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Real Housewives of New York City: Jill Zarin Speaks Out on Being Fired! Bet Her Daughter is Thrilled

What Did Jill Zarin Say About Getting Fired?

Jill Zarin got fired. Not from her highfalutin social circles, or from her many personal business ventures but she got the can from the most high profile role she has. She got fired from the show that made her a household name – The Real Housewives of New York City.

Her husband Bobby has been a regular on the show, and never seemed shy in front of the cameras. But one person in her family that is probably thrilled with the big RHONY change? Her daughter Ally. Ally has been at college and reportedly has had issues fitting in, due in part of her mother’s role on the show. But hopefully Ally will be able to go back to a relatively normal life now that her mom is off the show.

And her mom has exited the show with grace, issuing a tasteful official statement. What did she say? Read it here!

Dear Friends and Family,

I’ve had four amazing years on The Real Housewives of New York City. I’m grateful for the experiences and friendships I’ve made on the show. I’ve certainly learned a lot about myself and others. The show has decided to take a different direction and unfortunately I will not be a part of Season five. I have received literally thousands of tweets, emails and Facebook comments from fans all over the world, from Australia to Alaska, and that has meant the world to me. More than you could ever know.

For all the people who have supported me and wished me well, you can see me on a new show that will be announced soon. I will also be making personal appearances around the country promoting my new line of shapewear and leggings called SKWEEZ COUTURE. For more information continue to visit jillzarin.com and follow me on Facebook and Twitter.

As my husband Bobby always tells me “When one door closes, many will open.”

Love and Kisses,
Jill

Via JillZarin.com

Photo: PR Photos

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