Bravo is rebooting the “Real Housewives of New York City” franchise, and former cast member Luann de Lesseps says she's interested in returning to the reality series.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Luann addressed rumors that she did not want to return to the new “RHONY” cast.

“It couldn’t be further from the truth,” she said. “Listen, I love the OGs. I love the girls. So why wouldn’t I want to the show? And that’s if they asked me back.”

Luann continued, “So who knows who they’re bringing back, but I definitely would do the show if they asked me back, for sure.”

Late last month, Bravo revealed it would be splitting the “The Real Housewives of New York City” into two shows. One version of the reality series would be a reboot featuring a brand new cast.

The second series would be made up of former cast members who were fan favorites throughout the show’s history.

Luann’s confession about her desire to return to the Bravo reality series comes after former cast member Carole Radziwill revealed she had no interest in rejoining the show.

Carole gained popularity on the series for her friendship with former co-star Bethenny Frankel. However, the relationship ended on bad terms, and their feud played out both on and off camera.

During an episode of the “Andy’s Girls” podcast, Carole revealed she did not want to return to the franchise after appearing in six seasons.

“Taking the fans’ desire for me to come back and putting that aside because I love them, and I’ve always had great interactions and great feelings with the fans of the show,” she explained.

“If I went back, I would sort of consider that to be an epic fail on my part. I would not go back. I could not have one more conversation about anything with any of them.”

Meanwhile, Bethenny recently revealed she was contacted about returning to the “RHONY” series for former cast members, but she didn’t think the network would be able to afford her salary request.

Luann de Lesseps rehab
Luann De Lesseps, pictured at the Holiday Party on Dec. 6, 2017 in New York City, is entering into rehab. Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Daily Mail