The ladies will close the season with as much drama as they opened with. Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker celebrate their joint-creation of A Mother's Love, which hopefully Porsha Stewart will actually show up for!
And Kenya Moore will formally say good-bye to her beloved Velvet with a funeral. Next week the ladies head into the epic – and I mean that for real this time! – reunion where Porsha reportedly assaulted Kenya resulting in her getting fired.
Pierre claims he agreed to have the piece filmed as a vocal test, but had no idea it would actually be represented as Porsha recording his song — especially because he says she sucked at singing it!
In response to the allegations that she's a worthless song thief who simply can't sing, Porsha is firing back! She tells TMZ that Pierre – who has worked with Usher, P.Diddy, and Nelly – signed a release with Bravo and is simply try to ride her coattails for 15 minutes of fame! And he actually pleased with what Porsha did with the song – and she has proof!
NeNe and Tony dropped by VH1's Big Morning Buzz to dish on all things DWTS and Housewives. I sometimes find NeNe a bit too full of herself, but that's also part of her charm, right? That is charm, isn't it? However, I love her rapport with Tony, and Nick just seems like someone fun to have coffee with first thing in the morning. It's a win-win!
The song in question, "Perfectly Worthless" was written by producer Pierre Medor – and not only did Porsha illegally used the song during the episode, Pierre is furious that she sounded so bad singing it. OUCH!
Pierre tells the YBF that yes, he did in fact write and produce the song for Porsha but when he realized her singing voice couldn't do it any justice, he passed it along to someone else. So it came as a "complete surprise" when Porsha was featured "recording" it on national television!
As a result of Porsha's violence against Kenya she is allegedly fired (even though she was on the chopping block long before the incident).
NeNe Leakes has already spoken out stating that Kenya and her "fake booty" should be fired instead, but now TMZ reports the ladies of RHOA have banded together and are threatening a walk-out if Porsha is let go! Of course not joining in the protest is Kenya herself who is campaigning hard to get Porsha fired!
Last night was the pre-finale episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Which means we are almost to the epic reunion. You know you're salivating!
Porsha Stewart is all about spreading her wings and flying post-divorce, except she's not worried about a little thing called a j-o-b. Her priorities are recording a song instead of showing up to rehearsal for the part she was hired to play in Kandi Burruss' musical. Yep, ol Poryonce (per Don Juan) is skipping play practice to go warble some songs she probably bought from Kandi (and pretended to write!) in the recording studio. Look Porsha isn't the worst singer, but she's certainly no Mariah and she should be honing her skills with seasoned veterans on Kandi's stage – instead she's violating her contract, insulting her employer, and making a mockery of a paying job. She'll probably still want top billing too!
Kenyacalled the cops on Porsha from the reunion set and accused her of grabbing her head and hitting her. Porsha reportedly left the reunion before taping wrapped and was fired on the spot from the show. There's some debate, however, about what actually happened. Porsha has yet to comment on the matter at all.
NeNe Leakes is the first to break the silence on the matter, telling TMZ that Kenya should not press charges against Porsha! "Kenya stupid! She need to fix her fake booty," NeNe quipped.
In her call to Atlanta's 911, Kenya is very calm and sedate as she requests that police be dispatched to the Biltmore Hotel for an assault. She tells the operator thatPorsha hit her in the head and that Porsha was trying to fight her and hitting her. At the time she made the call Porsha was still in the building. She tells them she doesn't need medical care, but wants the police to come to the third floor to take the report.