The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies are the most popular ones in the whole franchise, but RadarOnline.com exclusively learned that there were big changes coming to Peachtree City. From Kenya Moore’s ousting to bringing back an old nemesis, the RHOA cast shakeup was in the works with Bravo yielding an unforgiving axe. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to find out who got chopped and who was coming back again to fight another day.
Kenya Moore was gone. “Kenya would have to do something really amazing to stay on the show,” the insider spilled to RadarOnline.com. “The producers don’t believe a word out of her mouth and since she’s not letting them film any part of her life with her husband she’s out.”
The search was on for a new lady but there was one BIG requirement. “The next woman has to be married,” the source snitched. “She absolutely has to have a husband. And they can’t be about to get divorced, she needs to be an actual housewife!”
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Cynthia Bailey was welcomed back. “Everyone likes Cynthia so she should be back again.”
Kim Zolciak was coming back! “Kim is going to be offered a full time Housewife position again for the next season,” the source explained. “She had a good storyline and it is time for her to be back on.”
Kandi Burruss was safe. “Kandi is a superstar,” the insider dished. “She is the one with a real job, a real marriage and the producers love her, so they will reup her contract for the next season.”
Porsha Williams could count on another season. “Porsha is popular. Bravo knows that so they’re planning on bringing her back,” the source said. What do you think about the cast shakeups for ‘RHOA?’ Sound off in comments below. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.