It’s a new season of Real Housewives Of Atlanta, and lots of things are different – like NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks being friends (what?!) but one thing has stayed the same: NeNe’s ego is still larger than a Louboutin triple platform – or Phaedra’s beehive.
“It’s always sad to see a family end no matter who’s right or wrong. I’m glad I can say I was a rock for Phaedra during this time and never judged her,” NeNe says. I love how NeNe can’t just say a nice thing, she always has to drop a line about her own amazingness. She simply must try to snatch alllll the credit!
Part two and part three of the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion failed to bring in the viewers. An impressive 2.285 million watched part one – that’s the second most watched episode of the season – but only 1.399 million and 1.634 million bothered to watch part two and part three. Real Housewives of New Jersey finished season six with an average of 1.919 million viewers. Will there be a season seven?
As a model Cynthia knows the importance of a good accessory, which is why she’s always been more than willing to be NeNe’s, until Kenya took Cynthia under her antebellum caftan and twirled her off into the sunset. And apparently that was all Porsha Williams‘ fault. I’m noticing a pattern here – everything in Cynthia’s life is someone else’s fault. She really has been hanging out with Krayonce too long!
If the thought of Porsha “No Peach For You!” Williams not blogging her way through season seven of the Real Housewives of Atlanta gives you a serious case of the sads, then you’ll be happy to know that Porsha Williams has found a new home for her blogs.
On the other hand, if the thought of Porsha writing about anything makes you cringe, then my apologies.
Porsha has teamed up with OK! Magazine to give her fans a weekly dose of Porsha’s Piece of Mind. This week, she bashed Kenya Moore, gushed over her new boobs, shared her thoughts on Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida, and preached about accountability.
Anyway, Kenya is all about redemption this season and that means moving forward with all the people who have done her wrong – Phaedra included! After last season’s traumatic reunion, Kenya said it really took a lot for her return to the show. And by a lot, I imagine one phone call from Bravo.
“I had to really weigh the options; is this worth it? I went through a terrible time after the reunion, and I had to just reevaluate the situation,” Kenya says. “I asked myself a lot of questions. I had a lot of questions and conversations with the production company, with Bravo, and we got to a really good place; and that’s why I’m back.”
“Phaedra is always assuming I’m siding with Apollo, which isn’t true,” insisted Kandi. “Todd and Apollo became pretty good friends, so I would say he takes Apollo’s side a lot. Todd and I have serious debates over their issues. I get to the point where I am like, ‘Listen Todd, we should not be arguing about their problems.’ It’s crazy really.” Phaedra said NeNe has been the most supportive.
After the runaway success that was ‘Gone With The Wind Fabulous‘, Krayonce announced plans to record another song! “The song is already written. I haven’t laid down the vocals, but I want to do something soon,” Kenya revealed. “It has a similar feel to ‘Gone with the Wind Fabulous.’ It’s one of those songs that basically says, ‘don’t come for me unless I send for you.’ It’s definitely a dance song.”
Apollo Nida‘s legal issues were the main focus of the Real Housewives of Atlanta season premiere, but we did get to see little bits of what the other cast members have been up to since the reunion. Cynthia Bailey, who’s on the hunt for a new best friend, followed the scent of loneliness and ended up on Kenya Moore‘s doorstep.
I imagined Cynthia saying to herself, ‘I shall call her Krazy, and she shall be mine, and she shall be my Krazy.’ HaHa. Don’t get me wrong, though, Kenya‘s crazy is the only reason I watch RHOA. Kenya took to her blog to share her thoughts on the season premiere. Including titles: RIP Baby Velvet, Detroit vs. Everybody Else, Ignorance is not a Handicap, Promise to Detroit Children, and Love Me or Hate Me. So dramatic. So Kenya. Here we go.