It’s going down in the ATL!
Richards-Ross is a phenom on the track, primarily in the 400-meter sprint. She was the 2012 Olympic champion, 2009 world champion, 2008 Olympic bronze medalist, and 2005 world silver medalist in the sport.
Following a career-ending injury in 2016, the 36-year-old former athlete retired and joined NBC as a track and field analyst. She published her memoir, Chasing Grace: What the Quarter Mile has Taught Me about God and Life, a year later.
Richards-Ross isn’t the only new face the series will see, reporter Anthony Dominic spilled Bravo has allegedly decided to bring back original cast member Shereé Whitfield — who left after the fourth season.
Dominic noted “Porsha is NOT returning,” while also revealing that Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore will be holding peaches when filming begins. Also back for the upcoming season will be Drew Sidora and fan favorite "friend of" Marlo Hampton.
Williams is reportedly receiving her own spin-off series that will center around her family and presumably life with new fiancé Simon Guobadia — ex-hubby of her former RHOA co-star Falynn Guobadia.
The 40-year-old revealed she and Guobadia got engaged earlier this year after only dating for weeks.
“I know it’s fast but we are living life each day to its fullest. I choose happiness every morning and every night. Tuning out all negative energy and only focused on positive wishes,” the former Dish Nation host captioned a selfie of the two on Monday, May 10. “He makes me so happy and to me, that is what matters most,"