Bethenny Frankel Kicks Off Talk Show With Orgasms , Wants to Talk About What's on Women's Minds, Inc

By Celebrity Health & Fitness, June 13th, 2012

Bethenny Frankel front Bethenny Frankel Kicks Off Talk Show With OrgasmsBethenny Frankel launched her new talk show “Bethenny” with a frank discussion of sex (what else?) But did the reality star over disclose when it comes to her orgasms?

Frankel, 42, whose show debuted on Fox Monday (June 11) revealed that she gets off in hotel bathroom Jacuzz tubs, and likes sex better in the morning because she can’t sleep afterward at night.

“It’s what women talk about. If it’s over the top, then I’m over the top. That’s what I talk about with my girlfriends,” Frankel said in an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The reality television veteran, who gain fame on “Real Housewives of New York” before getting her own reality show “Bethenny Getting Married?” in 2010 followed by “Bethenney Ever After,” is hoping to fill a void left by Oprah Winfrey’s departure to her own network.

She plans to tackle everyday issues that women talk about, including sex. And, she’ll spice it up with her on revelations.

“It’s going to be a conversation. Of course I’m going to be in that conversation,” she said.

“It’s about, ‘Do I think my husband’s cheating on me?’ or ‘I’m having a hard time balancing motherhood and my career,’ ” Frankel explains. “ ‘I can’t get my kids to eat,’ or ‘I don’t know whether I should laser, wax or razor,’ ‘My husband doesn’t find me attractive,’ ‘I just turned 40.’ It could be anything.”

The reality personality also says she won’t make celebrities the focus of her show, although they will appear as guests. “This is not a celebrity-focused show,” she said. “There will only be celebrities if they can contribute to the conversation that we’re having, and if they have something to say on that topic.

“I’m not looking for the person that’s the most famous. I’m not friends with a ton of celebrities, and I don’t think a show lives or dies by the magnitude of the celebrity. I think a show lives or dies by the magnitude of the conversation.”


For my homie helloneworld