The RHOP Season 8 taglines have arrived, and boy, are they memorable. On October 25, the afternoon before its premiere, Bravo released the taglines for Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 13. Immediately, the taglines were met with criticism. For Bravo, releasing any batch of new taglines is a no-win situation.
Since a large part of any Housewives season is criticizing the decisions made on camera, fans take that straight from the get-go. With so many taglines appearing dishonest or over the top, they’re easy funnels for criticism.
Real Housewives of Potomac Season 8 has been no exception. Bravo put out the taglines just one day after RHOBH’s, perhaps to deflect the criticism there. If that was the goal, they succeeded. Fans latched onto the new RHOP catchphrases instantly, with mixed opinions abounding. See the ladies’ new tags below.
Are the RHOP Season 8 taglines cringe?
Gizelle Bryant kicked things off with, “I’m no angel. But gimme some grace, and you’ll learn to adore me.” Ashley Darby followed by saying, “You don’t have to dig for gold when you shine this bright.” Next up was Robyn Dixon who said, “I just took a DNA test, and it turns out, I one hundred percent don’t care.”
Meanwhile, Candiace Dillard Bassett sang the back half of her tagline, projecting, “When they go low, I just hit high notes.” Dr. Wendy Osefo came out swinging with, “If you’re going to test this professor, be prepared to fail.” She was followed by the new girl Nneka Ihim, who said, “Nigeria raised me, LA made me, and Potomac will remember me.”
Mia Thornton referenced her house and family by saying, “It doesn’t matter the size of our home. I’m always the queen of this castle.” Karen Huger closed things out with perhaps the most jaw-dropping tagline of the bunch: “I don’t ride the fence, honey. I am the fence. You ride me.”
Real Housewives of Potomac Season 8 premieres Sunday, November 5 at 8/7c on Bravo.
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