Does Bethenny Have To Pay Celebrities Up To $10,000 To Be On Her Show?

Posted on November 2nd, 2013 at 2:52 pm
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Naughty But Nice Rob Shutter was being very naughty when he alleged that Bethenny has to pay reality stars big money just to be on her show.

He bashed the former Real Housewives of New York star by writing, “Bethenny Frankel, who has been having terrible trouble booking stars on her troubled talk show, has now decided that better than admit failure – she needs to pay reality stars $10,000 to sit next to her or chat with non-celebrities.”

As an example, he used The Apprentice’s Omarosa.

Well if Rob or any of his Gossip Table colleagues watched Bethenny, they would know that Omarosa is getting 10K because of a bet.

The clip is below: You will see that Omarosa called Bethenny out for bad mouthing her on The View. Omarosa said the Skinnygirl diminished what Omarosa is doing by saying they are different because, “I have a real career” on The View.

Bethenny denied ever saying that and told Omarosa if it’s true she would pay her $10,000. When producers brought her a cellphone showing her direct quote from the show — she realized she was wrong, and admitted, “I owe you $10,000.”

Omarosa, who is a minister now, says she will use the money to help people on LA’s Skid Row.

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    • http://www.momsthoughts.com/ MomsThoughts

      I do believe Rob Shutter (“reporter” ) has paid reality celebs for stories… I don’t think he should be spreading (untrue) stories like this. :(

    • Michael

      Of course $10,000 is a stretch, but Alex McCord and Jill Zarin did turn down Bethenny’s offer to appear on her show because they though the amount her show offered for an appearance was ridiculous. I always thought people went on talk shows for free just so they could promote what ever they were trying to market at the time.

    • cutie pie

      Rob has attended man functions paid for by bravo and is chums with many of these reality players…he reports on what he’s told to report on…not good tea.