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Real Housewives Of Atlanta Season 13 Taglines Are Here

Season 13 of Real Housewives of Atlanta needed to be a season of change. Last season was toxic and kept recycling the same storylines. In September, “OG” NeNe Leakes announced that she was leaving the show. But, with NeNe being NeNe, even her RHOA exit was filled with frantic drama.

NeNe alleged that she was forced off the show. And when rumors surfaced that Bravo snatched away her peach, NeNe insisted that she walked away from an unfair offer. Sure, NeNe. Eva Marcille also departed the franchise.

That means RHOA has some new faces for Season 13. Actress Drew Sidora, who appeared on Disney’s That’s So Raven, was awarded her very own peach. LaToya Ali is appearing as a Friend this season, but it seems like she is involved in plenty of drama.

We know from the Season 13 trailer that Tanya Sam and Marlo Hampton are returning as Friends once again. And while Cynthia Bailey’s wedding to Mike Hill wasn’t filmed by Bravo because of coronavirus concerns, her raucous bachelorette party was.

During the premiere, RHOA viewers watched Porsha protesting on the front lines for the Black Live Matter movement, even being arrested during a peaceful protest. We also saw an emotional Kenya Moore trying to decide what to do about her failing marriage to Marc Daly. Run, Kenya! Run!


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Now,  Entertainment Tonight is revealing the RHOA ladies’ taglines, and most of them don’t disappoint. Cynthia says, “I’ve been through the peaks and the valleys and now I’m head over Hills.” Oh, Cynthia. Her taglines are always about her relationship with Mike.

“I may be social distancing, but I’m here for social justice,” Porsha Williams states. I love this one! What an amazing journey Porsha has had since she first joined the show and wondered about the size of trains for the Underground Railroad.

Kenya’s tagline is, “If you don’t like my shade, then step out of my shadow!” That fits Kenya perfectly.


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“A little Kandi always helps sweeten the tea,” Kandi Burrruss says. This is my favorite tagline this season. We can always count on Kandi to serve us the hot tea.

Drew says, “I was in The Game, but now? I’m calling all the plays.” This is a reference to another show that Drew appeared on. It’s cute, but pretty vague.


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