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OK! Exclusive Video: Claudia Jordan And Demetria McKinney Talk Returning To RHOA’s Season 8 And Why The Show 'Is Going To Survive' Without NeNe Leakes

Sep. 21 2015, Updated 10:30 p.m. ET

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Claudia Jordan and Demetria McKinney had a standout debut during The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s seventh season. And while chatting with OKMagazine.com on Sept. 15 at OK!’s annual Runway Ready party at HAUS nightclub in New York City, the beauties dished on all that they’ve been up to since Season 7 came to an end several months ago.

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Jordan addressed the rumors about her status on the series while McKinney dished on her Kandi Burruss-produced debut album, Officially Yours, and if any of that process had been captured for RHOA’s cameras. McKinney also shared her thoughts on Kenya Moore’s rumored new boyfriend, Eugene Casciaro, and the drama surrounding the new couple!

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But Jordan and McKinney weren’t the only Georgia peaches in the building for the event. They were joined by the always fierce Marlo Hampton, who opened up to OKMagazine.com about her rumored return to RHOA as well!

Watch the video above for our full chat with Claudia, Demetria and Marlo at the NYFW party!

What do you think about The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s upcoming new season? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.

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