Bravo has made their lineup for the seventh season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” clear, and while there were no earth-shattering changes, there are still a couple here that will draw headlines.
For one, Porsha Williams has been downgraded from a regular cast member to recurring, which means that you will see at least some of her journey moving forward as she looks to take on a new profession. Meanwhile, Kenya Moore is still a regular, and we probably would have looked at getting rid of both of them over the fight that they had at the reunion show. We know that the show loves drama, but that was ultimately a little much.
So who will be joining the show now in her place? That would be former “Deal or No Deal” model and two-time “Celebrity Apprentice” cast member Claudia Jordan, who we know is capable of bringing some serious drama to the table. We’re sure that she will do just fine as a part of the series, and hopefully, she will bring a different dimension than what we are getting from some of the other ladies. Another woman in Demetria McKinney will also appear in a recurring role, which is similar to what Williams has. The appeal here is that if her story connects with viewers, the chances are good that she could eventually land a bigger role on a future season.
This show is one of Bravo’s highest-rated editions of the franchise, and it is going to premiere come Sunday, November 9 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time.
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