Real Housewives Of Atlanta Season 11 Taglines Are Here!

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA -- Season:11 -- Pictured: (l-r) Kandi Burruss, Porsha Williams, Cynthia Bailey, NeNe Leakes, Eva Marcille, Shamari Devoe -- (Photo by: Alex Martinez/Bravo)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies are known for throwing the best shade and unleashing the most clever insults. With that said, the expectations for the Season 11 taglines are pretty high. The fandom is expecting a clever play on words, witty remarks, and an indication of what we can expect from them this season.

After many seasons of this show and the Real Housewives shows in other locations, there have been so many taglines. It’s tough to make a mark these days, but the Season 11 cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta sure tried. Which lady has the best tagline this year?

Entertainment Weekly shared the Season 11 taglines. The only remaining OG cast member NeNe Leakes has a tagline that’s both humorous and touching : “I am the glue for my wig and my family!” NeNe is known for switching it up with her wigs. Last season her bun started to unravel while she was yelling at Porsha Williams during a cast dinner. On a more serious note, NeNe’s husband Gregg Leakes is battling cancer, so it makes sense for her to mention her family in the tagline as well.

If I see or hear “50 Cynt” again it will be too soon. Sure, it’s a very clever play on words and her 2017 50 Cynt Halloween costume was beyond epic, but hearing about Cynthia Bailey’s fiftieth birthday for an entire year was just too much. Nevertheless, here we are and Cynthia has a tagline referencing her age: “I age like fine wine, and now, I am ready to chill.” At least it’s clever. Now we just have to hope she chills when it comes to the constant age references.

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Kandi Burruss is all about getting that coin. She launches a new business (or three) every season. Of course her tagline is about money: “I count my blessings — and my checks!”

Eva Marcille’s tagline combined her America’s Next Top Model past with her new life as a Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member and a newlywed: “I live a model life, now I’m ready to be a top wife.”

Considering that Porsha Williams just got engaged and has a baby on the way, she could have given us a lot more with her tagline. Instead we have a thinly veiled reference to those rumors she spread about Kandi during Season 9: “I took a left turn but now, things are just right.”

The newest Housewife Shamari DeVoe may have the best tagline of them all: “I may be an open book, but that does not mean I am easily read.” Now I am very excited to “meet” Shamari when she makes her first appearance this season.


[Photo Credit: Alex Martinez/Bravo]