It’s been coming all season on The Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Cynthia Bailey’s nuptials to Mike Hill have finally arrived! Time to #Chill Out and enjoy the show! Things have been a bit contentious since the bachelorette party, but now it’s time to celebrate. Cynthia has finally found love again. That’s all that should matter right now. We’ve seen her evolution over the last decade, and we all know how much this moment means to her.
Kenya Moore & Porsha Williams are beefing right now, but let’s hope they can set it aside for this big day. There’s too much at stake for Cynthia to risk ruining her moment. Kenya’s finally figured out who slept with the stripper, so Porsha’s undoubtedly irritated by this. Also causing an issue right now is Kenya’s new alliance with Marlo Hampton. Porsha feels like it’s simply a friendship born out of convenience. It remains to be seen whether or not that’s true.
Before Real Housewives of Salt Lake City even started airing, we all knew that Mary Cosby married her step-grandfather, Robert Cosby Sr. We were all under the impression (because she told us) that her grandmother asked her to do so.
Mary became a First Lady of their church in addition to inheriting some restaurants, more homes than she can count, Chanel bags (that may or may not make her happy), and a bunch of throne-like chairs. Well, I don’t know if she inherited the chairs or if she just bought them with that church/restaurant money, but I’m just looking for a plausible explanation for her decor. The more Mary that I see, the more fascinated I am by her. In contrast, Real Housewives of Potomac star Gizelle Bryant doesn’t feel that way. She wants less Mary on Season 2.
Most of the time, these Bravo cast trips appear to be anything but fun. Sure, they’re getting paid to film and they’re getting a lot for free, but the “vacations” just seem so dramatic.
In addition to all of that, the Real Housewives of Atlanta cast seemed to be starving during the last episode. While they were all waiting for a chef to finish roasting a pig, Kenya ordered an individual meal for herself. Obviously, this bothered the cast members, who were already annoyed with Kenya before they even got to South Carolina. And, don’t even get me started on that bootleg attempt at a murder mystery.
For the FIRST time this season all of the wives and friends will be together. Full group scenes are coming on this episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. It may have taken eight episodes, but the moment’s finally here. Kenya Moore set the tone for the trip by arriving on a private jet and bringing her daughter. SHADY!
This will also be the first time Drew Sidora sees LaToya Ali since learning how she shaded her wig. In LaToya’s defense, the wig was a whole mess, but why is she spending so much energy shading her? They’ve met a total of one time, but LaToya couldn’t help herself. She’s a mini Kenya, and she might be just doing her mentor’s bidding by coming for Drew. What’s going to happen when Drew’s able to confront the insults face to face?
Welcome to another week of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta: Cynthia Bailey’s Wedding Edition. It’s starting to feel like this wedding is going to drag out all season. Between that and the lack of group scenes, this is a season on the verge of flopping. Thankfully Kenya Moore is working overtime to deliver the shade because if she wasn’t, what else would be going on? That’s a serious question. It’s cute that everyone is getting along, but SNOOZE.
Cynthia has a tall task ahead of her this week. She’s going to summon up the courage to tell her mother she’s inviting her alleged abusive father to her wedding. That’ll surely go over like a lead balloon. I’m sure her mother’s going to be thrilled with the prospect of seeing the man who hurt her so deeply at the wedding. It’s Cynthia’s big day, but is her mother going to find that to be a justifiable enough excuse?
Let’s breathe for a moment, and try to give this season of Real Housewives of Atlanta a chance. It’s not the most exciting season, nothing is really happening, but let’s have faith. We’ve seen a lot of Porsha Williams’ activism, but that’s really about it. There’s a brewing feud between Porsha and Kenya Moore. Hopefully that amps up the excitement factor of the season. GIVE US SOMETHING. ANYTHING.
These two have been carrying Real Housewives of Atlanta for many years, so they’ll be the ones to save it. Some of the last few seasons have been boring as well, but have StripperGate to look forward to! The other big topic of the group currently is the upcoming nuptials between Cynthia Bailey & Mike Hill. “CHILL” is taking over this season, and the wedding conversations and preparations are in every episode. 10/10/20 can’t come fast enough!
The new season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is finally picking up some steam! Porsha Williams is still on the frontlines of justice advocating against systemic racism. We LOVE to see it. However, back in the group, some early drama is starting to form. Drew Sidora made her debut last week, and she was immediately disliked by Kenya Moore. What did she do to get on Kenya’s bad side already? This feels premeditated.
The other new face on the scene is LaToya Ali, and she’s quite the thirsty thing. She doesn’t care for Drew, she’s becoming super fast friends with Kenya, and she has the weirdest marriage arrangement. Yup, she can stay. Fresh faces that make an impact is what this show needs, and it finally feels like we got just that. These girls have potential to be mainstays on the show for many years to come. Let’s see what they get into next!
This season feels like the perfect reset for The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Drew Sidora & LaToya Ali are the new additions this show desperately needed. We haven’t even seen them yet, but from the previews, it’s probably going to be a fun ride with them. How they fit in with the existing cast remains to be seen, but if they can bring their shade game, they’ll do just fine. Real Housewives of Atlanta is home to the shade QUEENS, so it’s a tall task.
Hopefully we see more of Porsha Williams fight against police brutality and systemic racism. Porsha’s transformation since her first season has been beautiful to watch. She’s made some missteps along the way, but this social justice crusader is the perfect iteration of her. This version of Porsha feels like she can accomplish anything. It’s so inspiring for her daughter. I do wish though that she was filming more with the other women.