Don’t be all, like, uncool. Luann de Lesseps denied a report that she was kicked out of a gay bar for drunken antics — and she thinks bar patrons should mind their own business.“I went out and I was feeling all Jovani, but clearly money can’t buy you class, especially with an audience who doesn’t appreciate my music,” the Real Housewives of New York City star, 56, told the Daily Mail on Thursday, March 17. “[There is] certainly no girl code anymore.
But I live to see another day — chic c’est la vie!”Earlier this week, Page Six reported that the reality star was kicked out of the New York City piano bar Townhouse on Wednesday, March 16, after allegedly taking over the mic and requesting her own song “Money Can’t Buy You Class.”The Class With the Countess author told the outlet that she was “tipsy,” but she denied their sources’ claims that she wanted to sing her own hits. “I got up and sang a few Broadway songs they were playing,” she said. “I realize I was a little bit tipsy, but we were having fun, and it was getting late.
I’d been rehearsing, and I was in the mood to sing a few songs.”Her companion for the evening, Broadway producer Jim Kierstead, added that the bar patrons were actually the ones who asked her to sing. “She was met by legions of her fans and was convinced to sing for them,” he claimed. “Of course she was the belle of the ball as usual.”The Bravo personality has been open about her struggles with alcohol over the years.