Black TV Watch: Kenya and Porsha Battle on 'Real Housewives'

The ladies from Atlanta found reasons to fight in Anguilla. Plus: Ciara, Kelly Rowland and others performed on VH1 Divas.

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Kenya Moore and Porsha Stewart of Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo)

(The Root) -- Some women are divas, some women are divas in the making and some women are just wannabes. It's all a matter of perspective.

Real Housewives of Atlanta (Sunday, 9 p.m. EST; Bravo)

"I'm still fabulous -- Gone With the Wind fabulous." --Kenya

"Kenya just went all sorts of cuckoo. I mean, really cuckoo." --NeNe

"You can kiss the blackest part of my behind." --Kenya

Highlights: Kenya, Kenya, Kenya.

She is definitely the most troublesome member of the little RHOA family.

First, she's disrespecting her boo, Walter, at every turn, even though she supposedly wants him to put a ring on it. Being unmarried makes her a bit envious of Peter and Cynthia's wedding-renewal ceremony, too.

Second, she gets in another fight with Porsha -- and they almost come to blows. During the course of the drama, Kenya reminds everyone that she is Gone With the Wind fabulous. And she twirls around in her dress.

We just want to know, has she seen Gone with the Wind? Does she realize the role of black women in it? Or women in general, for that matter? Because it was all pretty far from fabulous.

2012 VH1 Divas Concert (Sunday, 10 p.m. EST; VH1)

Highlights: The annual VH1 Divas concert aired on Sunday night. And it has truly become a team effort. Not only are most of the divas young performers in their prime, but some of them aren't even ladies. The celebs ranged from Jordin Sparks to Kelly Rowland and Ciara, from Pitbull to Bootsy Collins. It was a lot -- of people, of divaliciousness, of talent. The tribute to Whitney and Donna Summer was simply beautiful, though.

Celeste Little is an editorial intern at The Root.

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