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.
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.
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey finally tied the knot with Mike Hill on 10/10/2020. But no one is buzzing about Cynthia’s nuptials. They are talking about her bachelorette party.
The rowdy festivities were held at a house in Charleston, South Carolina. Of course, a male stripper was there to perform for the RHOA peaches.
This is set to be the most monumental season of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta. From the pandemic to the focus on Black Lives Matter, and of course StripperGate, it’s going to be SO JUICY. Our favorite peaches always deliver no matter what. Porsha Williams has ascended to her spot as the new Queen Of ATL with her protesting against police brutality. Who knew she had it in her? That’s what we call a personal glow up.
While some might find it boring, the emphasis on the personal storylines is the reset this show needed. Last season was toxic because of the feud between Kenya Moore and NeNe Leakes. With the exit of the latter woman, we can finally recalibrate and have a great season again. Plus, these are the real issues going on in the world. It’s fascinating to be able to view them in this lens.
Rut-roh. We might need Shaggy and the Gang to come help solve a big mystery. A LOT will be happening on Real Housewives of Atlanta and the holidays are starting early. The ladies will be back to grace us with their presence on December 6, and it will be a season like no other. Moving on without NeNe Leakes, we will watch protests, pandemics, and… STRIPPERGATE.
Thanks to Cynthia Bailey and her escalando bachelorette party, RHOA fans will be seeing many body parts and trying to figure out who they belong to. Tanya Sam and Porsha Williams are the names most involved regarding who did what with a stripper. The gentleman in question denies anything happened, and so does Tanya. But the lady doth protest too much, methinks. If nothing happened and no fiancés were cheated on, it’s normal SOP to
lie, lie, and deny keep calm and carry on. It seems in this case, instead of carrying on, Tanya has carried herself off of the show.
During the last episode of Real Housewives of Potomac, Robyn Dixon told Gizelle Bryant she’s not going to include photos of Karen Huger on her website,
where she’s selling tacky hates to pay off her tax debts.
She claimed that Karen’s photo isn’t as good as the others’. So, why didn’t she take a glance at the camera throughout the photo shoot to check on how things were going? Why doesn’t she invite Karen to do a re-take? Why doesn’t she just realize that having Karen on the website is going to help her
pay off her debts sell these hats? And, why did she and Gizelle have to be so cruel (yet again) making fun of Karen’s age? It’s not kind and it’s not even clever. Do better, green-eyed bandits.
Following the news that Real Housewives of Atlanta has halted production after a member of production contracted coronavirus, Porsha Williams revealed that she was recently hospitalized.
At this point, it’s unclear why Porsha was in the hospital.
We already got a trailer for Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 13. The new episodes start on December 6. We all knew Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, and Porsha Williams are returning as full-time cast members. NeNe Leakes and Eva Marcille are out (although Eva is a bridesmaid in Cynthia’s wedding). Drew Sidora is a full-time cast member and there are a bunch of other “Friends of the Housewives.
How are they not done filming this season yet? Is it that good that they just can’t put the cameras down? Or are they not getting good enough footage so they’re hoping for more? Well, apparently, production is still going. And, no, I’m not just referring to the post-principle shooting confessional interviews. Apparently, they’re still hosting all-cast events at this point, less than a month before the season starts airing. However, they recently paused production.