According to Page Six, Bravo has agreed to bump Leah’s pay from $3,000 to around $10,000 per episode. Leah had been holding out for weeks believing Bravo’s offer was pathetic. The outlet reports the other cast members also received raises.
Earlier this week, Leah confirmed she was coming back on social media. Leah replied, “I’m coming back. My work here isn’t done yet!” with a heart emoji. Fans quickly showed their excitement after hearing the news that the fan-favorite would be back for a second season.
Prior to the contract negotiation, Leah showered the network and producers with praise for an amazing first season. She shared a behind-the-scenes photo from the reunion taping with a sweet note. It read, “Wish I had more pics from that day! The stage was incredible. The amount of work and diligence that was put into having an in person reunion was beyond. I’m so grateful that my first reunion wasn’t on zoom! Thank you @bravoandy @shed_media @bravotv for everything. ?”
As The Blast previously reported, Leah recently showed off the results of her nose job.
Leah said, “People are DM’ing me like crazy inquiring why I have black eyes and asking if I got a nose job, asking if I got beat up. I am not trying to hide anything from anybody.”
She added, “I got a rhinoplasty and septoplasty. I could not be happier. I’ve been wanting one for some freaking long and now I can also breathe which is great. I love my doctor. He’s a great guy. His name is Dr. Daniel Maman. I’m just never gonna be one of those bitches that pretends it’s not work and it’s contour makeup because that’s weird.”