Kenya Talks About RHOA Cast Shake Up and The Ultimate Girl's Trip


Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore, 50, recently dished with ET (not the extra terrestrial) about the the Real Housewives of Atlanta. Typical Kenya, she played it cagey when asked about the rumored season 14 cast shake up. "There will definitely be cast shake up … some new faces, and some old faces not there.”. Speaking of new faces, hers definitely looks different to me … j/s.


Rumors are swirling, or should I say twirling that after 11 seasons, Cynthia Bailey is finally out. The lady herself addressed it on The Wendy Williams Show back in June. "Word on the street is I may be out of a job," the one time supermodel said. "Here's the thing, nobody really wants to be fired. I mean, my first job was Taco Bell. I wouldn't want to be fired from there. I would want the option to leave if I wanted to go. God's will, not my will, will be done. I have had an amazing run. It's been 11 amazing years as a consistent peach-holder."


The futures of phony social injustice protester rioter Porsha Williams and her obnoxious sidekick (TANya), Drew whoever, and the snotty one with the corn rows (Latoya Allah), futures on RHOA are reportedly hanging by a thread as well. Please let this be true! Unfortunately, Kandi all but confirmed her return to the show when speaking with ET earlier this summer.


Kenya continued, "I love the oldies but goodies, I love the 'OGs' as they call them", which immediately sparked speculation that original cast member Shit By Sheree Whitfield may be back as a “Housewife” for the third time. Kenya also hinted that sleazy lawyer turned fitness expert turned mortician, Phaedra Parks, might be back as well. "The fans love Phaedra," said Kenya. Really? She continued, "I don't think it would be a bad idea to have her back. I think it would be very interesting." Someone is hard up for a story line.


The former Miss USA 1993 also offered a few tidbits on the Real Housewife Ultimate Girl's Trip (now the official title) mashup that was shot in Turks & Caicos last Spring. Former? costar Cynthia Bailey is a part of the show, along with Kyle Richards, Ramona Singer, Luann de Lesseps, Melissa Gorga, and Teresa Giudice. "When I tell you, it was the best show that I've filmed," Kenya gushes. "Yeah, it is so good! It was so amazing filming it, different from anything I've ever experienced. The girls were outstanding. Like, it was just, like -- it was so, it was like a symphony, you know? It was just magic, everywhere you looked." "You had the top people," she continues, "but they were all interesting. What they brought to the table was different.


We broke the fourth wall a lot, so then they would reveal how they felt in this moment [from their respective shows], or what really happened. Or-- and it was just, like, pulling back that veil and seeing what it's really like to be a Housewife.". "There were a lot of battles happening," Kenya confesses. "No, seriously. Because you had seven women with these seven different personalities, and it was just like, we were in a home -- we were in a villa -- sequestered, basically. And long hours of work, and it's just like, bit attitudes, big egos, big hair. You know, it was just a lot of things happening … everything you need!". The mash up series streams on Peacock later this year.


But before the new season of RHOA and the mash up special airs, Kenya will be twirling for the mirror ball trophy on the 30th season of Dancing With the Stars, set to debut on Monday, Sept. 20.