Phaedra Parks always has a lot to say – and she has almost as much going on! The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star is currently juggling her law practice, activism, running a foundation, opening a funeral home, parenting her two sons, and reality TV. How does she have the time for all that shade?
Taking a break from dodging depositions squeezing peaches, Phaedra has channeled her activism through Black Lives Matter, the Flint Water crisis, and political involvement into her own self-titled foundation, The Phaedra Foundation. When hubris saves! “My mission is to change one life, one community, one family, hopefully, through the course of my working with them.”
Most of the women on Real Housewives of Atlanta love to switch up their hair game with some wigs, extensions, and other add-on pieces. Not only that, but they are very proud of the versatility that they are able to achieve using outside help to enhance their natural looks. Kenya Moore is not one of those ladies. She is very proud of her natural hair and has mentioned this on numerous occasions- specifically those times when she wanted to promote her hair care line Kenya Moore Hair.
No one could ever accuse Kenya Moore of being like everyone else, so it is not at all shocking that she decided to promote her line of hair products in a unique way. Kenya took to Instagram to post a video of herself showering and lathering up her locks to prove that she does have real hair and to emphasize that her products are effective for growing out long, beautiful strands.
Is Kim Fields changing her mind? Despite earlier claims that she was “one and done” withReal Housewives of Atlanta, it seems she’s now giving it some thought! Kim was a guest on Hollywood Today Live on Friday and shared the shocker with co-hosts Ross Matthews and Garcelle Beauvais.
Before jumping into the RHOA talk, she shared a little on her experience so far on Dancing with the Stars. “It’s exhilarating. It has been one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever been a part of.” She jokes that the training is 24 hours a day. “I’m actually not sore. They take such good care of you, between the pro that you work with, and making sure you’re taken care of.” She also says that Christopher takes good care of her, too.
Yesterday Kenya Moore appeared on The Dr. Oz Show to discuss beauty secrets, reconciling with her broken childhood, bullying, and baby plans!
Dr. Oz asks Kenya about the differences between being Miss USA and her present identity as Krayonce, chief sh*t-stirrer on Real Housewives Of Atlanta. According to Kenya she’s a “three-dimensional person,” which must be a fancy way of saying ‘has multiple personalities’.
In pageants “you’re… a Barbie Doll, and you’re presenting your best self to the world,” Kenya explains. “You’re not really put in controversial situations, but on reality TV – that’s all you’re put in!”
Sheree Whitfield is currently occupying her time writing a dishy fictionalized novel about her experiences on Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Now you know the She By SheBroke shade is going to be epic, and you also know that Sheree needs that check, boo, so I’ll be sure to buy (and review – in fact I feel my heart palpitating at the thought!).
So just how based in reality will Sheree’s novel be? About as realistic as you average Real Housewives show! “Basically what I have done is created a reality show in print,” Sheree describes, and promises, “realistic situations, and at the same time, dripping with drama.”
In a beatless video thanking fans for support, NeNe expressed how grateful and amazed she is for the support on this “totally new” endeavor. “We’re selling tickets everywhere we go,” she said of her comedy shows.
No one can ever accuse the formidable Ms. NeNe Leakes of being idle! This week, NeNe will join the ranks of bonafide celebrities (many of them A-Listers) to perform on Lip Sync Battle. NeNe’s song of choice? RuPaul‘s “Supermodel (You Better Work).”
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star revealed a teaser clip of her performance. She’s wearing an amazing rendition of one of Ru’s signature looks, reminiscent of what the Drag Race creator and host wore in the original music video for Supermodel.