“I’m not trying to be the mean girl,” says new cast member Kenya Moore, who was hired by the show’s producers to be the mean girl this season. You know the drill: every season on RHOA, the old “bitch” is rotated out and replaced by a new “bitch.”
We’ll see if former Miss USA Kenya Moore has the acting chops to pull off the role that NeNe Lekes made famous.
In the season premiere, former model Cynthia Bailey holds a JET Magazine model audition for her made-for-TV modeling agency that will hopefully stay in business longer than She By Sheree did.
Instead of Bailey checking Moore for being extremely rude to the auditioning models (since that wasn’t in the script), stylist Carlton steps forward to put Moore in her place (since that was in the script), which sparks the first of many bitch fights to come this season.
The entire scene was contrived and fabricated — like the previous seasons of RHOA. In other words, there’s nothing new to see here — just more bad acting and bad scripts that could have been written better by zoo monkeys.
I’m surprised that Real Housewives of Atlanta still has viewers — it has the distinction of being the most fake of all the TV reality shows. And that’s not good.
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