Socialite-turned-reality starlet Tinsley Mortimer said last night that she'll begin shooting a new season of her recently wrapped reality series "High Society" this summer in the Hamptons.
"I kinda feel like I'm getting back to normal life," said Mortimer, enjoying herself without a camera crew in tow as she attended the Music Unites one-year anniversary bash on the rooftop of the Cooper Square Hotel Monday night.
"But I loved [High Society] and I just look forward to doing another season," she said. "We're doing it in the Hamptons [this summer]. ... That's the plan but, you know, nothing's ever final, and we haven't made a formal announcement but we're working towards that."
Music Unites celebrated their one-year anniversary of bringing music education to inner city school's with under-funded arts programs, as well as the birthday of executive director and founder Michelle Edgar.
Mortimer came out to support the project, which introduced their children's choir earlier this year, and who have already worked with venerable venues such as Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the United Nations.
"I'm here, really, because I love and adore Michelle," said Mortimer of her philanthropist pal. "I've come to several events. She's just a great girl."
The event helped raise funding for the next step of birthday girl Michelle Edgar's Music Unites: a summer camp to help nourish the next generation of music lovers and performers. It included live music from artists such as Matt White, As Tall As Lions, and Jaicko.