Ramona Singer is set to release a podcast with her adult daughter, Avery, later this month, according to a Monday press release from PodcastOne, which DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.
The Real Housewives of New York City star, 66, — who is said to be back on RHONY: Legacy — teams up with her 27-year-old look-alike to tackle a variety of topics.
new husband project, Turtle timing with Ramona and Averyset to premiere April 26, brings the infamous “Singer Stinger” to the podcast scene.
“We are thrilled to welcome Ramona and Avery to PodcastOne,” said Kate Gray, President of PodcastOne. Their mother-daughter relationship is so enviable, audiences will be mesmerized by their podcast.
“Turtle Time is perfect for our platform, our fans and our advertisers, all of whom have made it clear that this is the kind of content they are looking for in podcasting.”
Get ready for pinot! Ramona Singer, 66, is set to release a podcast with her 27-year-old daughter, Avery, later this month, according to a press release Monday from PodcastOne.
Turtle time! The couple’s new project, Turtle Time with Ramona and Avery, is set to debut April 26, bringing the infamous ‘Singer Stinger’ to the podcast scene.
The title of the podcast is a direct reference to Ramona’s iconic line “turtle time” which became her catchphrase after she drunkenly recited the memorable term during the cast’s legendary trip to the Virgin Islands in season three of RHONY.
According to PodcastOne’s press release, the mother-daughter duo will “explore dating and relationships, lifestyle and wellness, finance and business, navigating reality TV and more while welcoming special guests along the way.”
Ramona and Avery are the latest in a long line of reality stars who have branched out into podcasting.
They follow in the footsteps of fellow Bravolebrities Melissa Gorga (on screen), Heather Dubrow (let’s talk), Teresa Giudice (Namaste B$tches), Lala Kent (Give Them a Lala), Brandi Glanville (no nomination), and many more.
Singer has been a fixture on RHONY for all of its thirteen seasons, staring as the show’s polarizing MVP from 2008 until its unofficial cancellation in 2021.
Avery has been by her mother’s side for most of that long, practically growing up in front of the cameras since she was 11 years old.
Their dynamic on RHONY was a humorous mix of Avery playing the quiet voice of reason to her mother’s dramatic antics.
She has since graduated from the University of Virginia where she studied economics and sociology, and the aspiring entrepreneur recently co-founded a luxury party planning concierge called BachBoss.
Hot Topics: According to PodcastOne’s press release, the mother-daughter duo will “explore dating and relationships, lifestyle and wellness, finance and business, navigating reality TV, and more while welcoming special guests along the way.”
Growing up on Bravo: Singer has been a staple of RHONY for all of its 13 seasons, staring as the show’s polarizing MVP from 2008 until its unofficial cancellation in 2021. Avery has been right by her mom’s side for much of that long, practically growing up In front of cameras since the age of 11
Reality TV Family: Avery’s father is Ramona’s ex-husband Mario Singer. The pair’s marriage of 22 years ended in 2014 after the reality star learned of his alleged affair.
Yin and Yang: Their dynamic on RHONY was a humorous mix of Avery playing the quiet voice of reason over her mother’s dramatic antics. The duo will reportedly bring this winning chemistry to their new podcast
Avery’s father is Ramona’s ex-husband, Mario Singer. The pair’s 22-year marriage ended in 2014 after the reality star learned of his alleged affair, but she may have a new mystery man in her life.
And Ramona’s new project with her daughter comes on the heels of RHONY getting a second chance at a reboot.
according to Page sixBravo is rumored to be retooling RHONY: Legacy to be more like the burgeoning Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip franchise.
The original plan was to bring back the MVPs from The Big Apple for a full season of the traditional Housewives drama, but now the strategy is to round up fan favorites for a short period of time.