The formerReal Housewives of New York star appeared on Milwaukee’sThe Morning Blend to chat about her next move, and according to her, the phones “haven’t stopped ringing” from competitor networks since the news that her one-on-one with Andy Cohen brought in huge numbers.
“The ratings were unbelievable. I did not expect this… I was just happy if we did as well [as the previous week’s show] because it’s usually two on one with games and all that. Not only did I beat it. I doubled it. There was a huge press release from NBC Bravo. 1.3 million people tuned in. We beat Chelsea Handler by double or something, I don’t understand ratings, but you know what, it said to me ‘You need to be back on television,’” she explained.
“And now all these networks want to talk to me. I’m going to LA to have meetings, people want to put me on their networks because they see that I can bring ratings, and Bravo proved it for them. They did the work. They showed them on the ratings poll so we’ll see,” said Jill.
According to Jill, her family is currently a little hesitant to see her sign on for another show, so she’s just looking for the right opportunity to come along at this point.
As for Bravo and RHONY, Jill said they’ve been “eating their words” and that “they made a mistake” letting her go in the first place.
Buzz over whether the network now wants her back for Season 6 has beenback andforth, but it’s clear Jill’s no longer putting all of her eggs in the RHONY basket.