Andy Cohen weighs in on Bette Midler’s pitch to join ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’

Bette Midler wants a new dose of reality — reality television, that is.

The Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winner took to social media over the weekend to float the idea about becoming a cast member of the bit Bravo series “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

“Is it too late for me to become a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills?” she wrote on X. “I’ve never watched it, but I am in the mood to talk some s—. And to get paid for it? A dream!”

The verified account for Bravo, which broadcasts all of the “Housewives” shows, replied in response, “Talk about a glorious crossover!”

Andy Cohen, the executive producer of the franchises, tweeted his support of the idea by writing: “It’s time!”

Midler, 78, even came up with a cheeky tagline to use for the intro of the Los Angeles County-based series if she gets the chance to star in it: “Those Beaches don’t know what’s about to hit ‘em!!” — a reference to her beloved 1988 film “Beaches.”

Cohen continued to revel in the possibility of the “First Wives Club” star joining in on the fun during his Sirius XM radio show on Monday morning.

“She would be the grand dame of Beverly Hills in a second,” Cohen told “Andy Cohen Live ” co-host John Arthur Hill, making a reference to the nickname given to “Real Housewives of Potomac County” personality Karen Huger.

He added: “I will be very excited for Bette Midler to join ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’ Just want to say that. Also, I mean, Bette Midler is a superstar. How much would that cost because she said she wants to make a lot of money to s— talk.”