Brooklyn and Tribeca. All kinds of really amazing occupations, including fashion, public relations, modelling, and influencer work. Their enthusiasm and sense of humour are both fantastic.”
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Ubah Hassan, a Somalian model and philanthropist, went to Seattle when she was a toddler after her family immigrated to the United States. Later, she travelled to Canada, where she was noticed by a photographer in a park and quickly signed to a modelling agency. After some time, she relocated to New York City, where she now considers to be her permanent residence. She continued her career as a model while also starting her own business, Ubah Spicy, a company that specialises in hot sauces and which she has built from the bottom up.
Erin Dana Lichy
Erin Dana Lichy is described as “a humorous, confident, and frank New Yorker” in Bravo’s introduction of her. She was born in Israel and reared in Manhattan as one of five children in a close-knit Israeli family. At the age of 19, she launched her career in real estate, and today, she has her own company, Homegirl, which specialises in home remodelling and design. Abraham Lichy, an attorney and the proprietor of Lichy Law, is her husband. She is also an attorney. In their home in Tribeca, the couple raises their three children together.
LoveSeen is a brand of beauty and cosmetics that was started by Jenna Lyons, who also serves as the company’s CEO. She formerly held the positions of president and executive creative director at J.Crew Group and is acknowledged with playing a significant role in the company’s meteoric climb to prominence and cultural significance. Lyons and her son Beckett currently call New York City home.
Lizzy Savetsky is a plastic surgeon who was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. After attending college in New York City, she decided to stay there permanently with her family, which includes her husband, Ira Savetsky, also a plastic surgeon, and their three children. Savetsky is a digital influencer and activist, according to Bravo. Savetsky “uses her platform to express her style, educate others on her deeply-rooted values, and hosts the Instagram programme ‘Bashert,’ where she is setting out to assist Jewish singles find love,” says Bravo.
Jessel Taank, who is of British and Indian origin, tied the knot with the banker Pavit Randhawa in 2014, and the couple now has twin sons. Jessel Taank is of British and Indian descent. Taank has been lauded by Bravo as a “outgoing and unrestrained fashion publicist and brand adviser, recognised for thinking beyond the box.”
Brynn Whitfield is originally from a rural community in the Midwest, where, according to the statement made by Bravo, she “was raised by her grandmother who taught her invaluable lessons about navigating life, owning her narrative as a bi-racial woman, and the true meaning of hard work.” Whitfield is an expert in brand marketing and communications who also has a passion for interior design, the fashion industry, and throwing dinner parties in her apartment in the West Village.