Why There's No Hope for the Real Housewives of Atlanta

Writing at Madame Noire, Brande Victorian is pessimistic about what's in store for the Real Housewives of Atlanta. And she's not talking about the next season of the show -- she's referring to the women themselves. 

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Writing at Madame Noire, Brande Victorian is pessimistic about what's in store for the Real Housewives of Atlanta. And she's talking not about the next season of the show but about the women themselves.

Looking at that headline some of you may be thinking, look who’s tardy for the party, and I can admit I am late to the fact that there is no hope for 99 percent of the women on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

Having watched season 4 off and on, it’s evident I was blindsided by a few moments of optimism because outside of some of the banter in South Africa I really felt like some of these women had gotten their act together—and then I watched part one of the RHOA reunion last night. I’m not sure if the ladies were working overtime to get those hundred thousand dollar bonuses they reportedly earn from appearing on the show or what, but the overall situation was just a complete mess, and here’s why. All this time, I thought that the women on the show were just evil, catty trolls who liked to start stuff, now I realize the problem isn’t that they’re mean, it’s that they’re delusional. Case in point: Sheree Whitfield.

Read Brande Victorian's entire piece at Madame Noire.

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