Tonight the Real Housewives Of Atlanta take their second cast trip – this time a positive ‘ladies get along trip’ to the Philippines, which is quite the diversion from the negative ‘ladies lose their clits and their heads’ trip they took to Puerto Rico!
After a counseling session with Dr. Jeff, Claudia Jordan hopes to continue the happy vibes in the tropics with a “drama detox” in Manilla.
Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker are continuing the family business of reality TV! According to reports the couple has inked a deal and has been quietly filming a spinoff about their blended family drama called ‘Meet The Tuckers‘!
Married life has not been easy for Kandi and Todd from Mama drama, to combining a household with their two teenaged daughters while also trying to build a production business as a couple. The couple has also dealt with the sudden passing of Todd’s mother Sharon. All of the mishaps, mayhem, and family planning has been featured on Real Housewives Of Atlanta cameras and the couple’s previous wedding spinoff Kandi’s Wedding.
Kandi has seemed over the drama on RHOA this season and she hasn’t really engaged with co-stars instead focusing on her own family, including counseling with Todd, probably because her spinoff deal was in the works all along!
Claudia Jordan has almost survived her first season of Real Housewives Of Atlanta (although she hasn’t experienced a reunion yet!), and while Claudia is hoping to be back next year, she hopes Porsha Williams won’t be joining her. Claudia forgets the first rule of reality television: Making someone relevant with a feud gives them a storyline, so all the times she keeps Porsha’s name in her mouth, Bravo is taking note and the chances of Poortaste returning increases!
Claudia believes Porsha just isn’t being herself. “She’s cute and glamorous – and that’s great – but I think we need more than that. I don’t think it’s enough to be on the show just co-signing whatever NeNe says,” Claudia complains. “That’s not a good character on a reality show. I think that’s kind of boring.” Interesting considering Claudia is on this show co-signing whatever Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey say… but go ahead.
I’m confused here… are the Real Housewives Of Atlanta moving forward – or not? Claudia Jordan gushed about how the group took a positive turn following their therapy session, and upcoming trip to Manilla, but now she is continuing to complain about how awful Porsha Williams is and insist that she’s really really positive while some people have “vendettas.” This group is exhausting me.
Contrary to what she said earlier this week, Claudia now says that the progress made in therapy was minimal. Of course this was all NeNe Leakes’ fault – Really, but NeNe doesn’t work alone – it was also totally PORSHA’s fault! OF COURSE. #ObsessionByBravo
Of therapy, Clawdia complains in her blog that, “The main people that needed it were not willing participants. One took off because she couldn’t deal with hearing about how her actions affected the rest of the ladies. And the other that stayed, well… she received apology after apology without ever acknowledging any of her own wrong doing.”
Is Dr. Jeff the newest addition to the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta? He certainly behaved the way any good newbie does on the show by complimenting the veterans and trying to navigate NeNe Leakes without looking like a total doormat, which, by the way, never works. I’d say he’s doing just fine. In a few more seasons, he may be at the same point as Kenya Moore. A man can dream, can’t he?
Initially her brand of cray confidence made her an outsider among the cast, but now Krayonce and her bullhorn have twirled into the inner circle of fabulousity. She’s found a loyal chum in Cynthia Bailey who once contractually obligated the Neenster into a friendship pact, and she’s open to finding love with a man who isn’t invisible or playing a role (well, I mean…can we confirm that?) with her recent stint on the Millionaire Matchmaker.
“Don’t you just love the dramatics of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta? I loved how Dr. Jeff was saying ‘Nene, you’re going to that place again.’ ‘Nene, you’re getting angry,’ as I calmly walked to my car. He’s got a job to do too, right? How well do I know how that works?” snarked NeNe. “It works about as well as those blue cards he was reading off of with all the producer’s notes on them! LOL!”
Cynthia said she feels progress was during the counseling session. “Everyone who wanted to resolve their issues did resolve them and moved on.” Love the much-deserved shade thrown at NeNe, but let’s get real, Cynthia. Nothing was resolved in that therapy session.