Bethenny Frankel celebrates end of tour and television show

Bethenny airs weedays at 10 a.m. only on Local10

By MJ Acosta - Reporter , Amanda Batchelor - Senior Digital Editor

NEW YORK, NY - Former Real Housewife, Bethenny Frankel has been jet setting across the country for weeks to promote her new daytime television show, and the "Calling all my girls tour" came to an end last night.

Dozens of fans were invited to an after party Saturday night in New York City as Bethenny's tour made its final stop.

With Skinnygirl cocktails in hand, women came out to celebrate life and their new friends.

"All of these girls came out because they love Bethenny and they're ready for her to be successful," said Danielle Monaro, a radio personality.

For most of the Bethenny fans that came out to the Big Apple, their trip came stacked with VIP treatment, but for Doug Dorsten, the experience brought a dream to life.

"Now we're here and I wore my tie to the party and it's now a business venture," said Doug. " I thought I was coming here for the ride and a free trip…and now the possibilities are endless."

Bethenny herself was just as moved by her fans.

"I am so blessed… I just really am grateful and I appreciate it, so thank you for being here," said Bethenny.

And just to show her appreciation, Bethenny had one more surprise for her fans; a performance from R&B group Salt-N-Pepa.

"Bethenny" airs weekdays on Local 10 at 10 a.m. 

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