Frankel said she did not want to be on “Real Housewives” at first, but she ended up profiting off of it. When Bethenny Frankel signed on to do “The Real Housewives of New York,” she accepted a contract for less than what she had in the bank, she said on an episode of Business Insider’s podcast “This Is Success” (formerly “Success! How I Did It”). Frankel, now the CEO of Skinnygirl, wanted to be a natural-food chef, she said, and fought for a chance to be on Martha Stewart’s season of “The Apprentice” in 2005.
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