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Bethenny Frankel first captured America's attention when she appeared on Martha Stewart's version of The Apprentice in 2005. Since then, the chef went on to star in two seasons of The Real Housewives of New York, before landing her own show, Bethenny Getting Married.
Her new show, Bethenny Ever After, premieres on Bravo on Feb. 28, but that's not even close to being enough for the over-achiever. The new mom is hoping to land a steady gig as the next big daytime TV host.
"I would like a daytime talk show because my conversation with my fans right now is through social networking, and my TV show communicates what I'm doing, but it isn't really a dialogue or a conversation," she told PopEater.
Also a best-selling author for her Skinny Girls book series, Frankel seems to have plenty of confidence that she can make her wish a reality. "Most of my business wishes come true," the 40-year-old said.
But, before she lands in our living rooms to dish the issues a la Oprah, Frankel gives an inside look at what we can expect from Bethenny Ever After. The show will focus on the relationship between her and her husband, Jason Hoppy, and how they've adjusted to life as parents to their daughter, Bryn, 9 months.
"It's about the texture of marriage and bringing together Venus and Mars, which is what my husband and I are. We're from two different planets," she admits. "And he's religious, and I practice yoga. He wants to be around his parents all the time, and I like to be alone and just a lot of crazy things. It's really probably the only real reality show. It's a reality sitcom."
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