Tyra Banks took over hosting "Dancing With The Stars" when Season 29 premiered on ABC this fall. Following her takeover, she's now causing a rift with one former "Real Housewives" personality.

While a few Bravo "Housewives" have starred on past seasons of "DWTS," a report from OK! magazine claims Banks wants to stop them from being featured from here on out. A source told the outlet that the "America’s Next Top Model" creator believes "DWTS" needs to look past the wives from the reality franchise and "aim higher."

The report specifically mentions Tyra's purported dislike of the idea of having Bethenny Frankel, NeNe Leakes, and Teresa Giudice star on the dance competition show next season, noting they "do not make headlines anymore."

While Tyra had not responded to the tabloid report at press time, Bethenny, former star of "The Real Housewives of New York City," was quick to react. She shared her opinion on Twitter Thursday but quickly deleted the post.

It said, “Good to know @tyrabanks has clumped me in her no more housewives mandate on @DancingABC. Also good to know-their casting director Deena, who I [love] has asked me to be on that show multiple x in the last decade. I’m also no longer a housewife, but no one is bigger than the game Tyra.”

Many Twitter users replied to the tweet saying things like, “She’s not making the show better. I’m sad for the franchise,” and “I like Tyra. I like Bethenny. And I like 'The Real Housewives'! Can’t we all just get along and Dance!”

Bethenny ended her Twitter rant by inviting Tyra to appear on her podcast "Just B With Bethenny Frankel" and explained why she deleted her initial posts.

Bethenny was a "Housewives" star for eight seasons and is also the creator of the Skinnygirl brand. Even though she’s no longer on the Bravo show, it appears Trya won’t be having her on her stage any time soon, if it’s up to her.

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“The Real Housewives of New York City” star Bethenny Frankel is pictured attending the Entertainment Weekly & PEOPLE Upfronts celebration on May 14, 2018 in New York City. Larry Busacca/Getty Images