Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence has made no secret of the fact that she is a Bravo superfan, especially when it comes to the Real Housewives franchise. During a recent appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she shared just how shocked she was finding out about the split between LuAnn de Lesseps and Tom D’Agostino.
“I was horrified and shocked. My stomach dropped because I realized that I had just seen the reunion, which means they aren’t filming,” said Lawrence. “And so, I texted Andy [Cohen] and I was like, ‘Get a camera in Ramona [Singer]’s face right now.’ And I also told him to show the moment in the Berkshires where Bethenny [Frankel] is crying and goes, ‘I just don’t think your guy is a good guy.’ Anyway, it’s hard to explain the ways of producing if you’re not a producer.”
Jennifer Lawrence, 27, went on to say that she is really passionate about the show and she sees herself as “kind of a producer.” She also likes to give Cohen a lot of advice.
She said she watches nearly every version of the Real Housewives, and she and her friends even have a drinking game for Beverly Hills. Every time Lisa Rinna calls her husband by his full name, Harry Hamlin, it’s time to take a drink. Andy Cohen should be so proud!
The Hunger Games star wasn’t the only one surprised by the split between de Lesseps and D’Agostino. One of LuAnn’s bridesmaids and RHONY co-stars Dorinda Medley said that she was “stunned” by the announcement that her friend’s marriage had ended so quickly. Medley made it clear that she is supportive of her friend and she feels bad about what happened.
The marriage reportedly failed due to allegations of cheating against D’Agostino. During a recent Watch What Happens Live! special, de Lesseps said she had blinders on, but “all of a sudden they came off.”
Now, their seven-month marriage and subsequent divorce has taken another dramatic turn. Only five weeks after announcing their split, D’Agostino has moved on in quite the hurtful way.
He is reportedly engaged to Anna Rothschild, a former friend turned “worst enemy” of de Lesseps.