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Bravo Announces Shereé Whitfield's Return To 'The Real Housewives Of Atlanta,' Marlo Hampton To Be A Full-Time Cast Member For Season 14

Oct. 25 2021, Published 8:09 p.m. ET

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Season 14 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is set to be a wild one as former cast member Shereé Whitfield is set to rejoin the cast along with fan favorite "friend of" Marlo Hampton joining full-time.

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Bravo confirmed via their official Instagram on Monday, October 25, "IT'S OFFICIAL! @shereewhitfield is returning. @marlohampton got her 🍑 and #RHOA Season 14 is coming in HOT!"

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The 51-year-old original cast member will return after initially joining the show in it's premiere season in 2008 and staying for four seasons before departing the show in 2012. Whitfield returned in a friend role for season 8 before being bumped up to full-time status for seasons 9 and 10 before permanently departing in 2018.

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Hampton has been making small appearances on the show since season four, but this will be the style strategist's first season holding a peach.

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According to Variety, the two will also be joined by four-time Olympic Gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross along with returning cast members Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore and Drew Sidora.

As OK! previously reported, it was rumored this summer that the SHE by Shereé designer would come back to the show following the exits of longtime cast members Porsha Williams and Cynthia Bailey.

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The former basketball wife will undoubtedly have an interesting storyline as TMZ reported that Whitfield got back together with boyfriend Tyrone Gilliams, following his release from prison.

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"The positives of dating an incarcerated man, for me, is I really feel like I got to know him on a deeper level. A lot of times, relationships are built on physical, and a lot of times they don’t work," Whitfield told Page Six in 2018.

The reality star called the relationship "very unconventional and something new for me," and added, "People don’t take the time to get to know each other, or communicate, or talk. We do all of that. We don’t have anything else to do but communicate."

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