Season 7 was supposed to be about moving on, moving forward, and finally leaving the past behind, but instead it often felt as if we were experiencing Deja-View. As in didn’t we already cover Kenya Moore vs. Phaedra Parks arguing over Whoregate and Apollo Nida?
Of course not everything was the same – speaking of Apollo – in the middle of the season he self-surrendered to federal prison in Lexington, KY to begin serving an 8-year fraud sentence.
Has Kim Fields abandoned acting to act a fool on Real Housewives Of Atlanta? Not a chance! The former child superstar, will make her Housewives and reality television debut this Sunday, and Kim will not be twirling her way into any unscrupulous drama.
As the season grows closer to premiering, Kim’s hair seems to grow bigger and bigger… Preemptive shock? We are entering Diana Ross territory, meaning amazingness. Sitting down with Wendy Williams, while wearing a custom-made “Blessed” dress, Kim makes it clear that’s how she feels about life and the opportunity to be part of Real Housewives Of Atlanta.
Personally my favorite tagline goes to Phaedra because well, it’s just so ridiculously Phaedra-elitist. I think Kim’s is fun. I’m the least excited by Kandi’s. Cynthia’s as well is pretty lackluster; been there, done that a zillion times over!
In September, Tammy, an ex-basketball wife herself, was in Miami with the Real Housewives Of Atlanta, where they filmed at a party. Tammy wanted to make a good impression, and thinking it would improve her chances of landing a coveted Housewives spot if she demonstrated her celebrity connects, she invited Glen to attend the party.
Last night the cast of ‘Selling It In the ATL’ celebrated their premiere at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta. They were joined by some of the current and former cast members of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
On stage to chat about their new WEtv show were cast members: Jae Christian, Gwen Moss, Tahlia Diaz, A’Lana Banks, Chrishena Stanley, Sarah Lowe, and Okevia Wilson.
“Take a picture, trick, I’m on a boat, b*tch; we drinking Santana champ, ’cause it’s so crisp. I got my swim trunks, and my flippie-floppies; I’m flippin’ burgers, you at Kinko’s straight flippin’ copies.” This Lonely Island song is perfection. No seriously, take a picture. Take one million pictures…and post them all on Instagram! And those copies of which you sing, are they perhaps copies of friendship contracts? Last night’s Below Deck epitomized Bravo’s love of a crossover. Forget the Bailey Agency and wild rice, Real Housewives of Atlanta’sCynthia Bailey was all about the Eros!
After the fire that ended Eyebrows McEgo’s reign in the Eros kitchen, chef Leon Walker is out, and Ben Robinson is back in the galley…and in the opening credits! As the crew gets ready for their latest charter, Ben gets all judgy about Leon’s science experiment he called a refrigerator. Connie Arias is all googly-eyed over Ben, but he’s too busy throwing away rotting vegetable to notice. On deck, Eddie Lucas is thrilled to see Dave from season one, and he’s just as adorable as I remember. He’s saving up for his wedding to his equally precious boyfriend, and Captain Lee Rosbach can’t hide his glee at the new addition. Dave is introduced to Kate Chastain, Amy Johnson, Emile, Koutze, and Rocky “Raquel” Dakota Bartlow. Someone quick tell her he’s gay before she tries to make him her next victim!
Perhaps Bravo isn’t paying their Real Housewives Of Atlanta stars as much as we think, or maybe Kenya is just a savvy businesswoman making a good investment, but she recently purchased a new Atlanta home that’s missing some vital elements: doors, windows…