Vomit is so, like, uncool.
A fan threw up on Luann de Lesseps during her cabaret show in New York City Friday night, Page Six can exclusively confirm.
A rep for the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum, 57, tells us an audience member blew chunks from laughing “so hard” at one of the Countess’ jokes.
“Lu was with her mic talking to the audience members, and when a girl heard another joke, she laughed so hard that she projectile vomited all over Lu’s costume and hair!!!” the spokesperson says.
“Everyone was cracking up.”
Rumors of a fan getting sick began circulating online when people who claimed to have attended the “Countess Cabaret” show Friday night wrote in to blogger Queens of Bravo’s social media accounts.
“A girl threw up during Luann’s show while she was in the audience during q&a and her manager had to wipe it off her back and out of her hair,” one fan alleged via DM.
Despite the puke in the crowd, the show went on with a star-studded audience present.
We’re told Andrew Dice Clay and de Lesseps’ former “Real Housewives of New York City” co-star Leah McSweeney were in attendance.
De Lesseps tells Page Six she was asked during her show whom she would “marry, f–k or kill” between Clay, 65, Johnny Carson or David Letterman.
“I’d kill Carson because he’s already dead. I’d marry David Letterman because he’s funny and I guess I’d have to ‘f’ Andrew Dice Clay because he’s funnier,” the “RHONY” alum says she responded in the segment, which was “hysterical” because the stand-up comic was right behind her.
“Dice then took the mic and said, “I love Luanns show, the Countess really cracks me up!” de Lessep’s rep added.
Meanwhile, McSweeney, 40, showed her former co-star some love on social media, posting on her Instagram Stories de Lesseps singing “Money Can’t Buy You Class” while in a sparkly red dress and a black top hat.
In the clip, the Countess appeared to be performing to a packed house at 54 Below, a supper club in Manhattan.
De Lesseps first debuted her cabaret show under the name “Countess and Friends” in 2017, following the release of fan-favorite hits like “Chic C’est La Vie.”
In 2018, an insider told Page Six exclusively that the Bravolebrity wanted to take her show on an international tour.
The performer may now have time for more tour dates after Bravo put an indefinite halt on “RHONY: Legacy,” which she was slated to take part in alongside other original cast members, including Sonja Morgan, Jill Zarin, Kelly Bensimon and Dorinda Medley.
Page Six was told in January that talks surrounding the spinoff series collapsed due to discrepancies with contract negotiations.
However, de Lesseps has filmed another Bravo series with Morgan, 59, that is set to premiere sometime in 2023.
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