'RHONY': What Prediction Did Michael Rapaport Make About Bethenny Frankel?

Comedian and Bravo superfan Michael Rapaport joined Andy Cohen in the Clubhouse and made a prediction about Bethenny Frankel from The Real Housewives of New York City.

Rapaport discussed Frankel’s departure on the Watch What Happens with Andy Cohen After Show. He shared his thoughts on the overall impact her absence will have on the show, but he also made a specific prediction about her journey on RHONY.

Fans know that Frankel is a serious favorite for Rapaport. In 2018, he tweeted, “Bethenny is still the greatest Housewife, because good,bad or indifferent she always keeps it Real. It’s called the “Real Housewives” It’s not called the friendliest,happiest or always chipper Housewives. #RHONY@Bethenny@Andy@BravoWWHL#Bethenny BTW, how’s my spelling?”

Will the show still be good?

A fan wanted to know his thoughts on “his girl” leaving the show. “It’s like a death in the family,” he said grimacing. Cohen is seen laughing, along with the audience. “It’s brutal,” he added looking extremely unhappy.

But, “I have no doubt in my mind the girls are going to continue to make The Real Housewives of New York glorious … uh crazy. Fun and fantastic. But, Bethenny, as a fan, we’re going to miss her.” When Rapaport appeared on WWHL in June he was asked who could be replaced on the RHONY cast. “Man I don’t know who, that’s a tough replacement,” he said. “And there’s nothing. You can’t touch anything with that New York cast. That is a finely, finely tuned machine that is revving on all cylinders.”

After Frankel announced her departure, Cohen too seemed stunned. He made a statement on his Sirius XM show, he had an “overwhelming feeling about Bethenny leaving New York, and I told her this … that I am so grateful that she came back.”

Both Cohen and Rapaport had this prediction

But on a later show, Cohen wondered if this was truly the end. “She already left is what we need to remember,” he said, Bravo’s The Daily Dish reports. “We were so lucky to have these last seasons with her on them. It was so fun to have her back, and she brought so much to the show that I just am living in the gratitude of her second return. And I will hopefully live in the gratitude of her third return because we are much like the mob. You can’t get out. I do hope and think that she will come back some time… Who knows?”

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I wanted to take a moment to write a personal note to you. I am so grateful to you for sticking with me through everything. You started this journey with me in my tiny apartment in my late 30s, wondering what would happen to me. I was broke, single, had no family and no idea what the future held. I had big dreams and I never stopped, but I honestly didn’t know if I would ever get here. You helped me to get here. I would read your letters and messages and grow from your struggles. You would give me your honest opinion about my products and projects and helpful advice about divorce, relationships, motherhood, miscarriages, health, and surviving the death of a loved one and almost my own. You have shared your ideas with me and I have been inspired by and learned from you. I am fortunate to have created a business and career that some people only dream of. I had a beautiful baby girl who is now 9 years old, and she has changed me as a human being. I was able to give back and help people all over the world who have been hit with the worst of unforeseen circumstances, which we will all continue together. GO for it. Whatever it is. Reach for your dreams in life and love and make the impossible happen, because it can happen and it WILL happen. Come from a place of yes and it’s yours for the taking. Thank you so much for your love and support. And stay tuned, you haven’t seen the last of me. There are many amazing things to come. I love you all and am so lucky to have you in my life! PS: New York City is still my playground. . ♥️xo♥️ . B

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Rapaport made a specific prediction during the After Show. “My prediction, I’ll say it right here, is that at some point, two seasons, she’ll be back,” he says. “I can’t wait for the women to come back but it is like a death in the family.

Frankel responded to Cohen’s comment about her possible return someday. “You know, I love Andy,” she told ET. “I love Bravo. They took out an ad yesterday to congratulate me on everything BStrong is doing, so it’s great to have good relationships and I will always be a member of the Bravo family.”

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