The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss had a lot to smile about this weekend! The reality star, singer, restaurant owner, and songwriter (among the many other hats she wears) was photographed at Revel in Atlanta, where she was showing off her newest achievement: being chosen as the ESSENCE magazine cover feature for October!
Is it November 5 yet? It’s going to be tough holding out that long for the Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 10 premiere episode, but it looks like it’s going to be worth the wait. The trailer was just released and I am just shook. OG cast members NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak are back in the mix and they are not playing around.
Although Cynthia Bailey has been slaying it on Real Housewives of Atlantawith her hairstyles and eye-wear line, her personal life hasn’t exactly been thriving. After a few seasons of a rocky relationship with ex Peter Thomas, the two finally divorced. Then they were hanging out a lot (as “friends”) and getting a long better than ever before, which was super confusing to watch.
Now it seems like Cynthia has finally put the Peter era behind her because she has a new man….allegedly.
Happy Tuesday! We have a new mini reality star photo roundup for your snarking pleasure. Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville was evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House. She was the fourth contest to get the boot on the show this season.
Even though Peter Thomasacted like a full-time cast member on Real Housewives of Atlanta, it was actually his ex wife Cynthia Bailey who was a Housewife on the show. With that said, it is not at all surprising that Peter would want to do his own spin-off show. In all honesty, I had no idea that Peter had a big enough following (or a following in general) to justify getting his own show, but obviously he would jump at the chance.
Peter never got to hold up a peach in the RHOAintro, but he might as well have. He was all about the drama on a show he wasn’t even cast for, so I’m sure he will stir things up on his own show.
Hand me some smelling salts, cause I have the vapors after part 4 of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta! Well all knew it was coming, but somehow seeing Phaedra Parks expose herself as a bonafide liar and a fraud of the sort that even surpasses Housewives nastiness was still a shock! And I don’t even know what to call her, an emotionless vessel of shade that has reached its sell-by date, but that nonsense went TOO FAR! Actually it went beyond crossing the line into crossing the galaxy.
There we all are, sitting on the reunion stage in our sparkly dresses, with our hair all puffed up, and our smirks frozen into irritated condescension, our voices permanently poised at a register for battle and self-defense, when out PorshaWilliams came out with the revelation Phaedra is the one who told her of Kandi Burruss‘ alleged plan to drug and rape her one fateful night. Phaedra related that she heard this information this directly from the Kandi Factory – more specifically from Kandi’s mouth.
Since this was no word on the street, Porsha decided it was believable, and “asked” Kandi about it in front of millions, then spent months defending herself against accusations that she’s a liar.
Cynthia Bailey is like an old-fashioned Housewife from back in the day when Housewives was about the interpersonal family dramas, not feuding with cast members over strange social protocol or complete lies. Still Cynthia is sharing a show with these ladies and their “disgusting and disappointing” behavior.
Even though NeNe Leakes didn’t appear on Real Housewives of Atlanta at all this season, she has plenty of shade to throw and opinions to share in response to the epic four-part reunion. I’m not gonna lie, I felt like the first two episodes were kind of dragging on, but part three was truly epic.
My jaw dropped when Porsha Williams said that Phaedra Parkswas the one who told her that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tuckerwanted to drug and rape her. NeNe wasn’t too surprised by it though and she had plenty of tea to spill about Phaedra’s behind-the-scenes antics.