‘RHONY’: What Are ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’ Season 12 Taglines?

A new season of The Real Housewives of New York City is upon us. With season 12 of the show premiering soon, Bravo has revealed the taglines that the ladies will say in the opening sequence. The majority of the cast remains unchanged with the exception of Bethenny Frankel that exited the franchise ahead of filming. Leah McSweeney is the new girl in town and her tagline is reminiscent of the Skinnygirl.

The cast of 'RHONY' season 12
The cast of ‘RHONY’ season 12 | Sophy Holland/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

What are the ‘RHONY’ Season 12 taglines?

The new taglines for RHONY give fans a brief overview of their story arc for the season and insight into what we’re all in for.

Dorinda Medley: “I’m not always right, but I’m never wrong.”

Sonja Morgan: “I’m no one’s accessory, I’m the whole lifestyle brand.”

Ramona Singer: “I don’t need to find love, I love myself.”

Leah McSweeney: “I may flow like a butterfly, but I sting like a b****.”

Tinsley Mortimer: “Life isn’t a fairytale, but I’m hoping mine is the exception.”

Luann de Lesseps: “Raise the curtain, lower the lights, I’m taking center stage in my life.”

The final shot with the ladies holding their golden apple also saw some changes. On the left side, it was Mortimer and Singer, while the ride side had Lesseps and McSweeney. In the middle were Medley and Morgan who had not been at the center since season 5 and 6. In season 9 she was close to the middle, but there was an odd number of girls and Frankel was the absolute center that season.

Bravo won’t release ‘RHONY’ early

With the U.S. facing a health crisis, the major part of the country has been isolating to detain the spread of the coronavirus. Many movie studios had been releasing their films early and fans tried to start a movement to release season 12 of RHONY ahead of its official start date. However, Andy Cohen explained why it wasn’t possible despite fans’ desperate pleas.

“The issue is there’s only a certain amount of episodes totally color-corrected and locked right now, for both of those shows,” Cohen said on the SiriusXM show Reality Checked with Amy Phillips. “I think for RHONY there’s like, eight or nine done and for RHOBH, there’s like, five done. Something like that.”

Cohen also mentioned that releasing RHONY early was set on the table but ultimately it wasn’t possible.

“If we released all those now, we would wind up screwing ourselves in the end, so that’s the issue,” Cohen continued. “The truth of the matter is, if this [coronavirus crisis] is going to go on for a while, just think of how much more we’re going to be ready for RHONY when it premieres! I just think we need to be focused.”

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Andy Cohen has COVID-19

The Housewives world was shaken when Cohen announced he had tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus. In a statement on his Instagram account, the Bravo host said he was scrapping plans to shoot his late-night show from his home.

“After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus,” Cohen posted on Instagram. “As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better.”

Singer, from RHONY, was scheduled to appear on his first show from “At Home,” but that will have to wait for now.

The Real Housewives of New York City will premiere on April 2 at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.