Earlier today, we learned that two suburban Westchester moms are campaigning to get their town its very own piece of the Real Housewives pie. While we have no earthly idea why Mary Amy and Nora Holmes would wish such a fate upon their town of Rye, they've been meeting with creative directors and posting Craiglist casting ads seeking ladies for an "ultra-stylish docu-soap which follows the dynamic lives of Rye's social butterflies. Khaki pants and Lily headbands need not apply," all in the hope that Bravo will take notice. In an attempt to make the casting process a bit smoother, we decided to make our own picks for the ultimate Real Housewives of Westchester. To the ladies:
Our Casting Picks For The Real Housewives Of Westchester
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