Sonia Kruger sparks rumours she is set to join the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney
She is one of the most glamorous celebrities on the Sydney social scene.
And TV host Sonia Kruger is the latest star to spark rumours she’s planning on joining the cast of the Real Housewives of Sydney.
The 57-year-old is said to have caught the eye of Bravo boss Andy Cohen while he was in Australia for WorldPride last month.
Cohen is the executive producer of all ten Real Housewives franchises, while the Australian version is produced by Matchbox Entertainment and is aired on Foxtel.
The Watch What Happens Live! host appeared to bond with The Voice and Dancing With The Stars beauty while they were at an event to launch Channel Seven’s new channel 7Bravo, according to Woman’s Day.
TV host Sonia Kruger is the latest star to spark rumours she’s planning on joining the cast of the Real Housewives of Sydney
Sonia was the only Aussie celebrity to feature in Andy’s Instagram stories while he was in town.
The blonde beauty lives in a $6.5m mansion in the exclusive suburb of Mosman with her husband Craig Ferguson and their daughter Maggie, eight.
It comes after Roxy Jacenko addressed rumours she was joining the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney.
The PR queen, 42, shut down the speculation year following reports Foxtel plans to revive the series with a new cast.
Roxy, who is an ambassador for Nine’s streaming service Stan, said she wouldn’t dare join a ‘rival network’.
The 57-year-old caught the eye of Bravo boss Andy Cohen while he was in Australia for WorldPride last month
‘No! Okay, so apparently I’m in Housewives,’ she told Daily Mail Australia at Stan’s blue carpet premiere for Poker Face.
‘Someone from Stan called me and were like, “Are you doing Housewives?” I’m like, “Well, given it’s on a rival network, no, I am not.”‘
‘And number two, I don’t even know who started that [rumour]. But no. Apparently I am, but not that I’ve heard,’ she added.
‘But hey, you’re keeping me relevant. I’m good with that.’
It comes after Roxy Jacenko addressed rumours she was joining the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney
The Real Housewives of Sydney first aired on Foxtel in 2017, but it never made it to air in the U.S. after network executives at Bravo deemed it too extreme
The Stan ambassador posed on the blue carpet at the premiere of Poker Face on Tuesday night
Rumours swirled last month that Foxtel was secretly working on a new season of The Real Housewives of Sydney.
A source told Daily Mail Australia that producers were keen to find a ‘more likeable cast’ than the polarising personalities from the first season.
‘They’re really looking for housewives who have genuine connections or pre-existing beef with one another,’ they added.
Roxy confirmed in 2017 she had turned down the Sydney instalment, and later remarked that the cast were too ‘mean’ to each other.
When contacted by Daily Mail Australia for comment at the time, she laughed off the rumours but admitted it would be ‘good TV’.
The Real Housewives of Sydney first aired on Foxtel in 2017, but it never made it to air in the U.S. after network executives at Bravo deemed it too extreme.
Roxy confirmed in 2017 that she had turned down the Sydney instalment, and later commented that the cast were too ‘mean’ to each other
Roxy ensured all eyes were on her as she flashed the flesh in a stunning Rick Owens dress at the Sydney premiere of Stan’s Poker Face on Tuesday.
She flaunted her ample chest and toned pins as she posed for photographers in black heels while holding onto a black clutch.
The Sweaty Betty PR founder wore her blonde tresses in an elegant up-style while finishing her look with dazzling diamond jewellery.
Poker Face premieres November 22 only on Stan.
Roxy looked nothing short of sensational in a $1,400 dress by Rick Owens