bethenny frankel has launched a massive career on "The Real Housewives of New York" and she has the fans of the show to thank for her success. While on the show, Bethenny revealed that she wanted to launch a business and the business was offering low-calorie drinks to women who wanted to enjoy alcohol without feeling guilty about the calories. As it turns out, Bethenny had a massive hit on her hands with her Skinnygirl margarita and a few years later, Bethenny sold her business to Jim Beam for a reported $100 million.

But as Frankel has revealed on "The Real Housewives of New York," she still owns the brand.

She can do with it as she wants and she has launched several products under her brand name. Bethenny has launched workout DVDs, deli meats and even a line of wine.

According to a new Bravo report, Bethenny Frankel is now being accused of doing too many product placements on "The Real Housewives of New York." It's not like she's carrying around a bottle in every scene, but sometimes, that famous Skinnygirl margarita pops up in the background.

Too much Skinnygirl?

So, is there too much Skinnygirl on "The Real Housewives of New York?" It really depends on who you ask. Some people may be growing tired of always hearing about her business on the show. But if you ask Frankel, there isn't enough of her business on the show.

When Bethenny stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" this week, she was asked this question and her answer isn't surprising.

"No, [it's] not nearly enough... I do not. It's what I really do every day," Bethenny Frankel revealed, hinting that she could easily promote it more.

Jeff Lewis from "Flipping Out" was on "Watch What Happens Live" with her and he joked that he was tired of constantly hearing about her products on the show.

Fans expect her to promote her products

Of course, fans of "The Real Housewives of New York" expect her to promote her products, because she is running a business. As Frankel explained on "Watch What Happens Live," this is what she does everyday. And while it may not be on the show that much, this is something she's very proud of.

Since her business has inspired to many people, some viewers may hope to see more of her working behind the scenes. However, it sounds like Frankel is happy just being involved in some of the drama on the show.

What do you think of Bethenny Frankel's comments that she doesn't think she promotes her business all that much on the show?