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The Big Apple has a new housewife: Art curator and model Racquel Chevremont has joined the cast of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City for Season 15, it was announced on Thursday. She will star alongside returning housewives Sai De Silva, Ubah Hassan, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Jessel Taank and Brynn Whitfield.

Chevremont — who was Born in Brooklyn and raised in the Bronx — has more than 20 years of experience as an art curator, during which she put together collections for shows such as Severance, Empire, Law & Order: Organized Crime and And Just Like That…. After signing with Elite models in 1993, she appeared in ad campaigns for Benetton, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Fila, L’Oréal and Nivea, as well as international Elle magazine covers.

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“As a proud Black queer woman, Chevremont is dedicated to representation and using whatever platform she has to get the voices of queer folks of diaspora out there,” the official release states. “She’s the co-founder of The Josie Club, a Black Queer Femme and Woman supported and operated social impact group that organizes community around collaborative event productions.”

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* Netflix has renewed the unscripted series Perfect Match, hosted by Nick Lachey, for Season 3.

* One Piece Season 2 has tapped Callum Kerr (Monarch, Hollyoaks) to play Smoker, whose introduction was teased at the end of Season 1, our sister site Deadline reports.

* Rosario Dawson (Ahsoka), André Holland (Moonlight, The Knick), Sonoya Mizuno (House of the Dragon) and Ann Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale) have joined the voice cast of Netflix’s upcoming anime series Terminator Zero, featuring Timothy Olyphant.

* The movie Godzilla x King: The New Empire will be available to stream on Max, beginning Thursday, July 4.

* AMC Networks has ordered an untitled drama series, written by Jonathan Glatzer (Succession, Better Call Saul), and “set inside the bubble of Silicon Valley, amid misguided corporate cultures, moony innovation labs and cutthroat private high schools,” reads the official synopsis. “In our story, a scandal is sparked by the exploitation of personal data which unravels out of a rift between a self-appointed ‘inventor of the future’ tech CEO and his self-serving ‘performance psychologist.’ This act of corruption quickly spirals out of control for all involved, exposing the absurdities of ambition, corporate ethics, and the fallibility of the people who are shaping the future of our world.”

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