Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker were attempting to take a romantic vacation to Hawaii, but they had a little trouble getting there. As in they didn’t.
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star said Hawaiian Airlines kicked the Tuckers off the plane when a ticket mishap caused Kandi to question what was going on and if she would be able to have bags returned. Kandi and Todd were then told to leave the plane and accused of causing a “commotion.” So … Hawaiian Airlines is run by the Gestapo now?
The leaves may be falling, but Shady Sunday is coming back again this Fall, with new seasons of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Married To Medicine debuting Sunday, November 6! Bravo announced the premiere date this week, along with confirmation on who’s coming back – and what they will be sharing with us in the months to come.
Real Housewives of Atlanta season 9 will see a return of the same cast we know and love, with one notable upgrade: Sheree Whitfield is back as a full time housewife, ya’ll! Who gon’ check her BOO? Two snaps in a circle for that. Snap, and a snap. It’s Sheree’s first time holding a peach since season 4. Though hinted at heavily during the off season, NeNe Leakes is not currently on the Housewife roster (nor is Kim Zolciak) but we all know she will likely poke her head in front of the camera for a scene or two.
When Porsha Williams first appeared on Real Housewives of Atlanta, she was a modern day Stepford Wife. She did whatever her then husband Kordell Stewart wanted her to do and she ran every decision from her activities with the other Real Housewives to her wardrobe selection by him. That’s a far cry from the independent woman that’s on the show today. Not only is Porsha holding down a job at Dish Nation, but she also just purchased her first house post-divorce and posted a super cute video to celebrate.
Post-divorce, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star has been living in a massive suburban mcmansion out in the sticks, so she’d have closets for her dogs. Porsha must have realized the underground railroad doesn’t make stops out there and decide it was time to trade-up!
Some of our favorite reality TV stars were spotted out and about (all over the country!) and on the red carpet this week. Vanderpump Rules star Tom Sandovallooked dapper as he attended The Buzzies, BuzzFeed’s Pre-Emmy party.
Kim Zolciak and Brielle Biermann have been doing press in NYC for the return of their show, Don’t Be Tardy. They stopped by the AOL headquarters, with Kim literally busting out of her top. Also out and about in NYC: Yolanda Hadid (minus a bra) and daughter Bella.
Terra Jole and Amber Rose were spotted behind the scenes prepping for Dancing With the Stars. Meanwhile, over in Atlanta, Kandi Burruss attended ESSENCE And Johnson & Johnson’s Path To Power event. Also below: Kim Kardashian in Florida (and missing a shirt), Snooki and JWoww in NYC, and more!
Yes, Kandi Burruss does have a new music group, but she is not actually one of the performers. Instead, Kandi is the woman behind the scenes with this one. The group is called LOUD and is described on the official Instagram page as an “urban pop group.”
I’m not positive how long Kandi has been working with this group, but knowing Kandi, she doesn’t take on any project unless she is super invested so I have a feeling we should expect big things from LOUD in the future.
New York Fashion Week is in full swing and, as per usual, the reality TV stars never miss an opportunity to be photographed. Lucky us. 😉
Above: former (maybe?do I dare dream?) Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes was chosen by Malan Breton to close out his show, wearing a dress worth over ONE MILLION dollars. Why NeNe? “She embodies all women,” gushed Malan. “She really does. I think from my fanbase and other people that I know, she’s the one that’s constantly motivating women to be confident, to be who they are. And, you know, I love the Housewives franchise; I’m friends with so many of them. NeNe’s a very strong person and knows who she is. People admire her so much. For me, as a designer for women, it’s very important to me that women know who they are when they wear these pieces.”