Earlier today SiriusXM announced that Bethenny Frankel, TV personality, Skinnygirl Founder & CEO, best-selling author and star of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York, will host a new limited-run radio show exclusively on Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM channel Radio Andy.
Called “B Real with Bethenny,” the show will launch on May 2nd and will feature Frankel sharing her unfiltered and uncensored point of view about everything from dating, sex, parenting, food, diet, beauty, business and more.
In this two-hour weekly program, Frankel will be joined by a variety of interesting and notable people ranging from celebrities to experts, while taking calls from listeners to rant (or rave) about various topics.
“I love Andy and I am excited to be joining his radio family on SiriusXM,” said Bethenny Frankel. “I can’t wait to connect in a new way with my fans. I say what is on my mind, so this will be an exciting platform to vent, rant and express myself. Tune-in — you never know what will come out of my mouth and what trouble me and my guests could get into!”
“Bethenny is a self-described unfiltered know-it-all, which makes her a perfect fit for Radio Andy,” said Cohen. “Thankfully there are no censors at SiriusXM!”
“Bethenny Frankel was one of the first “break-out” stars of Bravo’s hit reality series, The Real Housewives of New York, because of her sharp tongue and outspoken personality, so it’s not surprising that Andy Cohen wants Bethenny to host a show on Radio Andy on SiriusXM,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “Our uncensored and unscripted platform will offer Bethenny the opportunity to have real, unrestricted conversations live on the air every week.”
B Real with Bethenny premieres Monday, May 2, at 1 PM ET, and then will air weekly on Wednesdays, at 10 AM ET on Radio Andy channel 102, and through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.
Created and curated by Andy Cohen, the Radio Andy channel includes shows hosted by Andy Cohen, Sandra Bernhard, Bevy Smith, John Benjamin Hickey, Nigel Barker and more.