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Claudia Jordan Is Returning To RHOA, Filming With Season 8 Cast During Kenya Moore’s Hair Care Launch Party: Report

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Aug. 17 2015, Updated 9:37 p.m. ET

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Though it appeared Claudia Jordan’s days with The Real Housewives of Atlanta were up after her breakout debut on the show, the model and host appears to be gearing up for a triumphant return for the show’s upcoming Season 8!

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Claudia jordan returning rhoa mid season 8
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Jordan has kept fans questioning if she’ll be back on the RHOA after it was reported earlier in the summer that she had been fired from the show. She’s denied the firing talk, saying that she has yet to get any official word that she’s been booted from the show. And following the firing reports, Jordan has gone on to tease her now rumored return in several cryptic Instagram and Twitter posts as well!

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According to sources speaking to RadarOnline.com, Jordan’s fellow housewives Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks and Porsha Williams have been confirmed for Season 8. RHOA vet Shereé Whitfield is also said to have signed on for the new season.

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Jordan and her bestie Demetria McKinney have remained coy about their status on the show. But according to new reports, both of the ladies are fliming for RHOA during their appearance at the launch party for Moore’s hair care line on Monday night! This latest Housewives event comes a little over a week after the girls of RHOA came out for the launch of Bailey’s eyewear line on August 7.

Jordan was spotted with McKinney and Moore over the weekend while they all attend the Bronner Brother’s International Hair Show in Atlanta, Georgia. And Moore later sent fans buzzing when she shouted out several of RHOA's Season 7 cast members -- including Jordan and McKinney -- in a post to announce that her hair care line's launch party had been moved from Sunday to Monday night.

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Bailey and Jordan also appeared to hint at her return in an Instagram post on Jordan's page. In the short video clip she joked that her fans would be seeing her "around soon enough" after she missed the launch event for Bailey's eyewear line! 

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The official cast announcement for RHOA’s new season is expected to be released in the coming weeks. But the talk surrounding Jordan’s rumored appearance on the show for Moore’s event makes for yet another juicy twist to the Season 8 casting drama! Do you want Claudia to return for The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s eighth season? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.

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