Meow! ‘Real Housewives of NY’ Sonja Morgan Says Catfight Between Ramona And LuAnn Is Just The Beginning (VIDEO)

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Ramona Singer and Countess LuAnn De Lesseps had a heated discussion full of low blows and catty comments on the latest episode of The Real Housewives of New York, but that’s not the end of the meow-fest: their co-star Sonja Morgan is revealing that viewers will see a lot more Ramona ruckus this season.

“Ramona and I are like frick and frack, but even we have a fracas [this season],” Morgan told Celebuzz at the Bideawee Ball in NYC on June 11. “LuAnn is always thinking that Ramona is taking me away from her.”

What’s the current state of affairs between Singer and De Lesseps?

“They are friends — they are always going at it,” the 48-year-old blonde says of the frenemies, who met in Central Park to discuss building issues on-camera – then quickly turned catty.

But Morgan clearly has other issues on her mind: namely, this season’s news Housewives: Heather Thomson, Carole Radzwill and Aviva Drescher. “Lots of relationships cross over, and then there are the new girls,” she said of the upcoming season.  “I love everybody, and I see the best in everybody. As far as my relationship with the new wives, it’s going to be about who is the most judgmental towards me.”

“I am like Ramona — I just want to be me, take it or leave it,” Morgan said. “I am not going to change for you; you are going to have to change to me. If you’re going to be judgmental of me, I don’t have time for that.”

Aside from her friend-or-foe issues, Morgan revealed the real reason she missed her cue to present a trophy at the GLAAD Awards – a glitch shown on the recent RHONY episode. “It was technical difficulties that they didn’t show you,” she said. “The guy’s wire who was supposed to give me the message to come up wasn’t working, so they are calling me and calling me, and I’m just downstairs hanging out.”

See the below clip to relive De Lessep’s and Singer’s Central Park catfight.