Andy Cohen trolled Jill Zarin for her thirsty attempts to get back into the “Housewives” universe.
“Taylor Armstrong is returning to Bravo on ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County,’” he said on Monday night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live.”
“She actually lives in Orange County. This makes her the first Housewife to move from one city to another,” Cohen added, referencing the fact that she previously appeared on the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
“In unrelated news,” he continued, “Jill Zarin is closing on new homes in Potomac, New Jersey, Beverly Hills, Orange County, Atlanta, Miami, Dubai and Salt Lake City.”
“Just kidding! I love you Jill,” Cohen added.
The OG “Real Housewives of New York” star, 58, who appeared on the first four seasons of the show, hasn’t been shy about her desire to return to the franchise.
Zarin returned to Bravo for the first time in 10 years during the “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club” spinoff.
She has also expressed a very clear desire to be cast in the upcoming “RHONY” legacy series.
When Bravo posted its announcement of Season 14 to Instagram in March, the reality star commented, “@bravoandy 📞,” tagging the executive producer.
Zarin later revealed she hadn’t heard from anyone at Bravo.
“No I haven’t heard from anybody,” Zarin told TMZ in May.
When asked if she found it “disrespectful” that she hadn’t heard from production, Zarin theorized that nobody had received a call yet.
“Now if everybody’s been called and I wasn’t, then of course I’d be a little hurt, but no, no one’s been called,” she said.
The network announced in March that it would be recasting “RHONY,” as well as creating a reboot that will feature fan favorite alums.
“I only want to do things that are successful,” Zarin told Page Six in April.
“I did the [original] show, it was very successful, and it hasn’t been lately. I want to be on something that’s going to work and make sense.”