Kim Zolciak-Biermann made some outrageous claims about racism during the Season 10 reunion of "Real Housewives of Atlanta." "This whole racism thing, in this day and age, is bulls***."
During the "RHOA" reunion, Kenya Moore's awkward revelation that she's pregnant with her first child got a confused response.
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” picked up right where it left off last week, in the middle of a heated fight between Kenya Moore and Kim Zolciak-Biermann.
RHOA's Kenya Moore Mourns the Loss of Grandmother Who Raised Her From Birth: 'Thank You For Loving Me'
Kim Zolciak and her kids headed to Turks and Caicos for a very long family vacation, which included a renewal of her vows with Kroy Biermann.
It was an emotional reunion on The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Reunion Part 2) as Sherée Whitfield opened up about her abusive ex-husband, Bob Whitfield.
Eyewear entrepreneur Cynthia Bailey hosted a customer appreciation party for her eyewear line on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Sunday night. And as per usual with the Housewives of the Peach State, every social engagement affords an opportunity to throw some shade. First, Cynthia told guests Kim Fields and Kenya Moore that she needed to make a commercial for her line, hinting that they would be right for the job of director and producer. ...
On The Real Housewives of Atlanta, the ladies took a little girls’ trip to Miami, where they were soon embroiled in a discussion about who would sleep where. Most agreed that pregnant Khandi should get the master bedroom, since she was “sleeping for two” — and that was where the harmony ended. Kim Fields suggested that the pecking order should put the most famous friend, aka her, at the top, while others thought that time on the show should move them higher up the list. Many were surprised to see Porsha’s friend Shamea already at the house when they arrived. ...
On Sunday night, The Real Housewives of Atlanta gave a near perfect lesson in throwing shade. If you’re unfamiliar with this common social construct, Urban Dictionary defines it as “to talk trash about a friend or (sic) aquaintance, to publicly denounce or disrespect.” When Kenya invites the ladies for cocktails and pedicures on her boat, Porsha brings along her friend Shamea, who, if you remember, threw a little shade at Kenya back at her product launch. Once shade is thrown in Atlanta, it is not forgotten, because Shamea’s impromptu arrival on the boat was not welcome by Kenya, who, through a gritted, if pearly, smile, told Porsha, “Oh yeah, cause usually if you’re invited, you don’t invite other people.” Shamea was not about to catch that shade Kenya was throwing, and attempted to throw her own shade back, which sat less well with Kenya than her being there in the first place. Kenya pulled rank, whipping back with “You don’t come for the queen, honey.