bethenny frankel announced earlier this year that she had been asked to film "Shark Tank" in Los Angeles. She added that she had been asked several times, but it wasn't until this year that the opportunity worked out for her.

Frankel decided to film the show, where she has the chance to invest in new business ideas. Bethenny has created a successful company called Skinnygirl and selling it for $100 million has allowed her to invest in other companies.

Even though Frankel created her business while filming "The Real Housewives of New York," she has done many things off the show as well. She has launched everything from deli meat to t-shirts.

Not everything she has created has been featured on "The Real Housewives of New York," where millions of people can see her products.

According to a new Instagram post, Bethenny Frankel is now revealing she's back in Los Angeles and back on the set of "Shark Tank." This is the second time she's filming the show. No word on whether they had a spot they needed to fill or if the first time was such a success that she's back for seconds.

Back on 'Shark Tank'

Bethenny Frankel shared pictures and videos from her time back on "Shark Tank." Frankel revealed that she had a great time on the show again and she hung out with mark cuban quite a bit this time. She even shared photos of them together

"Which shark is worse than their bite? #sharktankabc," Bethenny Frankel stated while sharing a picture of them together.

On her Instagram live, she also revealed that they had all gone dancing together. She added that these sharks knew how to party and have a good time. It sounds like Bethenny has become a part of the "Shark Tank" family, even though she's not a full-time member.

Giving back to people in need

Over the past few weeks, Bethenny Frankel has been fundraising to help those affected by the summer's hurricanes.

She started after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas and amped up her efforts after Hurricane Irma hit Florida.

She may even continue now that Hurricane Maria has hit Puerto Rico, as thousands of people are in need of help. She wants to give back where needed, so she's raising money to support the hard-hit areas. She has raised over $300,000 in financial donations and supplies from major companies and her fans on social media.

What do you think about Bethenny Frankel being back on the show? Are you going to watch "Shark Tank" when her episodes air later this season?

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