If there’s anyone that knows how to weave tragedy into triumph while turning a stunning look, it’s one of the most polarizing stars of The Real Housewives of New York City, Luann de Lesseps.
The past several seasons of the hit Bravo reality show have been, to put it mildly, a challenge for the Countess. From a very public holiday meltdown/arrest several years ago, an internal battle with her children that led to a lawsuit, and a divorce from her husband Tom D’Agostino, the personal challenges Luann faced would have caused some to ditch the cameras and leave reality television forever.
Luann however, is hardly a quitter. She has taken those challenges and channeled her energy into one of her most infectious dance tracks yet, “Feelin Jovani”
The video is set in the showroom of the now legendary designer New York based designer, where Countess Luann is joined by fellow housewives Cynthia Bailey (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) and Lisa Rinna (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills). There is a Charlie’s Angels theme that is clear from the beginning, with New York City downtown legend Murray Hill portraying his best Bosley, and even Watch What Happens Live host and Real Housewives Executive Producer Andy Cohen channeling his best “Charlie”! (Check out those Charlie’s Angels themed poses by the ladies throughout the video)! The horn laden track and instant ear worm-worthy chorus are everything that we expect from the Countess,
The Countess is dripping in Jovani (of course), and shows off several looks that the famed designer is known for and that Luann may showcase during her own sold out and continuing run of the Countess and Friends cabaret show that now travels nationwide and counts a litany of guest stars joining Luann, from actress/comedian Bridget Everett to singer Brent Heuser.
While her co-stars this year have clearly poised their weapons at her to ensure that she is clear that “life is not a cabaret”, Countess Luann is brushing off the haters with aplomb; in the stratosphere of Housewives hitting the recording studio, tighten that crown Countess; now you’re Queen.