Kenya Moore Returning to Real Housewives of Atlanta

Kenya Moore Returning to Real Housewives of Atlanta

Rumors and more rumors continue to cultivate around who will be holding a peach next season on “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

Well, remember when we told you that Shamari Devoe was demoted? It appears that news has surfaced that Kenya Moore is coming back and she will be taking Shamari’s place as a peach holder. Read on for more tea on Kenya Moore returning to Real Housewives of Atlanta


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A post shared by The Real Housewives of Atlanta (@therealhousewivesofatlanta) on has learned that the latest gossip is Bravo executives have been talking about Kenya Moore returning for season 12.

There’s a lot of rumors out there about who will be Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 12 Peach holders.

So far, we know that the peach holders are set to be Porsha, Marlo, NeNe, Cynthia, Kenya, Kandi and Tanya. Rumors are still swirling that Phaedra will be back, but we see her as a guest.

Porsha told Charlamagne that Bravo is asking all the housewives to start filming next season of the show early.

She believes that “It’s because of Kenya . . . she’s rejoining the cast.”

Yes, Kenya is returning for season 12.

Williams also thinks it might be the feud with NeNe Leakes.

Previous reports stated:

We spoke with one of Kenya’s friends and an exec at Bravo who both confirmed that Kenya will be returning to the show. Kenya’s friend explained, “At first it looked like it wasn’t going to happen [Kenya’s return], but everyone worked hard and made it happen.”

The Bravo executive confirmed what Kenya’s people told us. While the official cast for next season hasn’t yet been announced, our insider explained, “Yes Kenya will be back next season.”

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