Cameras recently caught former Real Housewives of New York City star Jill Zarin filming for the new season of the show with Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan, and Ramona Singer. The ladies attended the Angel Ball in New York City with a Bravo camera crew, and Zarin was “filming with the girls” and taking direction from the crew.
Zarin has said in the past that she would love to return to RHONY in a part-time role. Since her life has changed so much, Zarin thinks it would be interesting for fans to see what her life is like without Bobby – her husband who passed away earlier this year.
She says her husband was her rock, but now she is dating again, working, and spending time with her girlfriends, and she thinks fans would like to see that. Recently, Zarin started dating a new man, Gary Brody, and sources told AllThingsRH.com that the couple is happy together and “everyone loves him for Jill.”
RHONY fans love Zarin, and she has remained a favorite over the years. She did make a few appearances in Season 9 and Season 10, and when a fan asked Andy Cohen last week if Zarin would come back, he said The Housewives are equivalent to the mafia.
“I always say, The Housewives is like the mob. You can never get out of the family. You will always be identified as a Real Housewife after this,” Cohen said during the Tribeca TV Festival’s Tribeca Talks: Ten Years with The Real Housewives of New York City event.
Cohen said he was glad to see Zarin and Bethenny Frankel have a good moment earlier this year, and he was happy it happened in front of a camera. And, as for Zarin this season, Cohen said, “never say never,” and he thinks it would be cool.
Morgan also said that she was happy about Frankel and Zarin’s reunion at Bobby’s funeral, and she would be up for Zarin returning to the show. Medley added that she would be excited to watch Zarin again on RHONY.
Tinsley Mortimer added that she doesn’t know Zarin well, but she might be getting to know her a lot better soon because Jill Zarin has been asking her to play tennis.
New episodes of the Real Housewives of New York City will return to Bravo in Spring 2019.