Bethenny Frankel's radio career has hit a roadblock.
SiriusXM reportedly canceled her show, "B Real with Bethenny," following reports that the Real Housewives of New York City star threw a tantrum at a Coldplay concert in the Hamptons earlier this summer.
"They were prepared to give Bethenny her own show, but they ripped up the contract after that night,” an insider tells Page Six.
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According to sources, the 45-year-old was one of several VIP guests — Jay Z and Beyoncé were also in attendance — but caused a scene by throwing a drink at a group of women who were blocking her view of the show.
However, a Bethenny insider tells the site that it was all a big misunderstanding, and the radio station has since confirmed that her alleged outburst did not lead to the cancellation.
"Bethenny is busy with Bravo and other projects, and we were unsure whether, in the long run, we could get enough of her time for a five-day-a-week show,” a SiriusXM spokesperson explained.
Despite rumors that the star would return to the airwaves this fall, it looks like her hiatus has become a permanent one.