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In February 2011, de Lesseps guest starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, in the episode "Bully", playing a socialite who makes a gruesome discovery.The show features de Lesseps singing songs alluding to her life as a countess and reality-tv star, with appearances from celebrity friends like Rachel Dratch and Housewives co-star Sonja Morgan.If there’s anything that’s a guaranteed good time, it’s seeing Luann de Lesseps—Real Housewife of New York City turned cabaret queen—perform in Atlantic City.After all, the reality star has weathered two divorces, two rehab stays, an arrest, a lawsuit, and endless spats with her Bravo costars and come out on the other side with a wildly popular cabaret show dubbed “Countess and Friends.” The show is over a year old and still frequently selling out venues across the country. She was married to Count Alexandre de Lesseps until 2009, but maintained her courtesy title until her 2016 marriage to Tom D’Agostino, which lasted seven months.
But her resolve is not only with herself but also the whirlwind that was “Tom.” Her arrest in December 2017 was triggered by her wedding to D’Agostino. She recently told Bravo’s The Daily Dish her wildly popular cabaret show has been her focus. “But I try to avoid the Upper East Side at all costs.” she went further. “You know what, I don’t really see Tom,” she laughed.[I want it to feel] like old show biz, like Carol Burnett. So you would want to do something separate from the cabaret too? I’ve done television shows before and scripted stuff, but what about a late night show? How does it feel to be back here performing the cabaret? I mean, who would’ve thought I would be back here performing and selling out the Music Box? I talk about her [in the show] because I grew up with that stuff. I love Dorinda, we’re working on it.”I caught up with de Lesseps before the show, where she told us how the cabaret is helping her stay on track following her traumatic couple of years. Michelle Obama goes on Kelly [Ripa] and says she watches . Tina Fey came up once, in the years I was with Jacques [Azoulay], and said, “I just wanted to say hi, we’re both NBC talent.” I was like, “Oh my God, it’s Tina Fey.” And then I said to her, “I’d love to do . She also opened up about what she’d love to do next—you truly will not believe it—and the secret sauce behind the , you had the iconic line, “Nine months ago I was in jail and now I’m a cabaret star.” Do you think the show has helped you focus during this time? To get to do this show and have the fans loving it, and loving me doing it, is the best food for my soul. I love doing it, I’m passionate about it, and I really feel like I’ve found my calling. Having the fans love the show and leave feeling good and happy was my aim. Dakota Fanning was at your show in New York the other day. I know you filmed your “Chic C’est La Vie” video here at the Borgata.