The Real Housewives of New York City is coming back for a third season of mischief and cat fighting on Bravo.
But will the cast remain intact?
Last season's new troublemaker, Kelly Bensimon, was the first to sign up for another go-around on the reality show, as sources told E! News" "She is considered the most hated woman in New York and will do anything to reverse that opinion."
Somewhere, Ruth Madoff can't believe she was overlooked for that honor.
The Real Annoying, Spoiled, Self-Serving Housewives of New York City are coming back to Bravo in early 2010.
Then there's the newly-engaged Bethenny Frankel, whose rep has also confirmed her return to the series that made her famous:
"Bethenny Frankel loves being part of the Bravo family, and if invited back, she will 100 percent RSVP for the Real Housewives party."
But the same can't be said for Jill Zarin and Ramona Singer. These two are reportedly holding out for a raise, as insiders say they see themselves as the actual stars of the show.
"Bravo put out that press release saying they're casting for new housewives because Jill and Ramona are playing hardball," said a source.
What do you think, readers? Should the show move on with Jill and Ramona? Or is this pair integral to its success?