The Real Housewife of New Jersey’s return to the Big Apple has brought renewed interest to a series that’s been on the sidelines for more than a decade.
The Bachelorette, which debuted in 2004 and aired on Bravo for six seasons, was canceled after one season in 2013 and has since been revived on Bravo.
Now, “The Real World” star, Danielle Brooks, has come out and said that she would like to be part of the reunion show.
“I would like a chance to sit down and watch the whole season,” Brooks told “Good Morning America.”
“I’m not saying that’s going to happen because I would love to be there, but it’s a possibility.”
“The Bachelor” star Danielle Brooks and her boyfriend, Josh Calkins, watch the season premiere of “The Bachelorettes” on Sept. 24, 2018, in Los Angeles.
Brooks is not the only one who’s looking forward to the return of “Real Housewives” after the series was canceled.
“The real-life version of ‘The Bitchin’ and the Bitch’ is back!” tweeted “Bacheloretts” star Mariah Carey, who is currently filming the second season of the reality competition show.