After last year’s infamous, bizarre mid-reunion unraveling, Phaedra Parks is nowhere to be seen in the trailer for this season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. No matter. Making up for her absence, two of the show’s original cast members—Kim Zolciak-Biermann, and Nene Leakes in her precarious wigs—have returned to…
When Ludwig van Beethoven completed his Fifth Symphony, he turned to his dear friend at the time, Stephan von Breuning, shrugged, and said, “Who gon’ check me, boo?” Thus the legend of “Who gon’ check me, boo?” began. That story is completely fabricated, but there are at least two people in the world who would believe…
The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion this season will roll out in four parts—a first for the franchise—which means FOUR entire episodes of people hashing out their issues, lying, issuing non-apologies and trying to come up with the best comebacks while wearing bizarrely elegant gowns.
The lesbian storyline that was teased early on in this season of Real Housewives of Atlanta reached its messy peak in Sunday night’s episode and, of course, a lot of it barely makes sense. With so many rumors flying, it’s easy to get lost in who did what and why, so here I am to sort through this nonsensical web of…
Last night, we once again got to feel the secondhand awfulness of divorce on reality TV. Sunday’s Real Housewives of Atlanta captured the awkward and strange sense of detachment divorce breeds in a meeting scene between cast member Cynthia Bailey and her soon to be ex-husband Peter Thomas.
They got to Claudia Jordan, folks.
Kim Fields cannot handle another season of the bullshit that comes with being on Real Housewives of Atlanta. So after just one season, she’s leaving (leaving) on a midnight train to Georgia. She says she’s going back (going back to find) a simpler place and time.
Model Amiyah Scott was supposed to appear on Real Housewives of Atlanta as the first transgender cast member in the Bravo franchise, but there’s been a setback.
In Sunday night’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, we learned that Tootie is not built for reality TV. “I don’t get all of this,” says Kim Fields, summarizing the experience perfectly.
You know how meeting your significant other’s family and friends for the first time can be super stressful? On Sunday night’s Real Housewives of Atlanta, cast member Porsha Stewart felt the best way to ease her boyfriend of one or so months, Duke, into her life was to throw a surprise party to introduce him to…
Kim Fields—the actress better known as Tootie from Facts of Life or Regine from Living Single—has willingly entered the shady inner circle of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Here she is in the trailer for Season 8, looking appropriately bewildered: “Are we grown ass women talking like this?”
Transgender model Amiyah Scott is reportedly the newest castmember on Real Housewives of Atlanta.
The most beloved and hated star of Real Housewives of Atlanta is finally leaving the reality show that made her very rich, bitch. Bloop! Bye!
Dress rehearsals: nice and cute and a good way to get pepped for the big show in theory, but not necessary if you’re one Mariah Carey, who blew off the final rehearsal scheduled before tonight’s Billboard Music Awards.
Advertisements co-opting the "Black Lives Matter" movement in order to promote Bravo's Real Housewives of Atlanta were recently seen around Atlanta. The flyers include a photo of the cast members with the phrase: "Black Wives Matter."
Season 7 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta premieres this Sunday, which means we'll be treated to a new set of taglines for the opening sequence. Let's judge them.
NeNe Leakes scorched fashion ground by defiling a wildly expensive Hermès Birkin Bag with — wait for it — Real Housewives of Atlanta catchphrases like "Bloop." The reality star-cum-sorta-actress posted an image of the monstrosity last week, igniting this week's war of words between she and talk show host Wendy…
Even if you don't watch Real Housewives of Atlanta, you've probably seen the clip of the fight that happened last night on the reunion special. Two women in evening gowns faced off, there was hair-pulling, both ended up on the floor, and one woman was carried, cradled like a child, off of the set.
Being part of the Real Housewives franchise gives women the opportunity to promote their various products, land book deals, and, weirdly, launch music careers. However, that doesn't mean that they can sing, as evidenced by these raw moments, captured on camera, in which they're laying down vocal tracks in the booth,…