It’s the reunion that never happened.
The cast of Real Housewives of New York City never got together to wrap up their season after the network kept pushing back the date — and now we know why.
Williams, 38, reportedly filed a formal complaint, accusing her co-star, 64, of making a comment that she believed was racially charged — although it is unclear what exactly the comment was.
One source told the outlet that the network felt too much time had passed since the end of Season 13, which didn’t do well in the first place. “It was already a low-rated season so there were concerns about who would tune in 3 months later,” the source explained.
The relationship between Williams and Singer was already complicated before the investigation, as they previously admitted to being on different pages concerning “basic principles of humanity,” which may have had something to do with Williams’ complaint.
While Singer was cleared after the investigation, it was reportedly revealed that Williams wasn’t the first person to take with Singer regarding the same topic, which is why the TV personality felt it was important to speak up and file the complaint.
The outlet also reported that Williams — who was previously adamant that the reunion was going to happen — was bitter about the special getting cancelled.
In August, Williams insisted the reunion was still on the table, saying “I was told a time. I was told that we’re having a reunion. I was told what to wear to said reunion,” although the investigation clearly threw a wrench into those plans.