Brynn Whitfield joined the RHONY cast as a newcomer to the series in season 14, but she pretty quickly became a fan favorite for her sense of humor and outspoken attitude. Despite her jokes about her future dating life and many fans discussing other single Bravo TV stars that they’d like to see Brynn Whitfield head out on the town for a date with, she’s said that she’s probably not intersted in dating anyone from reality TV.
While speaking to The Messenger, Brynn Whitfield said that even though she’s hoping to find someone to love someday, she doesn’t want it to be anyone on reality TV. She said, “I don’t think I’ll ever date anyone who’s on reality TV. No offense to them.”
While some social media users were hoping that while at BravoCon, Brynn would cross paths with fellow Bravo TV star Jason Chambers from Below Deck Down Under, the RHONY newbie had other plans.
She revealed that the one person she really wanted to meet while at BravoCon was Sonja Morgan, a fellow RHONY cast member who left the show in season 13. Luckily for Brynn, the two of them met and Brynn got herself a selfie with the housewife she was hoping to meet.
Meanwhile, Captain Jason was getting up close and personal with Lala Kent. But, Brynn took the missed connection in stride, saying that jason is a “cutie patootie” and that the two of them spoke briefly while at the Las Vegas reality TV convention.
“I was like, ‘She got the cute one.’ Andy Cohen called him the hottest one there,” she said and revealed that despite talking, the two of them did not take a photo together.
Even though she’s not interested in dating anyone who is in the trenches of the world of reality TV like she is, she said that she typically appreciates the constant comments and pieces of dating advice from fans that reach out to her via social media to warn her about guys that are no good.
Though she seems like she’s perfectly content being single now, she shared her appreciation for her fans by saying, “I wish every single gal could feel what it feels like to have that love and support.”