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‘RHOA’ Cast Shakeup: Who’s In & Who’s Out As Fan Favorites Get Chopped!

RHOA’ Cast Shakeup NeNe Leakes & Cynthia Bailey Fired
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Apr. 9 2019, Updated 1:15 p.m. ET

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The peaches are falling in Atlanta!

As season 11 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta winds down has exclusively learned the future of the women on the show, including the status of NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey.

The new enemies, who went head to head on the reunion show that aired on April 7, found NeNe and Cynthia at war with each other, and their fate on the show is up the Bravo execs.

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“NeNe is coming back,” the show insider dished to “She’s had a rough season, but she is the one that Bravo wants.”

NeNe’s husband Gregg Leakes’ cancer battle took a toll on the couple, and she was fighting with everyone on the show, but her contract for the next season is confirmed.

“Unless NeNe decides on her own not to do the show, they will have her back and give her a raise,” the source snitched.

As previously reported, NeNe was making $2.75 million for RHOA season 11.

But Cynthia’s future on the show is less certain.

“Execs are still considering firing Cynthia and bringing Marlo Hampton on full time,” the insider spilled to about the possibility of her losing her peach.

Tanya Sam is a potential full-time replacement for Cynthia.

“She could get married and have a baby, and they would like that,” the source said about Tanya’s potential storyline.

Cynthia Bailey
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Marlo is a favorite of the network. “She stirs the pot,” the source told “She’s fun, and makes for great TV.”

One woman who is not coming back is ousted cast member Kenya Moore.

“The executives hate Kenya still, and they know that she was trying to capitalize on her free appearance for publicity when she showed up at Cynthia’s party,” the source revealed.

“Kenya is definitely never, ever, ever coming back.”



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