In order to stay safe from the rain while on vacation in Florida, The Real Housewives of Atlanta found themselves staying indoors and organizing a friendly competition.
The housewives battled it out for who has the best fashion sense between Marlo Hampton and Tanya Sam, and the best runway walk between Eva Marcille and Cynthia Bailey. However, the most entertaining competition was the singing competition between Atlanta’s newest housewife, Shamari DeVoe and veteran housewife Kandi Burruss.
Both ladies come from a music background. DeVoe was once the lead singer of the R&B girl group Blaque in the late ’90s, while Burruss comes from the R&B vocal quartet Xscape. However, while DeVoe took the ladies to church with her soulful performance of “His Eye Is on the Sparrow,” Burruss went off on her own little riff and let’s just say the vote for DeVoe was unanimous.
Viewers took to Twitter to shade Burruss:
— Tonya McCoy (@Tonya_Mc201) December 24, 2018
I will always choose anyone singing over Kandi cause I can’t stand Kandi’s shaky ass voice #RHOA
— The Miseducation of… (@jnell_stclair) December 24, 2018
This is the best episode of RHOA this season. Tanya with the fashions, The Cynthia Bailey with the veteran walk, and Shamari showing us once again that Kandi can’t sing! Bravo Ladies! #rhoa
— J. Bell (@JayBella13) December 24, 2018
— Queen A 🇰🇳 (@AliceaTheGreat) December 24, 2018
However, while Burruss may be getting the heat from Twitter, it was DeVoe who was getting the heat from fellow housewife Hampton, when the truth came out at dinner later that night. “You only won because you sung a religious song. OK, sweetheart? Your voice is awful,” Hampton told DeVoe, who clapped back, “I done sold over 5 million records, honey. You can Google me back to the 19’s, honey. I was a A-list when you was alias.” Burn!
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