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Carole Radziwill Explains Why Entering a Room First Matters on RHONY

We can always rely on Carole Radziwill for a punchy and informative blog after an episode of The Real Housewives of New York. This week, she took a cue from LuAnn de Lesseps and Heather Thomson’s discussion on Season 5, Episode 8: “Blinded by the Wine” about being tall, and parlayed that into a lesson on why entering a room first matters on reality shows.

As we saw on Season 5, Episode 6: "I'm UK, You're UK", Sonja Morgan started to take issue with LuAnn for always trying to enter a room first. Since Sonja is shorter, she thinks that she should be given room to enter first once in a while, since tall girls like LuAnn already get all the attention.

“Here’s the issue about who enters which room when matters in television,” Carole writes on her BravoTV blog, “and why Sonja has a valid reason to be upset. The show only uses one entrance so it's always best to be the one who walks in first. It makes it appear as though it's your scene.” We can see this, especially when LuAnn entered the London restaurant first in Episode 6.

Carole continues, “You get to address the maitre d' or say ‘hello’ to the shopkeeper, it’s an old soap opera trick. Watch me shove my way to the front in future episodes.”

Considering how dry and sarcastic Carole’s full blog is this week, we think she’s kidding about the shoving part. But you never know — it is Real Housewives, after all!

The Real Housewives of New York airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

Source: BravoTV

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