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'Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Stars Cynthia Bailey & Porsha Williams Reportedly Out For Next Season, Sheree Whitfield Set To Return

Sep. 16 2021, Published 8:19 p.m. ET

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There is about to be a big time shake up for The Real Housewives of Atlanta next season.

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According to Radar via reporter Anthony Dominic, longtime housewives Porsha Williams and Cynthia Bailey are out for the upcoming season 14 and Bravo has allegedly decided to bring back original cast member Shereé Whitfield.

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"I'm told Porsha is NOT returning," Dominic told the outlet while also revealing that Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore will be holding peaches when filming begins.

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Also back for the upcoming season will reportedly be Drew Sidora and fan favorite "friend of" Marlo Hampton.

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According to Dominic, fret not for Williams. The reporter claims that the former Dish Nation co-host has a spin-off series in the works that will center around her family and presumably her new fiancé Simon Guobadia, the ex-husband of her former 'RHOA' co-star Falynn Guobadia.

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This news comes as many current and past Atlanta housewives reunited for the late Gregg Leaks', husband of original housewife Nene Leaks. Moore, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Lisa Wu, Phaedra Parks, Marlo Hampton, Porsha Williams and Eva Marcille all came together to pay their respects to one of the original real house husbands.

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Moore told Entertainment Tonight about the emotional celebration of life, “I was there to support. Gregg never, ever treated me any differently whether I was feuding with NeNe or not. And for that, I respected him so much, and he was just a kind, gentle, caring, supportive man, and she was really lucky to have him."

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The mother-of-one called Nene's husband, who passed away after battling stage three colon cancer, "one of the nicest men [she] ever met in [her] life."

"I think it was everything [NeNe] probably wanted it to be because people were happy. Gregg would’ve wanted people to be happy because his life was so full and so beautiful and he was such a great person," Moore concluded.


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