Tamra Judge Says She Would Join the Real Housewives of New York City : They 'Need a Shakeup'
Tamra Judge may not be ready to leave the Real Housewives franchise behind.
The 52-year-old judge recently appeared on the "Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef" podcast, revealing the franchise she plans to join after leaving the Real Housewives of Orange County earlier this year.
"I think I want to go to the [Real Housewives of New York City]," she said. "Because Leah [McSweeney] is here now and I feel like we could have a lot of fun. I told her, 'I'm obsessed with you.'
The RHONY line-up also includes long-standing housewives Ramona Singer, Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley.
"N.Y.C. needs a move, so I stopped looking and I was so happy when they brought Leah in," she said. "I think it needs a little change in the line-up, it's time."
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The judge announced that she would leave RHOC after 12 seasons in January. She has been in the long-serving Bravo franchise since its third season in 2007, making it the longest-running full-time cast member in the history of housewives.
"It was a wild ride and after all these years I look forward to living away from the cameras," Judge told PEOPLE. "I was given the opportunity to return to the show in a limited role, but I would prefer to go on my own terms."
After announcing her departure, Judge announced that she was offered $ 200,000 for three episodes before she stopped - but she declined the offer.
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