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article imageNY 'Real Housewives' receive pay increase from network

By Owen Weldon     May 12, 2013 in Entertainment
The cast members of "Real Housewives of New York" have signed a contract with Bravo, and they will receive modest pay increases as well as budgets for makeup and hair.
According to UPI, The Housewives, Ramona Singer, Carole Radziwill, Heather Thomson, LuAnn de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan and Aviva Drescher were having a dispute with Bravo over their contracts, and as a result production was held up on the latest season of the show.
According to Starcasm, Carole took to Twitter recently to vent about the process, before she agreed to sign the new contract. She Tweeted that she has not made the decision as to whether or not she would sign on for another season. She then went onto say that when she was an associate producer at ABC, she was paid more, and that was back in the 90s.
Carole also responded to a fan who thought it was silly for the women to complain about getting a $100,000 an episode. Carole Tweeted the fan back and said that she didn't get paid close to that amount, and that companies would let fans believe it.
According to Deadline, an insider said that the housewives did not want a major raise, as they just wanted to get paid enough to cover their expenses for being on the show.
Filming for the show will now continued as planned.
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