“If they needed somebody and I worked in the mix, I would go back,” she recently told Page Six. “I really think the ‘Housewives’ are some of the strongest women around because they are portraying their real life and they’re getting hammered for it and to have that thick skin. I think its really admirable.”
However, the mom of four, who appeared on the franchise’s fifth and sixth seasons, says her lifestyle is a bit different from the ladies who are currently on the Bravo show entering its tenth season in April.
“Our lives are so different because none of them are really married and none of them have kids. All their kids are grown,” said Drescher, with her husband Reid chiming in that, “All of them don’t go out until 11 p.m.”
Chatting with us about her days on camera, Drescher said, “I really love all the girls, they’re all super sweet and really hustling and working hard and trying do good.” However, when recalling her first days of filming, Drescher’s fears revolved around one of the ladies in particular: Ramona Singer.
“I remember when I first started the show I was so scared of Ramona,” she said. “I went to the first party that was being filmed and was so afraid. Ramona was the nicest person [I’ve] ever met, and she’s so nice now.”
Drescher — whose storyline centered around her life with a prosthetic leg (“People say they love the leg throw,” she said of her notorious final scene) and her eccentric health habits — spoke to us at a book launch party for “Get Off Your Acid,” by Dr. Daryl Gioffre, whose alkaline lifestyle method she’s become a faithful follower of.