To put the real in The Real Housewife.
Eboni K. Williams certainly caused a sensation The real housewives of New York during the Season 13 premiere in May.
Like RHONYThe first black housewife, the former political commentator did not hesitate to engage in complex and important conversations about race and white privilege with the other women (who are all white, in addition to “the friend of” Bershan shaw). And Bravo couldn’t be happier.
Bravo invited Eboni K. Williams as the first black woman to join the cast of The real housewives of New York being authentic herself, which brought a new perspective to the show, “the channel told E! News in a statement.” We stand behind Eboni in expressing her views, and we are proud that the show addresses these important and relevant questions. . “
Now Eboni reflects on the first half of her first season and how she’s stuck with herself throughout the process, as well as what remains to be done for Season 13. Read on for our Exclusive Q&A with Eboni.
E! NEWS: How it feels to watch you on RHONY?
EKW: Although I’ve been on TV for almost 10 years now as a news anchor, I’ve never seen my day-to-day experience this way. It opened my eyes, it was sometimes very difficult. And then there were times like [this week’s] episode where I communicated with my grandmother to this very beautiful scene of the session which was extremely beautiful and I would not trade for anything in the world.