Meet the new RHONY cast! Bravo announced the seven women joining the relaunch on Sunday, October 16 during Day 3 of BravoCon 2022. Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Dana Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Lizzy Savetsky, Jessel Thank, Brynn Whitfield.
Bravo provided each cast member’s bio.
New York-born Afro-Latina Sai De Silva. She’s the creative director of Scout the City, which started as a passion project blog. Scout the City highlights Sai’s elegant parenting adventures from her Brooklyn home with her husband David Craig and children London and Rio.
Model and philanthropist Ubah Hassan lives in New York. Ubah went to Kenya with her dad and brother as a child but later migrated to Canada, where a photographer discovered her and signed her to a modeling agency. Ubah also founded UBAHHOT, a hot sauce firm.
Erin Dana Lichy is a humorous, confident, and frank New Yorker from an Israeli background. Erin, a go-getter, became a real estate agent at 19 and owns Homegirl. Erin’s husband owns Lichy Law. The Tribeca-based couple has three kids. Erin is social and loves having fun.
Jenna Lyons was President and Executive Creative Director of J.Crew Group, where she led the company’s rise from a languishing catalog chain to one of the most wanted fashion companies in the US. Jenna is the Co-Founder and CEO of direct-to-consumer beauty firm LoveSeen and lives in NYC with her son Beckett.
Lizzy Savetsky is a digital influencer, activist, mum, and plastic surgeon’s wife. Savetsky moved to New York for college and returned after a brief spell in Texas. Lizzy uses her Instagram program “Bashert” to assist Jewish singles to find love and showcase their individuality.
Jessel Thank is a creative fashion publicist and brand consultant. Jessel, of British-Indian origin, met her banker husband at a bar.
They were pals for years before dating. In 2014, they married in Mexico and had twins.
Brand marketer and communicator Brynn Whitfield. Brynn, a “trophy wife-in-training,” loves interior design, fashion, and throwing dinner parties in her West Village apartment. Brynn was reared in a tiny town in the Midwest by her grandmother, who taught her about life, being bi-racial, and hard work.
This fall’s production will launch in 2023.
Andy Cohen addressed RHONY’s destiny in March when the network canceled the season 13 reunion owing to low ratings and bad fan feedback. Andy told Variety there would be two RHONY series, one with a new ensemble and one with prior performers.