From housewife to entrepreneur, Bethenny Frankel has come a long way in the entertainment industry and it looks like the Bravo star just landed herself a brand new gig with ABC’s hit series “Shark Tank.”

It’s not much of a surprise that the “Real Housewives of New York” lead was tapped to appear on the series as a guest shark considering she has been successful in her various business ventures and has accumulated a lucrative net worth.

On Monday, the reality star announced that she would be appearing on Season 9 of the series via Twitter. The star shared a photo of herself with the “Shark Tank” logo in the corner along with a short tweet.

“I guess I am a shark after all. Watch out @ABCSharkTank - comin’ for u this fall. Are you as excited as I am?” she wrote.

Frankel will appear as a guest shark alongside Virgin Group founder Richard Branson, Spanx founder Sara Blakely, former MLB player Alex Rodriguez and Glaceau and Bai founder Rohan Oza.

Although it is unclear how much Frankel will pull in for her guest appearance, in Season 6 one of the main sharks, Mark Cuban, reportedly received $31,200 per episode. That number jumped in Season 7 to $32,4888 per episode.

Considering she is a guest shark, it’s not likely that Frankel will make as much as main sharks but it’s likely she won’t walk off set empty handed.

Over the years, Frankel has starred in a reality series, launched a cocktail company, hosted a talk show, became an author and more, raking in plenty of money to add to her net worth.

According to Forbes, the reality star sold her Skinnygirl liquor company to Beam Global for a reported $100 million and in 2016 was No. 6 on the list of the highest paid reality stars, making $8.5 million between 2015 and 2016.

Despite the large amount of money that Skinnygirl sold for, Frankel is quite the businesswoman. Rather than taking all the cash in one lump sum, Frankel worked out a deal in which she receives payouts from the company as long as Skinnygirl continues to profit in sales.

Frankel also kept the rights to the brand name which means she can use “Skinnygirl” to sell other products. Frankel has used the name rights to her advantage with “Skinnygirl” appearing on everything from shapewear to lunch meat. Celebrity Net Worth estimates that the star has a $25 million net worth, pulling in $40,000 per episode for “RHONY.”

Aside from making guest appearances and building up her net worth, it looks like Frankel is also focused on being happy and enjoying life, which involves playing the field when it comes to romance.

The reality star, who shares daughter Bryn with ex-husband Jason Hoppy, went through a bitter divorce with her ex which resulted in her paying $12,000 a month in spousal support. The star was initially paying the alimony and $10,00 in child support but a judge eventually stopped the alimony payments.

Despite her divorce, Frankel is still hoping to find love but don’t expect her to walk down the aisle. “To be honest, I’m older, I am in my forties and I don’t know … I can’t see myself getting married again,” she told People.

It looks like the working mom isn’t interested in going through another divorce, her little girl and her growing net worth seems to be her main focus at the moment.