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Did 'The Real Housewives of New York City' go on strike?

Sonja Morgan (L) and Ramona Singer (R) of

Sonja Morgan (L) and Ramona Singer (R) of "The Real Housewives of New York City." (Getty) Photo Credit: Sonja Morgan (L) and Ramona Singer (R) of "The Real Housewives of New York City." (Getty)

It's the old versus the new in "Real Housewives" territory.

According to a report from the Huffington Post, a war has been brewing between veteran castmates Ramona Singer, far right, Sonja Morgan, right, and LuAnn De Lesseps and the ladies who joined the cast of the upcoming season.

"LuAnn, Sonja and Ramona refused to shoot any scenes at Fashion Week in February, complaining that production was dragging on well past the date that was agreed upon, so they went on strike," an original cast member said.

"Ultimately, they did return to tape a final few scenes, but it's not fair that they should have to give up their time, with no extra pay, just so the slower new girls can learn how to tape a TV show."

A Bravo insider said the women are only hurting themselves, since "it means the new girls will get extra airtime."


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