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'Real Housewife' Ramona Singer Celebrates her Second HSN Jewelry Collection

03/01/2010 at 10:24 AM ET

Courtesy HSN; Jay Sullivan/Bravo

It’s shaping up to be a big week for New York Housewives star Ramona Singer. Not only is she returning to television for the third season of the popular Bravo show, but she’s also making a solo appearance Tuesday, March 2 on HSN to launch her second collection of estate jewels. “This has been a dream come true,” the reality star-turned-designer tells PEOPLE. “To create these things and to see how well they come out and [then] get the reaction from people is just so thrilling.” And after launching her debut line back in September, Ramona has become a hit on the TV shopping network. “People are in awe. They can’t believe the quality and look for the price,” says Singer. For her HSN follow-up, ranging in price from $200 to $550, she was inspired by the oversize earrings and blue rings worn by the late Princess Diana. “To me, that was so regal and beautiful,” she says. Other additions include a range of jade baubles and rose gold cuffs, but if she had to narrow it down to one must-have item, Singer recommends the $249 black-and-white swirl earrings: “They go with everything because black and white are so in — and I mean, they look like six figures!” Shop Singer’s complete collection exclusively at HSN.com and be sure to catch her live on HSN tomorrow, March 2, from 1 PM-3 PM EST. Tell us: What do you think of Singer’s new baubles? –Andrea DeSimone

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Tara on

She’s such an airhead

Susana on

She may be an airhead but I love those earrings!

Sian Rose on

If I could afford it I woudl buy it. She has some lovely items in her collection.

Sasha on

Obviously she is not an airhead…capitalizing on the show’s success takes being smart

Congratulations to Ramona on her new business venture!

Monica on

She is one smart business woman. This is not her first successful venture and it won’t be her last! If that is what an airhead is, please let me be one.

Palm Beach, FL on

That she-devil is the most self-conceit, arrogant
low class of a woman I have ever seen on tv.

Not in anyway shape or form would I buy her tin can
junk!!!

Tina on

I couldn’t afford to go out to dinner for my anniversary so I know I can’t afford those earrings! Love the show.
They should do a show called the REAL housewives and show the ones who take their kids to school, go to work, clean the house, make dinner with the family, try to have a conversation with your husband and try to tell your oldest(20) child how important it is to get an education and stay in college.

katie on

I would have agree with Tina…(funny I was just thinking this the other day while running my 8 yr old twins around)….they need a show with “REAL” Working moms…on the go..taking care of kids..house…chores…ect…all the things “REAL Housewives or working moms” do. These women have no clue what working women and also (me) single moms go through!

Marsha on

I think Ramona is a great business woman i love her jelwery ,I think she is smart , confident , beautifull and she is not fake like some of the other housewifes ,And most importantly she gives back . Best of suscess .

uh huh on

So much for that skincare line!

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